Upper Antelope, Lower Antelope, and Antelope Boat Tour
Hike Upper and Lower Antelope, then take a Boat Tour
What’s on your to-do list for your Northern Arizona vacation? The Grand Canyon? That’s a no-brainer. Antelope Canyon? Goes without saying, but which Antelope Canyon? Upper? Lower? Both? Then a boat tour on Lake Powell? Check, check, and check. But do you really relish the prospect of slogging checking availability for tours on up to ten different websites and making three different reservations? Guess what: you don’t have to! You can get all three tours booked in one simple reservation!
Presenting the Antelope Canyon Triple Crown, where you won’t just scratch the surface of Antelope Canyon, you’ll get to know it in all its glory, complexity, and importance to the Glen Canyon ecosystem, in one incredible day of discovery and exploration.
Upper Antelope Reviews
Lower Antelope Reviews
Antelope Boat Reviews
- Chief Tsosie’s Upper Antelope Canyon Tour:* travel by safari jeep from Page, AZ, to this classic slot canyon that captivated the world with its walls of spiraling sandstone and soft, ethereal chambers of light
- Ken’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tour:* both a hike and a scenic tour that delves deeper into this geologic masterpiece formed by rushing flood waters and the scouring of wind-blown sand (participants must be healthy enough to manage several ladders, stairs, and simple bouldering)
- Antelope Canyon Boat Tour:* an intimate cruise in an open-air tour boat from Antelope Point Marina between gradually narrowing canyon walls, to the location where Antelope Canyon joins with Lake Powell After your tour, you’re welcome to explore the Antelope Point Marina complex, or visit other Page, AZ, area attractions such as Horseshoe Bend, or the Glen Canyon Dam.
*Tours may not be conducted in order specified
Tsosie's Upper Location:
Ken's Lower Antelope Location:
Antelope Point Location:
What to Bring:
- Book this Tour as soon as you plan you visit
- Bring Government Issued I.D. for Passengers over the Age of 18
- Bring a Camera or Smartphone.
- Summer attire is recommended Apr-Sep. Layered Winter Attire from Oct-Mar annually.
- Shoes: On the Ground Tour, you will be in sand and walking on steel ladders/stairs. Sneakers or Hiking Boots recommended.