This is known by the Navajo as “The place where water runs through rocks,” was formed over the course of hundreds of years by water that ran through sandstone. The upper part of the canyon is at around 4,000 feet elevation, with walls that rise 120 feet above its streambed. Few geological formations are as picturesque and awe-inspiring as Antelope Canyon.
This horseshoe-shaped incised meander of the Colorado River is located near the town of Page, Arizona. It is also referred to as the “East Rim of the Grand Canyon.” The trailhead to this 3/4 mile hike overlooks one of the most spectacular views on the Colorado River in Glen Canyon. It just 4 miles south of the Glen Canyon Dam and 7 miles north of mile zero of the Grand Canyon. … More Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Tour