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Oct 21 2017
DbleDutch
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 Tempe, AZ
Antelope Canyon - UpperNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
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DbleDutch
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Not exactly a solitude hike, but one on our list to see in person and thoroughly enjoyed. Booked our mid-day tour through Antelope Canyon Tours out of Page. We had an excellent Guide aiding in photo positions, poses and clearing people from photos. Aided some with camera needs and friendly with our multi language group.
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Oct 02 2016
burntlizard
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 Joined Jul 14 2011
 Phoenix, AZ
Antelope Canyon - UpperNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
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Positive entry first; beautiful canyon, incredible geology and a true melting pot of World culture, as people from many Countries were touring this place. Now the negative stuff! This place was a complete zoo and it was apparent the cultural diversity of the visitors can be very frustrating for the people organizing the trips. But, yelling "no bags, no bags" to an Italian speaker or someone from China, who clearly does not know what your saying has to be handled better. The ride to the canyon was interesting. The canyon its self was really cool. The cattle call/meat market lineup was not cool! My guide was informative, yet condescending while barking out orders, to keep moving. On the way out, 3 other tour companies were trudging their clients through, barking at us as we left, "don't stop, you had your turn, keep moving, no more photos, come back and pay again" What a joke!

Money is the game here and they are making plenty. 11 vehicles plus 14 people each at $40 per person = $6,160 per trip. They run about 7-8 trips per day which totals $43,120 per day and they run 7 days per week for a total of $301,840. Not bad!

Yet, when I asked the guild who benefits from the income, they said "I don't know, not us" "Two guys own this company!" Too bad, I'm sure the guides are making very little, compared to the companies massive haul. Just my opinion :stop:
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Apr 26 2016
Mike_Fels
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 Chandler, AZ
Antelope Canyon - UpperNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
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Mike_Fels
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This has been on my bucket list for years. We finally were in the area with time to get it done. By making early reservations we were able to get on the prized tour at about noon. Us and about 300 other people. There were easily 20 some vehicles at the entrance, our vehicle contained 15 people plus the guide. It looked like the start of each group was being staggered by 5 minutes. The sun was popping in and out from between a partially cloudy sky. The return trip is again back through the slot canyon. So with all those people it's next to impossible to get a picture showing the ground without another person in the picture. You quickly learn to only shoot high. A few groups were people that had paid for a "Photographer's tour" for about an extra $35 they got to sit or stand on the floor with camera on tripod while all the other people were walking around the group. Then every time the sun popped through the clouds people were trowing handfuls of sand into the air so the shafts of light would show up. The dust level in the entire canyon was enough to cause a person with healthy lungs to cough. Getting a crystal clear photo was out of the question.

Okay it sounds like everything was terrible with the experience. It wasn't. The place is beautiful. It is something not to be missed. But the pictures you see done professionally are not close to what you can get and see with either the traditional or photographer's tours. They are somehow taken without the sand in the air, masses of people and the colors have been enhanced a bit to a lot. The fantastic shapes are really what you see.

Next time I'd try X Canyon to see if it being less popular resulted with a better situation.
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Sep 30 2014
AZWanderingBea
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 Phoenix, AZ
Antelope Canyon - UpperNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
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AZWanderingBear
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Last stop on our 10-day odyssey through the Southwest. We'd done Lower Antelope in the morning and did the Upper just after lunch. It was very crowded, but most of the good photography is straight up. Our guide was very helpful in pointing out opportunities for good photos. Had a much better time than we anticipated after seeing the crowds. Such a beautiful place.
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Jun 21 2014
jochal
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 Mesa, AZ
Antelope Canyon - UpperNortheast, AZ
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Jun 06 2014
AZLOT69
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 Gold Canyon, AZ
Antelope Canyon - UpperNortheast, AZ
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AZLOT69
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Glad I did it but I have found much better ones on my own, not commercialized. It was a zoo. About 500 people.
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Jun 02 2014
Stoic
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 Avondale,Az
Canyon X Antelope Canyon Tour, AZ 
Canyon X Antelope Canyon Tour, AZ
 
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Day 1 of 7
Hiking partner; My sister from North Carolina

Horseshoe Bend
Canyon X Antelope Canyon Tour
Glen Canyon Damn Overlook
Paria Toadstools
Kelley Grade Overlook
Coal Steam Fires
Alstrom Point

We took a tour with Overland Canyon Tours. They are the only tour company with the rights to Canyon X. Our group of 6 where the only people in canyon X. We went at our own pace, with out the crowds. We spend about 2 hours in the canyon X area, then headed to Antelope canyon. We had a strict one hour limit in Antelope Canyon. Antelope Canyon was crowded, but not to bad. I feel we got lucky in Antelope canyon. You can hear the other tour guides in the canyon treating their customers like crap. Yelling at them continuously. Over all the tour was great. We had a great guide. It was a bit pricey ($165 a person).
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Mar 08 2014
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 Mesa, AZ
Antelope Canyon - UpperNortheast, AZ
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cw50must
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This was the first stop on our Early March Page adventure. We did go with a tour group which was good for our first time because the guide points out so many good features. I wsih it wasn't as crowded, but what do you expect or a Saturday fternoon in good weather.
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Jun 27 2013
Lucyan
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May 10 2013
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 Ahwatukee, AZ
Northern Arizona Trek - May 2013, AZ 
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Sarah’s Grad and Northern Arizona Trek - May 2013

4 days
3 nights
791 miles by truck
110 miles by boat
324 digital images
1 Master’s Degree celebration
1 Slot Canyon
1 Natural Bridge
1 Vintage Mary Colter designed hotel
1 Mother’s Day
Priceless!

With my daughter Sarah’s graduation from ASU with a Master’s in Clinical Speech Pathology, my parents made the trek down from Canada to celebrate the achievement. Considering that Mother’s Day would be over the weekend, a road trip was in order :next:

Friday May 10th
11am to 3pm Sarah’s grad @ ASU
3pm drive from Ahwatukee to Flagstaff – 161 miles, 2hrs 26min per Google Maps
Fairfield Inn Flagstaff, 2005 South Milton Road, Flagstaff, AZ – Confirmation #85054171 & 85054171
5pm – 9:30pm Lowell Observatory 2nd Friday Science Night, 1400 West Mars Hill Road, Flagstaff, Arizona
ASU Clinical Speech Pathology :next: http://shs.asu.edu/pg-mas
Marriott Fairfield Inn, Flagstaff AZ :next: http://www.fairfieldinnflagstaff.com/
Lowell Observatory :next: http://www.lowell.edu/
Beaver Street Brewery :next: http://beaverstreetbrewery.com/

After Sarah’s graduation ceremony held at Wells Fargo Arena on the ASU main campus, friends and family gathered at our Ahwatukee home for some good eats and an opportunity to personally congratulate Sarah. As the day wound down, it was time to head out on a road trip to Northern Arizona to take in some sights my parents only thought they could view through other people’s photographs. First destination – Flagstaff AZ to catch the “2nd Friday Evening Event” at Lowell Observatory on Mars Hill. The evening event was just about to wrap-up when we arrived 9-ish, but we still were able to walk the grounds and see the various telescope installations. Checked into the Marriott Fairfield Inn – rooms were scarce since NAU grad ceremonies were also on this weekend! Had time for a late evening stroll to Beaver Street Brewery – a Flagstaff visit requirement…



Saturday May 11th
8am drive from Flagstaff to Page AZ – 192 miles, 3hrs 15min per Google Maps (note Hwy89 closed at Echo Cliffs)
Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas, 100 Lakeshore Drive, Page, AZ 86040 - Confirmation # 80002356H
Upper and/or Lower Antelope Slot Canyon guided or self-guided hike
Mars Hill :next: http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=921
Hwy 89A Kachina homage :next: http://hikearizona.com/photo.php?ZIP=274911
Tuba City Dinosaur Tracks :next: http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=1042
Upper Antelope Canyon :next: http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=763
Glen Canyon Dam Overlook :next: http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=409
Horseshoe Bend Overlook :next: http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=410
Wahweap Marina Walk – Glen Canyon NRA :next: http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=17716
Lake Powell Resort & Marina :next: http://www.lakepowell.com/accommodation ... tions.aspx
Big John’s Texas BBQ, Page AZ :next: http://visitpagearizona.com/activities/ ... beque.html

After our complimentary breakfast at the Flagstaff Marriott Fairfield Inn, we checked out and returned to Lowell Observatory to trek around the grounds in daylight – quite the contrast from the previous evening’s “stumble in the dark”… We met “Big John” performing some of the morning chores around Lowell and he invited us into the Pluto Observatory for a private tour prior to the official visitor opening at 9am. “Big John” was a fount of information giving us the history of the site, including all the construction obstacles and the competitive nature of the academics in the race to discover planets in their predicted mathematical location. Once we’d had our fill of astronomy, we hit the road towards Page AZ. After an obligatory stop at my favorite Kachina site http://hikearizona.com/photo.php?ZIP=338650 (kicking myself that I failed to take a geocoded photo with my iPhone), we bounced our way up Highway 89 towards the detour around the sinkhole (check out :next: http://www.azdot.gov/us89/ and http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/ ... lapse.html ), via Hwy 160 through Tuba City to Hwy 98 near Cow Springs to approach Page AZ from the SE. This detour easily adds another hour onto your drive from Flagstaff to Page. We elected to do the Upper Antelope Slot Canyon tour rather than the Lower Slot Canyon, only because of the flat terrain. I recalled multiple ladders and rock butt slides when exploring the Lower Antelope Slot Canyon. Our Navajo Guide, Frankie, was full of facts about the canyon formation and pointed out the mostly unnoticed features within the slot canyon. Unexpectedly, Frankie is quite the digital photo buff and helped set up shots for most of the visitors. He knew my Canon cameras beyond any of my abilities. After Antelope Canyon we drifted into town to find a late lunch/early dinner joint – Big John’s Texas BBQ fit the bill. We checked into our rooms at the Lake Powell Resort and Marina (NPS Annual Pass came in handy once again to gain entrance into the Wahweap section of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area), freshened up prior to some sunset exploration around Glen Canyon Dam and Horseshoe Bend Overlook.



Sunday May 12th
7:30am to 1pm boat tour to Rainbow Bridge – confirmation # 80002356O
2pm drive from Page AZ to Winslow AZ via Hopi Lands – 241 miles, 4hrs 22min per Google Maps
La Posada Hotel, 303 E 2nd St, Winslow, AZ 86047 - Confirmation#72185 for Rm115, #72184 for Rm125
7:30pm Mother’s Day dinner reservation at Turquoise Room in La Posada per Jonny
Lake Powell boat tour to Rainbow Bridge :next: http://www.lakepowell.com/play/tours/bo ... idge-.aspx
Rainbow Bridge via Lake Powell :next: http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=16011
Walpi Hopi Village :next: http://www.museumsyndicate.com/item.php?item=32451 and http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=15635
La Posada Walking Tour :next: http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=17717
Turquois Room :next: http://www.theturquoiseroom.net/ Mother’s Day, 3 people, $235 including tip…

Mother’s Day – Up at dawn to catch an early breakfast and check out of our hotel rooms prior to boarding our Rainbow Bridge tour boat at 7am :next: http://hikearizona.com/photo.php?ZIP=338686 . Besides our Captain’s Derek and Theresa, I think I may have been the only other Arizona resident on that boat that day. Had a chance to chat with visitors from France, Germany, and England – many who had seen the bridge on previous vacations. Interesting that there was instant recognition by our fellow boaters – we all were on the Upper Antelope Canyon trek the day before and were all staying Saturday evening at the Lake Powell Resort! I failed to note the time extension for the tour :next: “The Castle Rock Cut is currently closed due to low lake levels. This tour will last approximately 7 - 7.5 hours total.” Hopefully this won’t impact our 7:30pm dinner reservation at the Turquoise Room in Winslow AZ… The lower lake levels also tacked on an additional half mile for the hike to Rainbow Bridge (hope I didn’t burn out my parents’ wheels tackling Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend the day before). Mission accomplished :next: http://hikearizona.com/photo.php?ZIP=338832 . Upon returning to Wahweap Marina, we grabbed some cold refreshments and jumped in my F-150 for the backcountry tour through Navajo and Hopi Lands. Didn’t have enough time to stop at Coal Mine Canyon ( http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=980 ), but we did have just enough for a drive-by of Old Oraibi and Walpi on the Hopi mesas. We arrived at La Posada in Winslow before 6:30pm – plenty of time to freshen up prior to another gastronomic gem served up by Chef John in the Turquoise Room :next: http://hikearizona.com/photo.php?ZIP=338695 and http://www.theturquoiseroom.net/_blog/A ... _McClendon’s_farm_prepare_for_Mother's_Day_Special_Event/ . After dinner we had a chance to explore the eclectic La Posada then sit out back to do some trainspotting…


Monday May 13th
8am drive from Winslow AZ to Ahwatukee via Mogollon RIm – 183 miles, 3hrs 16min per Google Maps
La Posada Walking Tour :next: http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=17717

Mother’s Day – The Day After… Gathered at 8am in the Turquoise Room for morning breakfast (don’t know where I found the space for breakfast after that huge Sunday meal) and a daylight stroll around the hotel grounds before taking the Hwy 87/Mogollon Rim route home through Payson.



More photos to follow... ;)
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Apr 07 2013
desertgirl
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 Chandler, AZ
Antelope Canyon - UpperNortheast, AZ
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Family trip to the slots -- it was super windy adn we had a constant deluge of sand!
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Mar 20 2013
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 Phoenix, AZ
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Quick amble through with visitors ....Not good light.
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Jun 30 2012
jdnevi
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jdnevi
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May 14 2012
Booneman
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 Chandler, AZ
Antelope Canyon - UpperNortheast, AZ
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Reserved a tour on Monday to finally visit Antelope Canyon on our way back from Zion. Pretty neat place, glad we made the effort to check it out.
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Jul 10 2009
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 Tucson, AZ
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Such a beautiful place. I tried hard not to let the crowds ruin it for me - and I think I succeeded by keeping my original purpose in mind... My mom's always dreamed of seeing one of those amazing places I'm always going, and this was a great way to bring her to a slot canyon. Very little effort involved, and it was such a fun adventure for us all. I ended up just as dirty as I might have from hours in a remote slot, however, thanks to all the dust and dirt flying through the air and a few muddy spots from the rains the week before.

From there we continued driving north toward our ultimate goal at Bryce Canyon NP. Took a little detour to the old Paria townsite and movie set in the Grand Staircase Escalante Mon. The whole area is just magic.
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Jun 27 2009
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What a zoo! People packed in everywhere. The canyon is very beautiful, with lots of neat twists and turns, but the crowds were just insane, pushing and jostling everywhere.
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Mar 29 2009
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Not really a hike, just a destination that must be seen.
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Jul 07 2007
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My first trip to Antelope Canyon. Absolutely wonderful! It was definitely quite crowded but I took the photographer's tour so they at least help up the traffic of people while making those 10+ second exposures!
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