Chief Tsosie Antelope Canyon Tours

 
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Antelope Slot Canyon Tours by Chief Tsosie is located in Page Arizona, right next to the great Lake Powell, and in the center of the Grand Circle. Navajo owned and operated by Rosalind Tsosie, you’ll. See one of the most spectacular sights in the desert southwest. Bring your camera, you'll want to remember this tour! Chief Tsosie's Antelope Slot Canyon Tour 55 S Lake Powell Blvd. Contact and Information Address / Contact Phone: (928)645-5594 Email: Tour Information ————————————- 55 S. Lake Powell Blvd. Page, AZ 86040 Chief Tsosie Trading Post Native. Page mourns the passing of Ray Tsosie, tour guide and owner of Antelope Slot Canyon Tours by Chief Tsosie. Chief Ray Tsosie spent a life time learning the canyons of his Native land.

Antelope Canyon Shut down for a Day due to illegal dumping of Ashes!

Recently both Upper and Lower Antelope canyon were closed on two different occasions due to illegal dumping of human ashes by people visiting the canyon. These are sacred sites to the Navajo People and require cleansing ceremonies to be completed before tours may resume! Please respect these sites and refrain from defiling the canyons

. *Please Note that it is also illegal to dump human remains in National Parks.

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Chief Tsosie Antelope Canyon Tours

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Chief Tsosie Antelope Canyon

Season is here and business is in full swing. Antelope Canyon has received worldwide exposure and as such is seeing a surge in demand like never before. If you are thinking about traveling to the Glen Canyon Recreation area and would like to see the wonders that make up the Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons, make sure to book in advance. The odds that you will be able to book the day or even week of your trip are very low.

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Antelope Canyon is one of the most recognized slot canyons in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land just east of Page, AZ. Antelope Canyon includes two separate, scenic slot canyon sections, referred to individually as 'Upper Antelope Canyon' or 'The Crack'; and 'Lower Antelope Canyon' or 'The Corkscrew'. The Navajo name for Upper Antelope Canyon is Tsé bighánílíní, which means 'the place where water runs through rocks'. Lower Antelope Canyon is Hazdistazí, called 'Hasdestwazi' by the Navajo Parks and Recreation Department, or 'spiral rock arches'. Antelope Canyon was formed primarily by flash flood erosion of the Navajo Sandstone, as well other sub-aerial processes such as heavy rain fall during monsoon season. Over time, the erosion created corridors that continue to grow wider as the hard edges of the stone gets smoother to form the characterisic flowing shapes in the rock. The sunlight in this slot canyon creeps into the dark passageways from above in the form of what appears to be etherial beams of light. It is for this reason that Antelope Canyon has become many photographers' dream subject.

Antelope Canyon Tours By Chief Tsosie

Both upper and lower Antelope Canyon can only be viewed and experienced on a guided tour. It is open 365 days a year, but tours are weather dependent. No slot canyon tours are available when risk of a flash flood is present. Therefore, it is best to plan your trip outside of monsoon season, which is generally late June though the month of August. In October of 2006, a flood occurred that lasted 36 hour which caused the Tribal Park Authorities to close Lower Antelope Canyon for five months. Make sure to check the status of your tour before you embark on your journey to the Great Southwest.