Lower Antelope Canyon | Travel

Between the Canyon Walls The Lower Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona has been on my travel bucket list for many years. While planning my road trip from Arizona to Maryland, I made Page the first stop! I must say, my visit to this small town was spectacular. Between Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell and the slot canyons, I found myself squeezing in as much as I could during my two days in town.

Lower Antelope Canyon Walls

The Lower Antelope Canyon is only accessible through a tour guide service in Page, Arizona. At the time of my visit, the company did not take reservations, offering tours and photographer passes on a first-come, first-served basis. The photographer's pass allowed me two full hours in the slot canyon on a self guided tour.

Narrow Passageway

Visiting and spending time alone in the Lower Antelope Canyon was truly amazing. I often found myself running my fingers along the walls because I had trouble believing they were real! The dynamic color of the sandstone depending on the amount and direction of the light was truly beautiful. I plan to go back someday to soak in the views at least one more time!

Lower Antelope Canyon Arch

Tour Information

Ken's Tours - Ken's Tours is the exclusive guide service for the Lower Antelope Canyon. They are open seven days a week, all year long, weather permitting. The summer hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (March-November) and the winter hours are 9:00 am to 3:00 pm (November-February). They have a standard group tour rate as well as a photographer's rate. To purchase the photographer's pass, you must have a tripod and a medium or large format SLR camera. I recommend checking their website for current rates and hours.

Have you visited the Lower Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona? If so, I would love to hear about your experience!