Antelope Canyon


High on the list of Arizona places where people feel a spiritual connection to nature is Antelope Canyon, aka Corkscrew Canyon. Were you to merely hopscotch over the tiny slits in the rocky terrain on the surface, you might never know of the awe-inspiring beauty that lies in the slot canyon below. Like many of Arizona’a natural wonders, Antelope Canyon rests on reservation land and is accessible only on a guided tour.

On the surface, this is what you see.

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Photo by Sandy Ibarra

To see the full beauty, you have to go beneath the surface.

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Photo by Sandy Ibarra
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Photo by Sandy Ibarra
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Photo by Wendy Redford Pitney
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Photo by Wendy Redford Pitney
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Photo by Wendy Redford Pitney

 

Thinking of going? Start with this…

Okay Google, where is Antelope Canyon?

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