Antelope Canyon

    Antelope Canyon Antelope Canyon is four miles above Glen Canyon Dam in the Colorado River channel.  It is a narrow two mile canyon of Navajo Sandstone.  Hiking in Antelope Canyon is popular but access is often difficult from the water due to debris at the end of the canyon. Flash floods can occur in the in the narrow canyons of Lake Powell and visitors should not hike in these slot canyons if there is rainfall in the area. 


    Most visitors explore Antelope Canyon Navajo Tribal Park by driving on Arizona 98 a few miles southeast of Page, Arizona.  Several tour companies offer guided tours of Antelope Canyon.


    Adjoining Maps:


    Warm Creek

    Navajo Canyon


Antelope Canyon Fred's


Click on the topo map below to enlarge (Note: These are large files).

Antelope Topo

Topographical Maps (PDF files, opens in a new window):

Warm Creek Bay

Page, AZ

Map Information

    Antelope Island:


    Antelope Island is only an island when lake levels are above 3620 feet. When the lake level is below this boaters must travel through the Colorado River channel to go up lake from Wahweap Bay.


    Antelope Point Marina:


    A full service marina with fuel, restaurant, store and launch ramp.


    Glen Canyon Dam


    That large concrete thing holding back all that water.


    Glen Canyon Dam

Navajo Canyon:


Navajo Canyon exits into the Colorado River channel at mile 9.5. More information is contained on the Navajo Canyon page.


Navajo Generating Station:


Navajo Generating Station is a coal fire power plant located on the Navajo Indian Reservation. It provides power for the Central Arizona Project and many towns and cities in the U.S. Southwest.


Navajo Generating Station


Page, Arizona:


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