Antelope Canyon, near Page, Arizona, lies on ancient Navajo lands. The canyons have evolved by millions of years of flash floods carving the canyon deep into the sandstone layers.
Antelope Canyon consists of Upper Antelope and Lower Antelope Canyon and require a Navajo guide for access. The "rooms" of Upper Antelope are impressive with their cathedral-height vaulted ceilings, allowing shaft of sunlight to form magical scenes.
Lower Antelope Canyon offers a more intimate canal of twisting, turning narrows. Lighting in the canyons changes by the minute and photographic opportunities are limitless. Real danger exists in visiting Antelope Canyon as thunderstorms as far away as 20 miles can generate flash floods without warning.