Hidden Canyon Kayak Antelope Canyon Tour

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#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!

On Hidden Canyon Kayak’s Antelope Canyon Tour, you’ll glide between red sandstone walls towering high above tranquil morning waters, inching closer and closer together as you paddle gently and quietly toward the canyon’s land side. You needn’t have any previous kayaking experience to take part. Hidden Canyon Kayak’s licensed guides will teach you how to pilot your watercraft in safety and confidence, and provide all the equipment you need to keep your personal belongings safe and dry. Depending on Lake Powell’s water level, you’ll take a simple hike to where the slot canyon portion of Antelope Canyon begins. Your guide will take keepsake photos of you and your tour group at no extra charge! Group sizes are deliberately limited for more personalized service, so book your seats today, or you may be overcome by a bad case of FOMO.

Your tour price includes:

  • Kayak (2-person models will be used unless previous alternate arrangements are made)
  • Paddles
  • Life jackets
  • Snacks
  • Refillable water
  • Dry bags and boxes

Tour duration: 3-4 hours, depending on water level of Lake Powell

Tour schedules:

February 15th – April 30th: 7:30 – 11:30 AM

May 1st – September 14th: 6:30 – 10:30 AM and 7:30 – 11:30 AM

September 15th – October 31st: 7:30 – 11:30 AM

All times are Mountain Standard Time

Tours depart from from Antelope Point Marina Public Launch Ramp, which is about 12 miles (19.3 kilometers) from Downtown Page. Your kayak tour guide will meet you by the bathroom at the entrance to the parking lot. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time. Antelope Point Marina is located in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, which is a Federal Fee Area.

Tours require a minimum of 2 passengers to guarantee operation and are contingent on favorable weather conditions.



46 Responses

  1. Hi! My family of four (two girls, age 7 and 5) would love for any chance to visit Antelope Canyon. We are planning to visit towards the end of June and came across this private kayak tour. Would you recommend for kids their age? And if so, what time would be ideal? We will be coming from Flagstaff. Thank you!

    1. Hi Jenn,
      Kayak tours may be enjoyed by kids as young as 5! Both kids would be required to travel in a tandem kayak with an adult, and first thing in the morning is the best time to take part in this activity for lack of wind and minimal chop from larger boat traffic. Trying to do this as a day trip out of Flagstaff, AZ, however is less than ideal. It takes ~2.5 hours to drive from Flagstaff, AZ, to Page, AZ, so you’d need to get a super-early start out of Flag (that’s what we call it around here), or better yet, spend the night prior at a hotel in Page, AZ.
      Good luck and safe travels,
      Alley 🙂

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