Antelope Canyon Kayak Tour
Antelope Canyon is one of the most infamous canyons on Lake Powell and is our original half day tour. This tour does not include a hike, if you wanted a tour with a hike, please look at these timeslots: Antelope Canyon Hike and Kayak Tour. Taking in the breathtaking views of this one of a kind place! The areas you'll visit are stunning and this portion of Antelope Canyon has far fewer crowds compared to the Upper Antelope Canyon, where the large groups go. Antelope Lower Canyon still has all the same beauty and slot canyon winds and bends of the upper Antelope Canyon tours but also boasts unique views from the canyon kayaking. Come with us and see for yourself, Antelope Slot Canyon's hidden gem!
There are three portions of the Antelope Canyon, and this is the only part you can explore by water! After the water ends we will explore some on foot before returning to our kayaks.
This 2.5 hour kayak tour starts from Antelope Point Public launch ramp, uses kayaks to cruise under the deep canyon walls of Antelope Canyon to the very end. This portion of the canyon is the lowest and northernmost piece of this magical canyon that is flooded by the waters of Lake Powell which allows us the opportunity to experience its grandeur by kayak.
Price: $100 per person, $80 per child (5 - 13 years old) (prices do not include gratuity for tour guides)
Scheduled Meeting Time:
- 12:15pm Arizona Time
- All times are stated as Arizona Time, which is the same as Pacific Time unless you are visiting from early November to mid March
Meeting Location: We’ll meet in the parking area at the Antelope Canyon Public Launch Ramp. Direction will be in your confirmation email
Expected Distance Paddled and Requirements:
- The paddling is typically 5 miles(10km) roundtrip, but it depends on the water level of the lake.
- Wavy conditions can happen on the 2nd half of this tour.
- While the tour itself is suitable for all levels of physical fitness, access into the lake is somewhat difficult due to the historically low water levels. Those with difficulty decending stairs may need to look into other options.
- It is required that participants have enough upper body strength to re-enter a capsized kayak with assistance from the tour guide, this is especially important in the spring when the water is cold. The route is along steep canyon walls so getting out of the water on shore is usually very difficult.
- All experience levels from beginner to advanced will have a great time on our trips.
- Double kayaks will be used on all trips
- Sit-on-top kayaks are used for this tour.
- Your feet will get wet, sandy, and possibly muddy on this tour. There is some muck at the end of the canyon where you get out of the kayaks. Wear shoes or sport 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 morning rain is in the forecast, which is generally very uncommon, the tour may be shortened by the guide for safety reasons.
- There are simple bathroom facilities at the parking lot. Dry Bags available for rent upon availability.
- Tour includes all kayak equipment and dry bags to store valuables.
- Are you a solo paddler? You may join an existing tour!
- All vehicles entering the Glen Canyon are subject to a $30 entrance fee. National Park Annual Passes are accepted. Please visit the National Park Service’s website for more information.
Please make reservations Online, if you need help give us a Call 928-660-0778.
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