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Previous Antelope Canyon Kayak Tours

Just about everyone has heard of Antelope Slot Canyon. It’s one of the most amazingly mysterious and magnificent landscape features of the desert southwest. But the twisting corridor is hidden below the surface where most visitors enter on foot via a drive east on Arizona highway 98 from Page, AZ.

But the sinuous narrows of Antelope Canyon extend far to the north where the canyon joins Lake Powell in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

Lake Powell Hidden Canyon Kayak offers daily kayak explorations of the lake’s Antelope Canyon arm and, weather permitting, short hikes beyond the end of the lake into the labyrinthine narrows beyond.

We meet at the Antelope Point public launch ramp, paddle towards Glen Canyon Dam floating far above the former course of the Colorado River.

Soon we turn into Antelope Canyon, a narrow tributary canyon where the sandstone cliffs loom close above. What lies beyond this point? Changing lake levels and the weather determine how far we go. It’s a great way to see Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell and the sandstone monoliths of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

Other kayak tours and activities around Page, Arizona.

Below are some of our other guided kayak tour packages we offer in Lake Powell. Also, here are some our favorite local places to eat in Page, Arizona–along with lodging.