GO Pass: Horseshoe Bend with Antelope Canyon Option

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  • 기간: 14 시 (대략)
  • 위치: Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 상품 코드: LASACH1D-SD

This form is a TOUR REQUEST FORM ONLY for GO Pass holders.

You will receive a confirmation voucher from

National Park Express when your tour is confirmed.


The tour includes:

  • Transportation from Las Vegas to Page, Arizona on a luxury motor coach
  • Admission to Horseshoe Bend Overlook
  • Bottled water and granola bar in the morning


Travelers have the option to purchase in advance an admission ticket to Antelope Canyon. This can be paid by credit card by selecting the desired ticket option on this page.  Antelope Canyon tickets are subject to availability, and should be booked in advance to make sure they are available.  Prices for Antelope Admission tickets do include the $8.00 Navajo Parks and Recreation entrance fee.


Tour Details
  • Tour is subject to operate based on minimum passenger count.
  • Cancellation Policy: cancellations made within 48 hours before departure will incur a charge on your credit/debit card.
  • In the event of sold out or unavailable tour dates, guests will be contacted to re-schedule.
  • In the event of an invalid, or expired GO Pass, a credit card will be requested to be charged $139 per guest for the tour.
  • Guests will also be responsible for charges of $139 in the event of a no show or cancellation within 48 hours for the tour; the advance purchase of an Antelope Canyon admission is non-refundable.

Horseshoe Bend Overlook

Horseshoe Bend Overlook requires a 1.5 mile (2.4km) walk with a slight incline over sand and some rocks. It is considered an easy hike, but can be challenging in the  heat. Page, Arizona is at a higher elevation than Las Vegas, at 4400 feet above sea level. It is very dry and sunny, and usually about 4-5 degrees cooler than Las Vegas. It is also possible to have heavy rains in Page, as well as snow in the winter. We recommend that guests bring comfortable shoes, sun hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. Also drink water throughout the day. If you have an umbrella, you might like to use it on the sunny hike to Horseshoe Bend Overlook

Antelope Canyon X


Antelope Canyon X is a unique section, is named
after the Xs carved into the Navajo Sandstone created by millions of
years of rainfall and wind.  You will be transported in a vehicle 3
miles to the mouth of Antelope Canyon X, where you then hike 100 meters
into Antelope Canyon X. At the bottom, your Navajo guides assist you
through a tour of the first slot canyon. After the first slot canyon
section is complete, guides accompany you on the 200-meter walk to the
second slot canyon section.  It includes 334 feet of walking, and great
lighting, with occasional light beams. In the afternoon, Canyon X shows
darker hues of purple and blue. There are no ladders involved in
visiting Antelope Canyon X.  


 

Lower Antelope Canyon

This section requires visitors to descend down
into the canyon using steep, narrow stairs.  There are a total of five
flights of stairs throughout Lower Antelope Canyon.  It is not very
difficult, as long as there are no mobility issues.  This section is
narrower, and is nicknamed Corkscrew Canyon.  It is mostly V-shaped,
with some A-shaped and parallel slot canyon walls, including 1335 feet
of walking.  There is great lighting all day and year-round. Light beams
usually appear late mornings except for in the Winter.


Optional Antelope Canyon walking tours begin just outside of the town of Page, overlooking Lake Powell. All tours within Antelope Canyon include a Navajo Guide.  Guests will walk approximately 1/4 mile within the slot canyon.  Once inside the canyon, guests will walk through a narrow sandstone canyon. Lower Antelope Canyon includes some ascents of staircases, moving toward the upper end of the canyon. There are numerous amazing photo opportunities and the experienced guides will share some history and culture of the area. The tour is approximately 60 minutes in duration. The advanced purchase of an Antelope Canyon admission is non-refundable.