The seasonal stream of Antelope Creek flows into Lake Powell 3 miles east of Page in far north Arizona. 2 mile 4WD track south of the slot canyon page az beginning near milepost 299, and it is this part which is usually visited.
Lower Antelope Canyon extends between AZ 98 and the lake, and is reached by a short track northwards leading to a parking area from where the escorted tours depart. To visit either part of Antelope Canyon is expensive.
25 for the either the popular upper section or the longer lower canyon. The fee to enter the lower section is collected by attendants at the carpark near the canyon edge. These amounts will doubtless increase as the Navajo continue to exploit the popularity of the canyon. 4657T, while the lower narrows begin just north of AZ 98.
When approaching upper Antelope Canyon, there is no obvious clue as to its location. The trail seems to end at the base of a red sandstone plateau about 20 yards high, but the sight of an Indian jewelry stall soon indicates its position – the entrance is a narrow curved slit in the cliffs only a few feet wide. Once inside, the temperature drops as much as 20 degrees as the visitor enters one of the most beautiful of all natural formations.