Paddleboard Antelope Canyon With Us!
Lake Powell is a paddleboarder’s dream and that is why it is one of top-rated paddle destinations in the world!
With the majestic canyon walls and incredible slot canyons, it is unlike anywhere else on earth. We will take you to one of the world’s most amazing places to SUP (Stand-up Paddleboard)here at Lake Powell- Antelope Canyon. Antelope Canyon is world-renowned for its incredible slot canyon, but few have seen it from the water.
We paddle from the Antelope Point Public Boat Ramp into the canyon where you will be floating in a deep canyon with beautiful red cliffs surrounding you. Due to the distance and time restraints, this tour is only for people who have paddleboarded before, not for beginner paddleboarders.
If you are a beginner, we recommend doing a rental so you can go at your own pace. Lessons in the shop are provided to get you started. If you would like a beginner tour please contact us!
Yes, you can paddle Antelope Canyon. The section of Antelope Canyon that is closed is the walking tour area on the Navajo Nation. We only go to the National Park section which is all OPEN!
How it Works:
We meet at the shop 45 minutes prior to your start time (for example, If your tour starts at 8:00 am please be at our shop at 7:15 pm). Here 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 and meet your guide. The drive is approximately 11 miles (17.7 km), where you will enter the park and meet your guide. PLEASE NOTE: There is a $30.00 National Park entry fee not included in the tour price which is payable by cash or card at the Park entrance. 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.
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.
Still have questions? Contact us for more information.
*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. Payment is made at any Park entrance station and is good for 7 days.