Baby Boomer Travel Tips:
- Lower Antelope Canyon is located on Navajo land off of Copper Mine Road near Page, Arizona. It is administered by the LeChee Chapter of the Navajo Nation.
- Currently, all access is by guided tour only.
- There is a general admission fee of $6.00 in addition to the tour fee. Age 7 or younger are free.
- The canyon is dark in many places with an uneven walking surface. At times, conditions are tight.
- Peak visiting season is late March to October.
- Take care during monsoon season. In 1997, 11 tourists lost their lives due to a flash flood upstream of Lower Antelope Canyon.
- We visited Lower Antelope Canyon as part of a photography workshop with Exposure360.
- Photographers should bring a tripod due to low light conditions, although the photos you see in the video were taken without a tripod.
- Upper Antelope Canyon and Waterholes are two more slot canyons in the area that can be visited on a guided tour.