Antelope Canyon

#1 of 1 trails in Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park

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Antelope Canyon is the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona.

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Carmen Wilson (749)

53 Completed26 Reviews

Breathtaking beauty! Too crowded, but what can you do?

Michele Whisenhunt (746)

36 Completed34 Reviews

Really cool and interesting location! Loved it.

kate waterman (834)

46 Completed18 Reviews

amazing. do this. (and hopefully you will get a moment in the canyon all to yourself like I did!)

Yumi Iwasaki (83)

38 Completed1 Reviews

Absolutely stunning!

Christina Ross (271)

47 Completed7 Reviews

Breathtaking.

kate waterman (834)

46 Completed18 Reviews

Scatter my ashes here

Mari Jane (636)

25 Completed14 Reviews

Absolutely stunning, a must see We made a trip out here especially for this and to see Horseshoe Bend (which is very near). Gets quite hot in the summer but the canyon remains cool. Make sure you go outside of when this place gets flash floods and get a good tour group, I believe we had Navajo Trails.

Celia Yang (138)

27 Completed7 Reviews

Easy, scenic route. It's on Navajo land so you HAVE to get a guide to take you through. The Upper Antelope Canyon has the sun beams coming through and is shaped more like an upside down "V" whereas the Lower Antelope Canyon is shaped like a "V" and thus has more stunning views with the sun shinning on the sandstone. I heard Lower Antelope Canyon is less crowded, but I went during Memorial Day weekend so both were crowded! Although no reservations needed.

Ruth Weniger (71)

9 Completed1 Reviews

No other word comes close...magnificent!

Jessica G (265)

10 Completed9 Reviews

Very worth it.

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