Antelope Canyon

Over the years we have visited Antelope Canyon several times. It is a magical experience, even in the summer when the crowds of people create pandemonium in the confined slot canyon spaces.

Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons are slot canyons near Page, Arizona. Antelope Wash flows through the Navajo Nation on its way to Lake Powell, near the Glen Canyon Dam. "Flows" may not be the best term as the wash is usually dry. When it is not dry, it is often in a flash flood, complete with raging torrents of water, dirt, rocks, uprooted trees, and sundry debris picked up by the desert rain. 

Stay away if there is rain in the forecast anywhere in the surrounding area. People have been killed in flash floods in these canyons.

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Catalog

 
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Candlestick

Upper Antelope Canyon -  Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park - Page, Arizona - USA

 
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Antelope Canyon

Lower Antelope Canyon -  Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park - Page, Arizona - USA

 

 
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Pillars

Eroded formations in the Navajo sandstone of the slot canyon - Upper Antelope Canyon -  Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park - Page, Arizona - USA

 
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Turrets

Lower Antelope Canyon -  Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park - Page, Arizona - USA

 
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Crescent Gateway

Lower Antelope Canyon -  Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park - Page, Arizona - USA

 
 
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Passage

Gold's Gym sign on the Milwaukee RiverWalk next to the Milwaukee River - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - USA

 
 
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Color Wave

Lower Antelope Canyon -  Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park - Page, Arizona - USA

 
 
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Candlestick

Upper Antelope Canyon -  Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park - Page, Arizona - USA

 
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Eagle's Eye

Lower Antelope Canyon -  Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park - Page, Arizona - USA

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