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Ryan is an avid hiker and long time resident of Page, AZ. What he lacks in spelling and grammatical expertise he makes up for with extensive knowledge from a lifetime of questionable choices and the ability to ask for help from great editors

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Camping and RV options near Antelope Canyon

By Ryan / September 27, 2015

Camping and RV options near Antelope Canyon Primitive Camping There are a number of good locations where you can put up a tent and enjoy the water and/or scenery. Your experience will depend a lot of whether you want isolation or amenities and convenience (but be prepared to be shoulder to shoulder with other campers […]

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Top tips for photographing Antelope Canyon – Fototripper

By Ryan / September 26, 2015

We scour the internet to bring you the best resources for Antelope Canyon. Check out these great tips for taking photographs in the canyon. Gavin includes tips for dealing with the light, the environment, and the crowds. Well worth the read. He was also nice enough to write us this introduction to the article 🙂 […]

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Lower Antelope Full Walkthrough Video

By Ryan / September 19, 2015

Wondering if you would have any problems with the stairs and ladders of Lower Antelope? Check out this video of the full walkthough from start to finish. If you just want to skip ahead, the section around 4:00 is probably the hardest section of the canyon.

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Rainbow Bridge and Lake Powell aerial tour

By Ryan / September 18, 2015

Already did Antelope Canyon? An aerial tour of Lake Powell and Rainbow bridge is a great way to see the rest of the area. Like the Grand Canyon, the lake is simply too large to see from a single viewpoint. The best way to grasp the scale and beauty of the area is to be […]

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Commercial photography permits

By Ryan / September 18, 2015

The quick definition of commercial is that you plan to sell the photo.  You can be a professional photographer and shoot Antelope Canyon with no intention of selling the photographs. For Lower Antelope, all you need to bring is a tripod and they will consider you a photographer. (You get an extra hour in the canyon […]

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Driving to Antelope Canyon

By Ryan / September 17, 2015

Driving Distances to Antelope Canyon from popular starting points From Grand Canyon South Rim – 2.5 hours From Zion National Park – 2.5 hours From Las Vegas – 4.5 hours From Monument Valley – 2 hours Once you get to town, you should plan to be at your tour companies location 20 minutes before hand. Advance […]

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See Antelope from Grand Canyon South Rim

By Ryan / September 17, 2015

Most travelers will be coming from the Grand Canyon South Rim or heading towards the Grand Canyon after they see Antelope Canyon.If you’re already at the Grand Canyon, you know there is an irresistible urge to get to the bottom. The best way to do that without hiking 10+ miles is to do the float […]

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Can you do both Lower and Upper in a day?

By Ryan / September 17, 2015

Yes, but it is probably not the best use of your time. You might as well do one or the other and do the boat tour of Antelope Canyon instead. If you have the time, you would be better off making sure you have seen the other nearby sites, including White Pockets Horseshoe Bend Raft […]

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Antelope Canyon photo sells for $6.5 million dollars

By Ryan / September 16, 2015

Peter Lik set the world record for the world’s most expensive photograph. It was taken in Lower Antelope Canyon, during one of the light beams. Light beams happen year round but at different times of the day. Ask your guide which tour time spot you should choose to have the best chances of capturing an […]

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