Horseshoe Mesa and Antelope Canyon Tours
This tour drives through the Navajo Reservation with a stop at Horseshoe Bend – one of the most photographed areas of the Colorado River offering stunning views from an overlook 1200 feet above. This stop is a ¾-mile walk from the parking area. After our visit to Horseshoe is complete, we head over to Antelope Canyon to meet our Navajo guide. Antelope Canyon is the most photographed slot canyon in the world. It offers a breathtaking display of color, light, and shadow. This canyon is ½ mile long and descends down through a staircase with handrails. Don’t forget your camera, the photography in this canyon is stunning (even with a smart phone!). A picnic lunch is enjoyed along the banks of Lake Powell. This is an all day tour, leaving from your hotel and arriving back early evening.
COST: $295/adult, $185/child 12 and under.
*children prices (12 years of age or younger) are granted with 2 adult booked tours.
How to Book
To secure reservations all tours must be paid in full at time of scheduling. CALL 800-530-6401 to Check Availability and Book Your Tour.
We understand that life can be unpredictable at times and that trip plans can change. Red Rock Treks will refund the full amount of your trip if cancellation occurs 72 hours (three full days) of tour departure. Cancellations of less than 72 hours will be charged in full.
Inclement weather does occur in Northern Arizona especially during summer monsoons. If we are unable to depart due to weather conditions, we will refund the full amount of your tour. If the tour departs and is later affected by inclement weather, Red Rock Treks reserves the right to charge the full amount of each tour.
Departure times change with the seasons. Tours leave early morning in spring/summer and later during the fall/winter months. Tour departure times will be arranged during scheduling. Red Rock Treks will pick you up at your hotel/resort. Please be ready to depart at the designated time.
Fitness Level Requirements for our Antelope Canyon / Horseshoe Bend Hikes
Walking to Horseshoe Bend overlook is an easy 3/4mile walk with a small incline. Walking to Antelope Canyon entails walking down a series of stairs with handrails. Antelope Canyon is ½ mile long and flat.
What to Bring
Hat, sunscreen, a large filled water bottle, camera, comfortable walking shoes, extra money for gallery/gift shops, and gratuities for guides.