Paddle and Hike Antelope Canyon!
Join our Early Morning or Late Morning Antelope Canyon Paddle Tours with Hike:
~~~~ 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.
Tours are OPEN! We paddle to and do hike the National Park section of Antelope Canyon which is open!
$125.00 per person*
The minimum age is 6 years old. No one younger than 6 years old is allowed on tours.
Tour Dates and Times:
March 1st – April 30th: Early Tour start time is 8 am. Late Morning tour start time is 11 am
May 1st- September 13th: Early Tour start time is 6:30 pm. Late Morning tour start time is 8:30 am
September 14th – October 31st: Early Tour start time is 8 am. Late Morning tour start time is 11 am.
We paddle from Antelope Point into Antelope Canyon where you will be floating in a canyon with beautiful red rock cliffs surrounding you! If time allows, there will be a hike at the back of the canyon where you can see part of this amazing slot canyon! NOTE: This hike is not through the Navajo Nation section of Antelope Canyon (which is currently closed due to COVID-19), it is in the National Park section which is open!
Lake Powell is world-renowned for its incredible slot canyons, but few have seen it from the water.
This tour is a 4-5 hour, approximately 6 mile (9.66 km) round trip paddle through the entire length of the water section of Antelope Canyon with an approximately 2 mile (3.2 km) hike at the back, depending on conditions and on water levels. The best experience is the early tour due to weather and boat traffic! That is why we go early. Not an early riser? No problem! Join our late morning tour and go to the same place!
Water and snacks provided. Hiking shoes, athletic shoes, or sturdy sandals are a must. Tours include time for swimming and relaxing in the warm sun, time and weather permitting.
Swimming in the lake is amazing! Bring your swimsuit. Conditions and water temperature permitting. Nothing to fear in the water- nothing that bites or stings!
How it works:
We will meet you at the shop 45 minutes prior to your start time where you will fill out your paperwork and we will give you a map and all the information for the tour. You will then drive yourself from the shop to the Antelope Point Boat Launch. The drive is approximately 11 miles (17.7 km), where you will enter the park and meet your guide. PLEASE NOTE: $30.00 National Park entry fee not included. This is per car, not per person, and is good for 7 days.* Transportation to the lake is not provided due to Park Service regulations.
We offer only small supervised groups, and you can use a kayak or paddleboard- your choice! Just let us know when you reserve which you prefer. TOurs are in double kayaks unless single kayaks are requested.
PLEASE READ: Due to the distance and time restraints, this tour is only for people who have paddleboarded before, not for beginner paddleboarders. All levels of kayakers are welcome!
TIME and TIME ZONE:
All times on our site and confirmations are in ARIZONA TIME (Summer: Same time as Pacific Time; Winter: Same time as Mountain Time. – No Daylight Saving Time – Not Utah Time – Not Navajo Nation Time). Because the Utah State Line is less than 7 miles away, cell phone towers from Utah (and the surrounding Navajo Nation) often will be the wrong time! Do yourself a favor and do like the locals do: Manually set your cell phone to PHOENIX, AZ time.
The Navajo Sandstone here is unlike anywhere else! We do our tours early in the morning so you get to see it at its best!
*Lake Powell is managed by the 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.