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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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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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Tower Butte Helicopter tour

By Ryan / September 16, 2015

​The tower butte helicopter tour is one of the best helicopter tours in the country, although most people will opt for the helicopter tours of the Grand Canyon. Having done both, the Grand Canyon helicopter tours are a better check on a bucket list, but the Tower Butte tour is a better experience. The 10-15 […]

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Lower Vs Upper Antelope

By Ryan / September 16, 2015

A frequently asked question is which is tour is better between Upper and Lower Antelope. Upper Antelope is considerably more popular both in overall visitation and people in the canyon at one time. A common complaint over the years is how crowded Upper Antelope can by. However, you would be hard pressed to be able to tell […]

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Horseshoe Bend

By Ryan / September 16, 2015

Horseshoe Bend is less than 5 miles from Antelope Canyon, and is a must do if you are in the area. If it free to visit, and is only a .75 mile hike to the overlook. Horseshoe Bend is a meander in the Colorado River that forms a horseshoe shape. Just 7 miles upstream from […]

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How to book a tour for Antelope Canyon

By Ryan / September 16, 2015

To book a tour for Antelope Canyon, first you need to decide if you want to do Lower, Upper, or the water section of Antelope Canyon. Lower Antelope Canyon If you want to do Lower, then there are two companies Ken’s Tours lowerantelope.com SUMMER HOURS: Third Week in February – First Week in November 8 […]

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What is Antelope Canyon

By Ryan / September 16, 2015

Antelope Canyon is one of the most photographed canyons of the American Southwest. It was formed by erosion of the local Navajo sandstone. Antelope Canyon is a popular location for photographers and sightseers, and a source of tourism business for the Navajo Nation. Private tour companies have been permitted to offer tours since 1987. It has been […]

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April 8th to 12th, 2016 Antelope Canyon Photo and Horseshoe Bend Workshop with Alain Briot $1395

By Ryan / November 29, 2014

Reprinted with permission from Beautiful-Landscape.com Check our their website for the most up to date information as prices and availability change. Make the most of your trip by signing up for a great photography workshop in 2016! Here is the information from photographer instructors Natalie and Alain. Alain Briot creates fine art photographs, teaches workshops and offers […]

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