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Lower Antelope Canyon 01
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Although many months known as its close neighbor, Lower Antelope Canyon is not lack of interest. Even if skylights are not the party, forms the canyon walls are more varied than in Upper Antelope Canyon and height of luxury, it is much less crowded than the latter. It is true when viewing pictures of Upper Antelope Canyon, we imagine only in this magical place while the reality is quite different given the crowd, especially at mid-day. In Lower point of all this especially if you enjoy the beautiful morning light arriving early (around 8am). The canyon is much longer than with a larger Upper altitude. A network of metal ladders can sink to the bottom. You will normally be accompanied by at least initially by a Navajo guide that will leave you then go about your way.

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Uploaded: 02/05/2014
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Tags: lower antelope canyon; canyon; arizona; usa; rocks; desert; sunset
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