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Alley Keosheyan

With 20+ years in the tourism industry in Northern Arizona, including 7 years at Grand Canyon South Rim and 15 years at Lake Powell, Alley has taken part in virtually every commercial tour there is! She has ridden the Grand Canyon mules, hiked rim to rim, rafted the rapids of the Colorado River (and the smooth bits, too), enjoyed many a houseboat weekend on Lake Powell, logged countless hours on both airplanes and helicopters, walked on air on the Grand Canyon Skywalk and frolicked in the blue-green waters of Havasu Falls. About the only thing on her "to-do" list now is the Tower Butte Helicopter tour! She now makes a living as a freelance writer by day, bass player in a cover band by night.

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Lower Antelope Canyon Closed For Maintenance January 17th-31st

By Alley Keosheyan / January 8, 2018

Lower Antelope Canyon will be temporarily closed for maintenance starting Wednesday, January 17th through Wednesday, January 31st. Routine cleaning and repairs will be performed on the stairs and in other areas of the canyon during this time. All existing reservations have been cancelled and the affected parties have already been contacted by the outfitters. The […]

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Las Vegas to Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Air Tour

By Alley Keosheyan / September 27, 2017

Nothing worth having is ever easy. Still, the prospect of spending 10-12 hours driving or sitting on a bus from Las Vegas, even to see something as epic as Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend, is something you’re not looking forward to one bit. Scenic Grand Canyon Airlines heard your collective eye rolls, moans,  groans and […]

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Page, Arizona Hotel Alternatives

By Alley Keosheyan / September 26, 2017

Vacations are awesome. Hotels? Not so much. Cramped living quarters, spending a fortune (and gaining weight) eating three meals a day at restaurants, and coming home to a mountain of dirty laundry makes you want to take a vacation from your vacation. Surely, there has to be a better way to go on your upcoming […]

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Antelope Hidden Canyon Kayak Tour

By Alley Keosheyan / September 5, 2017

YOLO – it stands for “You Only Live Once.” So why would you tour the waterside of Antelope Canyon shoulder-to-shoulder with a boatload of strangers? Experience the power and majesty of Antelope Canyon as it joins with Lake Powell in a way that only a select few visitors will share, with Hidden Canyon Kayak Tours! […]

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Lake Powell Canyon Adventure Boat Tour

By Alley Keosheyan / September 1, 2017

You wouldn’t to go Paris without visiting the Eiffel Tower; or visit San Francisco without driving over the Golden Gate Bridge. Take a trip to London without seeing Big Ben? What would be the point? So why would you go to Page, Arizona and leave Lake Powell off your agenda? If you thought it was […]

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How To Get A Permit For The Wave Arizona

By Alley Keosheyan / May 10, 2017

As the saying goes, “it wasn’t a matter of ‘if’ but a matter of ‘when.’” In this case, the “when” was the summer of 2009, when the powers-that-be at Microsoft thought it would be a fabulous idea to include a photo of The Wave in Paria Canyon, Arizona on the desktop wallpaper of Windows 7.[1] […]

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“Help! Antelope Canyon Tours Are Sold Out…”

By Alley Keosheyan / April 12, 2017

Once upon a time, Antelope Canyon was a relatively obscure attraction near Page, Arizona. Known as “the Crack” or “the Corkscrew,” you could go and visit it virtually any time you wanted; chances were good that you’d have it all to yourself. And if you did bump into other people, they were likely to be […]

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Visiting Antelope Canyon From Las Vegas

By Alley Keosheyan / March 24, 2017

If you’ve come as far as Las Vegas, you’ve come too far not to visit world-famous Antelope Canyon and nearby Horseshoe Bend. While we’d heartily agree with you, we’d be remiss in our duty not to offer you a few words of warning: You’d better like to drive – a lot or You’d better be […]

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