Do You Know These 9 Facts About Antelope Canyon? Arizona 

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Antelope Canyon is a fascinating slot canyon famous for its incredible, otherworldly beauty that is close to Page, Arizona.

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Antelope Canyon consists of two distinct canyons – Upper Antelope Canyon and Lower Antelope Canyon.

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Formation by water and wind – over millions of years, flash floods and erosive forces, primarily wind and water

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Navajo Nation Lands – Both the Upper and Lower Canyons are located on Navajo Nation lands.

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Changing Colors – The colors of Antelope Canyon change throughout the day as sunlight filters through the narrow openings above.

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Limited Access – Access to Antelope Canyon is restricted, and visitors may enter only with an authorized Navajo guide.

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Beaming phenomenon – The famous light rays occur during certain times of the year when sunlight enters through specific holes in the valley ceiling.

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Size Variations – The width and depth of Antelope Canyon can vary greatly.

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Photography Heaven – Photographers flock to Antelope Canyon for its amazing views.

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