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Antelope Slot Canyons, in Northern Arizona

There are hundreds of slot canyons in the Southwest, but these are the most spectacular. Discovered by a little Navajo girl while tending her sheep about
70 years ago. They were formed by hundreds of years of flash floods, wind, and debris. The walls are up to120 feet high from the canyon floor underground.
These two canyons - Upper and Lower Antelope - are tributaries to Lake Powell starting in Utah and extending into Northern Arizona, a man-made lake formed
by Glen Canyon Dam and flowing into the Colorado River which formed the Grand Canyon.
Miriam  fellow tourist
Miriam fellow tourist
Entrance to Lower Antelope Canyon
Entrance to Lower Antelope Canyon
Escape Route
Escape Route
Larry descending Ladder.
Larry descending Ladder.
Upper Antelope Canyon Entrance
Upper Antelope Canyon Entrance
Me, taken by Larry Fletcher
Me, taken by Larry Fletcher
Larry in the Slots
Larry in the Slots
Overhead Skylight
Overhead Skylight
Slot 218
Slot 218
Canyon with Larry
Canyon with Larry
Miriam 2
Miriam 2
Me in the Slots
Me in the Slots
Slot 0238
Slot 0238
Slot247.jpg
Slot247.jpg
Slots Larry 0240.jpg
Slots Larry 0240.jpg
Arch Pathway
Arch Pathway
Photographer Larry
Photographer Larry
Me ascending from the Slots
Me ascending from the Slots
Lake Powell Sunset - near the slots.
Lake Powell Sunset - near the slots.
Bridge over Glen Canyon & the Colorado River
Bridge over Glen Canyon & the Colorado River
Montezuma Castle, Arizona. Prehistoric cliff dwellings of the Sinagua culture for 400 years.
Montezuma Castle, Arizona. Prehistoric cliff dwellings of the Sinagua culture for 400 years.