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Review of Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon
Ranked #5 of 58 things to do in Page
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Located near Lake Powell, this "slot" canyon is considered sacred by the Navajo.
Reviewed 15 February 2018 via mobile

This canyon definitely worthy it! You need to attend the tour to go in, most of the regular tours cost 40$ , abt 1.5 hours.
You will see the waves and colors changes with the sun light . so glad I made this trip happen !

1  Thank Amy C
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Reviewed 14 February 2018 via mobile

We've been talking about visiting for years and we're a bit skeptical of the $58 price tag, unsure of the tour company and worried about the overcast sky adversely impacting the experience. None were an issue. We recommend it. We went with Nate from Antelope Slot Canyon Tours and have to believe we were luckier than most only because he gave us such an excellent tour with extensive information about the geology, natural development and characteristics of the stone. He is also apparently a photography guide (although he guided our 'non-photographic' tour) and offered excellent tips to the attendees.

Thank Yankanuk
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Reviewed 12 February 2018

A must see. There is no climbing involved in this canyon compared to Lower Antelope but the mystical beauty remains. It’s a bit of a Jeep ride with a your group to get out there. Only bring what you need as there are some tight spots.

Thank Penpal_55
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Reviewed 11 February 2018 via mobile

awesome view. can't be found elsewhere. the travel to underground abode is so worth it. found in page arizona. you need a tour guide to go below and not get lost.

Thank Claren L
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Reviewed 11 February 2018

I suspect there are no bad tours of the slot canyons in Page (noting that there is no option to see them at all without a guide), but we really felt the benefits of the 'Adventurous Antelope' tour for the following reason. The Upper and Lower Antelope canyons are beautiful, and you should definitely see one of them. But they can be very crowded - both in terms of the queue to get in when you arrive, and the fact that you'll far from ever get to feel alone when you're in them. It's more like a conveyer belt of people moving through them at any one time. That's not awful, as you spend a lot of time looking up (the walls and a lot of the things you want to look at tower well above you), but it's not ideal. What we got for going with 'Adventurous Antelope' was to see Upper Antelope Canyon plus three PRIVATE slot canyons where our group of 10 were the only people in them (in December). That was awesome. 'Adventurous Antelope' is the only company that has access to Owl, Rattlesnake and Mountain Sheep canyons - all of which are variations on a theme but beautiful! Owl Canyon had (clue's in the title) Great Grey owls roosting in it (see photo) and we had to climb ladders to change levels within these canyons (nothing challenging) which were such fun to pass through. Our guide was fab and, while you can pay for specific photo tours where you're allowed tripods and given instruction - we didn't do this and still got loads of helpful advice on how to take photos, with the guide even taking some for us. Our phones were great for taking photos, even though we had digital SLRs with us. You just need to change the light setting on your phone to 'Cloudy' to warm the photos up and ensure the rock looks orange (as you see it), not dull brown. All the photos where you can see ground/sand or a ladder or us in it, are pictures of the private canyons. The rest are Upper Antelope, where I am shooting pictures of the rocks above us. It's too dark to shoot pictures of the ground level in most of Upper Antelope. All the action is above you.
ALL the canyons are other-wordly beautiful, and the shapes, twists and turns created by wind and water are fascinating. You can hardly fail to be blown away by them.
If you're even thinking about going, do it. Any tour of Upper and/or Lower Antelope would be great (I personally preferred Upper), but if you can afford a little more time and money, the private canyons 'Adventurous Antelope' took us to were well, well worth the money for a different and less hurried/crowded experience.

5  Thank Jo M
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