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Antelope Canyon
 Tours (Hike & Kayak Tours)

Price: $120 Per Adult

$110 per child (7 and under)

WELCOME to our Antelope Canyon Tours, and prepare for your next adventure in the great outdoors! Our Antelope Canyon tour offers an exciting way to explore the natural wonder of the world-famous slot canyon. We offer tours at various times throughout the day to accommodate your busy schedule.

Lake Powell Antelope Canyon Tours:

Our Lake Powell Antelope Canyon tour provides the perfect opportunity to experience the beauty of this stunning destination with a combined Hiking and Kayak tour through Antelope Canyon's narrow glowing red sandstone walls, and spectacular light beams make it one of the most iconic attractions in the area. Our tours take you through this natural wonder, providing a unique perspective on its beauty.

Hiking Antelope Canyon:

Our Antelope Canyon tour hiking portion is a great way to explore the area up close and personal! Our knowledgeable guides will take you on a relaxing hike through the winding Lower Antelope Canyon, providing insights into its history and geology. Located in Page, Arizona, the canyon is renowned for its breathtaking red, orange, and purple hues.

As you embark on the hike, you'll feel like you've entered a different world, surrounded by towering walls sculpted by thousands of years of wind and water erosion. The trail is available for all levels of hikers, with some steep stairs and uneven surfaces, but the effort is well worth it for the incredible views and photo opportunities.

A guided tour ensures you get all the canyon's highlights and learn about this natural wonder's history and geology. Our Lower Antelope Canyon tours are an unforgettable experience that will leave you humbled by nature's power and beauty.

Kayaking Antelope Canyon:

Kayaking through Antelope Canyon is a remarkable experience in its own right. You'll paddle through the narrow towering walls of the canyon, taking in the stunning scenery from the water. Our guides will lead you through the twists and turns of the canyon, providing an unforgettable experience you will remember.

In conclusion, our Lake Powell Antelope Canyon Tour offers the perfect way to experience the natural beauty of the Antelope Canyon from both the water and land. With our range of tour times, we're sure to have an option perfect for you.

Book your tour today and get ready to explore the beauty of Antelope Canyon and Lake Powell!

 

Scheduled Meeting Times:

  •   8:30 am - 12:30 pm Arizona Time

  •   10:30 pm - 2:30 pm Arizona Time

  •    1:30 pm - 5:30 pm Arizona Time

 

All times are stated as Arizona Time, the same as Pacific Time, unless you visit from early November to mid-March.

 

Meeting Location:

  • We’ll meet in the parking area at the Antelope Canyon Public Launch Ramp. Directions will be in your confirmation email.

 

Expected Distance Paddled and Requirements:

  • The Antelope Canyon Hike typically takes a 1-hour round trip (depending on the lake's water level) and is approximately a total distance of 1 mile (1.6km). Hiking Antelope Canyon is a mixture of rock and sand and is very flat. There will be ample opportunities to rest and take photos.

  • The paddling is typically 5 miles (10km) round-trip (depending on the water level).

  • Wavy conditions are possible on the 2nd half of this tour.

  • This tour is suitable for those with all levels of physical fitness.

  • Participants must have enough upper body strength to re-enter a capsized kayak with assistance from our tour guides; this is especially important in the spring and late fall when the water is cold. The route is along steep canyon walls, so getting out of the water on shore is usually very difficult.

 

Details:

  • All experience levels, from beginner to advanced, will have a great time on our trips.

  • We'll use double kayaks on all trips.

  • This tour utilizes sit-on-top kayaks.

  • On this tour, your feet will get wet, sandy, and possibly muddy. There is some muck at the canyon's end, where you get out of the kayaks. Wear shoes or sports sandals. You can get wet.

  • From June-October, tours include time for a swim.

  • During July through mid-September, the possibility of flash floods exists. If the forecast predicts morning rain, which is generally very uncommon, the guide may shorten the hiking portion of the tour for safety reasons.

  • There are simple bathroom facilities in the parking lot. Dry Bags are available for rent upon availability.

  • The tour includes all kayak equipment and dry bags to store valuables. 

  • Are you a solo paddler? You may join an existing tour!

 

All Glen Canyon vehicles are subject to a $30 entrance fee. National Park Annual Passes are accepted. Please visit the National Park Service's website for more information.

(*prices do not include gratuity for tour guides)

Antelope Canyon tours

Lower Antelope Canyon Kayak Discovery Tour

Price: Summer Special

$85 Per Person

Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? Look no further than our Kayak Discovery Tour through the famous Lower Antelope Canyon! Our expert guides will lead you on a journey that will take your breath away as you explore the massive stunning Red Rock Cliffs and the natural beauty of Antelope Canyon from the water. Get ready to paddle through serene coves and under winding cliff walls, with amazing views at every turn.

But that's not all – we design our tours to be fun and adventurous, offering something for everyone. Whether you're an experienced kayaker or a first-time paddler, our guides will ensure you have the time of your life. So grab your paddle, strap on your life vest, and let's hit the water!

With our kayak tours, you'll get up close and personal with the natural wonders of Lake Powell and Antelope Canyon, from hidden coves to majestic wildlife. Our guides are experts in the local area and on the water, and they love sharing their knowledge with our guests. You'll learn about the history, geology, and ecology of the Canyon and Lake as you paddle, making your tour both educational and exciting.

Don't miss out on this unforgettable experience – book your kayak tour with us today! We guarantee you'll have a blast and make memories that will last a lifetime. So what are you waiting for? Let's get paddling!

Daily Scheduled Meeting Times:

  •   8:30 am - 11:00 am Arizona Time

  •    1:00 pm - 3:30 pm Arizona Time

Tour Length is 2.5 hours

 

All times are stated as Arizona Time, the same as Pacific Time, unless you visit from early November to mid-March.

 

Meeting Location:

  • We’ll meet in the parking area at the Antelope Canyon Public Launch Ramp. Directions will be in your confirmation email.

 

Expected Distance Paddled and Requirements:​

  • The Antelope Slot Canyon tours paddling is typically 4 miles (6.44km) round-trip.

  • Wavy conditions are possible on the 2nd half of this tour.

  • This tour is suitable for those with all levels of physical fitness.

  • Participants must possess sufficient upper body strength to re-enter a capsized kayak with assistance from our tour guides. This requirement is especially crucial during the spring and late fall when the water is cold. The route is along steep canyon walls, so getting out of the water on shore is usually very difficult.

 

Details:

  • All experience levels, from beginner to advanced, will have a great time on our trips.

  • We will use double kayaks on all trips.

  • We use sit-on-top kayaks for this tour.

  • On this tour, your feet will get wet, sandy, and possibly muddy. Wear shoes or sports sandals. You can get wet.

  • From June-October, tours may include time for a swim.

  • There are simple bathroom facilities in the parking lot. Dry Bags are available for rent upon availability.

  • The tour includes all kayak equipment and dry bags to store valuables. 

  • Are you a solo paddler? You may join an existing tour!

 

All Glen Canyon vehicles are subject to a $30 entrance fee. National Park Annual Passes are accepted. Please visit the National Park Service’s website for more information.

(*prices do not include gratuity for tour guides)

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