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Find inspiration in Arizona slot canyons
Adventurous Antelope Canyon Photo Tours provides quality guided tours, sightseeing tours, and photographic tours into slot canyons that are within the Antelope Wash basin located on the outskirts of Page, Arizona. These canyons are located on Navajo Nation Land and are only open to the public through a guided tour.
A.A.C.P.T. operates in 4 slot canyons: the Upper Antelope Canyon, Rattlesnake Canyon, Owl Canyon, and Mountain Sheep Canyon. Night tours are also provided upon special request. We are the only company allowed to operate in Rattlesnake Canyon, Owl Canyon, and Mountain Sheep Canyon.
Upper Antelope Canyon
Upper Antelope Canyon is famous for the beams of light that shine into the canyon during the summer months. It is the most famous slot canyon near Page Arizona.
Mountain Sheep Canyon
Mountain Sheep Canyon is the longest slot canyon we have, it is very well known for it wideness and about half way into the canyon it gets very narrow so your getting both wide and narrow.
The canyon is very photogenic and is also a very good canyon to do if you feel like taking a hike. The soft colors in the morning and evening make it perfect for photography. Recommended lens for this canyon would be a hybrid lens that lets you get wide and also zoom.
Rattlesnake Canyon is a customer and guide favorite, it is known for its curvature and striations, hence the name Rattlesnake Canyon. The shape of the canyon is similar to the Lower Antelope Canyon with a narrow base and wide top. The smooth sandstone and striations make it perfect for abstract photography, the ladders and climbing make it perfect for an adventurous hike. We recommend a wide angle lens.
Owl Canyon is a very wide open slot canyon, however is very well known for what perches inside. Owl canyon is home to a 2 Great Horned Owls, a telephoto lens/zoom lens is recommended for this canyon as the owls perch high on the canyon walls. These amazing birds are very photogenic, they are also known as the tiger owls.
For more information:
Just east of Page, Arizona on Highway 98. Travel past the power plant to mile marker 302.