Lower Antelope Canyon
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Experience the Wonder... on Ken's Guided Tour
About the Guided Tour * NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED or TAKEN (We operate on a "First Come First Serve" basis.)
FOR HIKERS: $26 (Ages 13 and older), $18 (Ages 7-12) and Free (Ages 6 and Younger)
If you have paid or the Navajo Parks fee (i.e. Toured with UPPER Antelope Canyon, ON the SAME Day) we will disreguard the $6 from our addmission prices ($20 (Ages 13 and older), $12 (Ages 7-12)). MUST HAVE RECEIPT
Guided tours only. Tours run every 30 minutes (If heavy traffic of people, tours will run every 15 minutes). Tours are 1 (One) HOUR in duration.
Tour Groups are a Maximum of 15 people
Winter Hours: (Second Week in November - Second week in February) Open at 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM; First tour leaves at 9:30 AM and the last tour is at 2:00 PM.
Summer Hours: (Third Week in February - First week in November) Open at 8:00 AM - 5:00 pm; First tour leaves at 8:30 AM and the last tour is at 4:00 PM.
• Bottle water
Remember that Flash Floods are a real danger through out the year. Always heed your guide's advice about when to leave the canyon.
About the Photographer Pass *NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED OR TAKEN (We operate on a "First Come First Serve" basis.)
FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS: $48 Per person (ages 16 and Older ONLY) ($42 for pass fee and $6 for Navajo Nation Park Fee)
If you have paid for the Navajo Parks fee (i.e. toured with UPPER Antelope Canyon, ON the SAME day), we will disreguard the $6 From our addmission prices ($42 (Ages 16 and older ONLY). MUST HAVE RECEIPT
Photographer's pass is 2 hours in duration. One photo pass for each individual with the required equipment. You can purchase the pass at the booth. The REQUIRED equipment are a SLR camera, medium or large format WITH a tripod. No guide is provided for the photographer, but a Canyon Monitor will check on you periodically for questions or assistant.
Things to bring:
• SLR camera (medium or large format) required
There are steel ladders anchored into the canyon walls. The ladders vary from 3 ft. to 25 ft. being the longest. Ladders over 8 ft. have handrails in place. The canyon is easily accessible going in and out. There are escape rope ladders placed on top of the canyon, in metal boxes, for any type of emergencies.
Health Concerns The canyon trail is a bit rigorous and long, with low hanging rocks, narrow passage ways, and narrow and steep ladders. It is recommended that if you get short winded (we are above 4,000 elevation, so please be advise for shortness of breath for those that live at sea-level), have knee or hip joint problems or heart problems to please get advise your physician before trying to hike the canyon.
The canyon trail is a bit rigorous and long, with low hanging rocks, narrow passage ways, and narrow and steep ladders. It is recommended that if you get short winded (we are above 4,000 elevation, so please be advise for shortness of breath for those that live at sea-level), have knee or hip joint problems or heart problems to please get advise your physician before trying to hike the canyon.No Pet's or Animal's Allowed into the Canyon.
We are sorry for this inconvenience, but to respect our guest that are allergic to the dogs, cats and other animals, we requrest you do not bring your pet's and animal's into the canyon. We abide to strict rules and regulations to Protect and Preserve the canyon. Thank You for understanding
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