Mid day in Little Antelope Slot Canyon, Arizona brings the best light
You can include Little Antelope Canyon in your Grand Canyon trip.
Little Antelope slot Canyon is near enough to the North and South Rim for to make it a day trip.
The slot canyon is a cave-like canyon completely surrounded by red rock except for a slit at the top where sunlight enters.
The opening at the top allows strong sunlight to enter during the mid day. Little Antelope Canyon is usually less crowded than upper Antelope Canyon.
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Little Antelope Slot Canyon near Page Arizona will offer use of the tripod and interesting photo opportunities
The slot canyons have an intriguing and endless variety of patterns,shapes, and colors but keep in mind that the slot canyons are underground conduits for rain water and can flood rapidly during thunderstorms. The Navajo who run the canyon will lower rope ladders in an emergency but it is best not to enter when there is any threat of storms even when the storms are miles distant.
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The best time for photographing in a slot canyon is at midday when the sun enters at the top and illuminates the rocks. At other times you will encounter a broad range of exposure
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Little Antelope Slot Canyon Photos, Little Antelope Slot Canyon Page, Arizona is across the road from the more popular Upper Antelope Canyon.
Small shuttle aircraft reach Flagstaff Arizona where there are rental vehicles available
Getting to Little Antelope Slot Canyon:
Traveling to the slot canyons by air, a convenient starting place would be Las vegas Nevada where you can pick up a rental car. An option is Phoenix Arizona.
From Phoenix or Las Vegas head towards the Grand Canyon North Rim/Marble Canyon. Take Antelope Pass before you reach Marble canyon and climb to 6,533 feet elevation where you will have a great view of the valley of the Colorado River. From the pass you have a long downhill glide to Page Arizona where you might be thinking mirage when you see the enigmatic towers of the Navajo Power Plant on Route 98. They loom over Antelope Canyon. Follow the road toward the power plant and watch for Little Antelope Slot Canyon on your left before you reach the plant.
The Slot Canyon at Little Antelope Slot Canyon and Upper Antelope Slot Canyon in Page Arizona offer interesting photos on a walk underground through red sandstone formations that have been shaped by rushing storm water.
Little Antelope Slot Canyon offers red sandstone formations that have been gouged out by rushing storm water.
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Photographers can use a tripod at Little Antelope Slot Canyon for interesting photo opportunities