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Antelope Canyon
Guided tours of the world-famous slot canyon

Grab your camera and walking shoes. Antelope Canyon You're heading to one of the most visually fascinating geologic features in the West - Antelope Canyon. You'll step out of the desert into an amazing fantasy world of stone and light. Rich colors and eerie incandescence engulf you as you wander through this amazing maze.

Located a few miles east of Page, at milepost 299 on SR 98, Antelope Canyon on the Navajo Reservation is the most photographed slot canyon in northern Arizona. Over thousands of years, wind and water have scoured a narrow crevice in the mesa to form a slot canyon in two sections.

Antelope Canyon

Upper Antelope Canyon measures a quarter mile long and 130 feet deep. It is reached by traveling 3 mile dry sandy wash that runs south from SR 98. Once at the entrance, it's an easy stroll through the upper chamber which is fairly level. Lower Antelope runs north from SR 98 toward Lake Powell. Access requires climbing down and up ladders bolted to the canyon walls. Access here is through a gated entrance monitored by the Navajo Nation. Visitors must be escorted by a licensed tour guide.

Best light is at midday from May to August however the canyon offers an equally compelling experience in early morning and late evening and during the Fall and Winter months - as you may experience a quiet found rarely on the earth today.

Though advance reservations not necessary, it is good to plan in advance for large parties. We can help you online or through our concierge at Day's Inn. Be aware that tours are not permitted during, and immediately after inclement weather.

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