Lower Antelope Canyon
Going Down. If you don’t mind 130 steps down and then up, and don’t have vertigo or claustrophobia, you will love Antelope Canyon.
It is on Navajo land and requires a guide to visit.
It was formed by sandstone erosion. Rainwater, particularly monsoons, rushes into the narrow passageways and has eroded them deepening the corridors and smoothing out the stone. It has made for a fantastic morning walking them.
We have never seen anything like it.
Phew. We made it out.
We were fortunate to spent an afternoon with our friends Cindy and Steve on their boat on Lake Powell. The entire lake, unlike any we have ever visited, is surrounded by rock.
Lake Powell is a man-made reservoir on the Colorado River in Utah and Arizona, United States. It is a major vacation spot visited by approximately two million people every year. It is 186 miles long and nearly 2,000 miles of shoreline – longer than the entire west coast of the United States.
The boaters find small, sandy spots to pull their boats into and tie up for a fun day (or maybe week) of relaxation and/or activities.