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Lower Antelope Canyon is a less expensive slot canyon tour.  This one you can drive to yourself with any car, it's right of a paved highway.  See our aerial picture to find Lower Antelope Canyon parking lot.  Although we highly recommend the Corkscrew Canyon tour which costs around $35/person, this is less expensive because you drive to the entrance and climb into the canyon yourself.  The entrance fee you pay the Navajo Nation is about $10/person, and there's no tour guide. This is basically a self guided hike, you're on your own after you pay and enter.  This slot canyon is more difficult to enter than Corkscrew Canyon because you have to do some climbing.  In the Lower Antelope Canyon you'll see some very beautiful sandstone formations, similar to Corkscrew, but not quite as good in our opinion.  Don't take this wrong, either Slot Canyon is an awesome sight to see, so depending on your budget and group size you can take decide for yourself.  We have provided pictures for both Canyon in our website to help you decide what you'd like to see, but in our opinion BOTH are worth a visit if you know this is a once in a lifetime visit to the area.

Warning, don't visit these canyons if there's rain clouds to the east, anywhere in the sky.  As you can see in one of the pictures below the Navajo Nation accepts no responsibility for injury or death from flash flood.  They clearly post this warning at the entrance of the Lower Antelope parking lot so you can't miss it.  They are serious and you are on their land, under Navajo Nation law.  People have drowned in this canyon years ago by flash flood, so be aware of the danger and limit your stay to 30 min.  This is plenty of time to see the canyon and take loads of pictures while keeping things safe from incoming storms.  And don't be fooled, storms can occur any time of year, including summer.