Late Afternoon Kayak Tour
~~~~ LOW WATER LEVEL NOTICE: ~~~~
Lake Powell has seen a significant drop in water level this season due to low snowfall in the western Rockies last winter and other factors.
Don’t worry! Lake Powell is still open for paddling!
Our rentals and tours are still going on daily! We are working on water access solutions to keep our customers paddling and enjoying Antelope Canyon and Lake Powell. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 928-645-4017 for the latest information.
We appreciate your patience during this unprecedented time.
What this means:
For any existing rentals and tours: expect tougher launching conditions the rest of this season, with a longer walk to and from the water and longer launching times. If you are not comfortable with this please contact us at least 24 hours ahead to cancel and get a full refund.
This tour is approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) of paddling into part of Antelope Canyon. A perfect activity for the late afternoon after a full day here! Tour Dates and Times: March 1st – April 30th: Start time is 3 pm. May 1st- September 13th: Start time is 4 pm. September 14th – October 31st: Start time is 3 pm
This is for kayaks only and no experience is necessary.
Tours are OPEN! We paddle to and hike the National Park section of Antelope Canyon (NOT THE NAVAJO NATION AREA).
The minimum age is 10 years old. No one younger than 10 years old is allowed on tours.
This is the perfect kayak trip for beginners or people that aren’t up for the longer trip but still want to see Antelope Canyon. There will be plenty of time for taking photos and enjoying the environment. This tour does not include a hike or swimming time. $75.00 per person*. 2 person minimum. Water and snacks provided. Please arrive at the shop 45 minutes prior to the start time to fill out your paperwork and allow travel time to the water. Tour is subject to weather-If the tour is canceled due to bad weather conditions you will be refunded in full. Please NOTE: National Park entry fee ($30 per car, not per person) not included. You will need to pay the fee to enter the National Park, which is good for 7 days. You are required to drive yourself to the lake, we can not transport you due to Park Service regulations.
The Navajo Sandstone here is unlike anywhere else! The sun in the afternoon is amazing. *Lake Powell is managed by Glen Canyon National Park. The Park encompasses the entire lake. All activities in the National Park are subject to the National Park entrance fee and use fee. Entrance fee payment is made at any Park entrance station and is good for 7 days. The 3% use fee is added to reservations before checkout.
*Plus tax and National Park Service 3% fee.