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Lower Antelope Full Walkthrough Video

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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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    1. Hi Vivienne,
      The Antelope Canyons are best illuminated during the mid-day hours, when the sun is directly overhead. At that time of day, you also have a better chance of seeing the light beams in Upper Antelope Canyon (these do not occur in Lower Antelope). The only drawback is that these tours typically come with a higher price tag since they are considered “peak hours.” Honestly, though, there is no such thing as a bad time to visit. Earlier morning departures offer cooler temperatures and deeper, richer colors. Afternoons also have more dramatic light and shadow play on the canyon walls, and in April, outside temperatures are usually quite pleasant.
      Hope that helps! Good luck and safe travels,
      Alley 🙂

  1. Our large Party of 10 secured cabins om for the north rim lodging( two nights)for a rim to rim hike on October 2. We were hoping to experience the lower canyon with our drive on sept 30 staying in page.

    There is a waiting list, please Russell Brown for the lower antelope Canyon tour, we’d be happy to accommodate if numbers too large or another time for a summer pre hike training in late august or early September. I can secure with a credit card if necessary.

    Best reached is carol Brown (wife) 4802298522.

    Or place me on a newsletter for updates.

    Thank you.

    1. Russell & Carol,
      Congratulations on securing cabin reservations for Grand Canyon North Rim!
      Your name has been placed on a priority e-mail waiting list to be notified of when the Antelope Canyons reopen. Please note that does not constitute a reservation for an Antelope Canyon tour. If you wish to make a reservation, or be placed on a waiting list with a Lower Antelope Canyon tour company, please contact:
      – Ken’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours (928) 606-2168
      – Dixie Ellis’ Antelope Lower Canyon Tours (928) 640-1761
      Good luck and safe travels,
      Alley 🙂

    1. Hi Sara,
      We don’t know yet. We would advise monitoring the Navajo Nation Parks & Recreation Department website for status updates, or request to be placed on our priority e-mail notification list to get the heads up the minute the canyons reopen.
      In the meantime, consider kayaking into the waterside of Antelope Canyon, which is on Federal and not Tribal land, or hiking one of several alternate slot canyons which are not located on Navajo land. The nearest one to Page, AZ, is Wire Pass Canyon and Buckskin Gulch.
      Good luck and safe travels,
      Alley 🙂

    1. Hi Megon,
      You are welcome to try and purchase tickets upon arrival at Lower Antelope Canyon, but I would recommend booking your tour in advance of your arrival to avoid the inconvenience of sold-out departures.

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