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Photograph America Newsletter on More Hidden Desert Canyons, Utah / Arizona
 
This newsletter includes directions to more slot canyons in the area around Page, Arizona, and Lake Powell. These canyons are some of the most spectacular geological formations to be found on the deserts of our Southwest. Some are located on the Navajo Reservation, some are on BLM land, and one (The Subway) is located within the boundaries of Zion National Park. Some of these canyons, along the Burr Trail, are easy to find and others, on Navajo land, are very remote and subject to closure by the Navajo Nation or the Feds. This newsletter includes an update on Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons, tips on exposure techniques in the deep and dark slot canyons and help on avoiding the rattlesnakes. Recommendations on the best months and best times of day are included.
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Updated - November 2008
This newsletter includes directions to slot canyons in the area around Page, Arizona, and Lake Powell. These canyons, on the Navajo Reservation, on BLM land, and in Zion National Park, are some of the most spectacular geological formations on the deserts of our Southwest.
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Locations
  • Lower Antelope Canyon
  • Upper Antelope Canyon
  • Bell Canyon
  • Bleeding Heart Canyon
  • Brimstone Gulch
  • Cardiac Canyon
  • Chute Canyon
  • Cottonwood Wash Narrows
  • Dry Fork of Coyote Gulch
  • Grosvenor Arch
  • Horseshoe Bend
  • Kolob Canyon
  • Peek-A-Boo Gulch
  • Spooky Gulch
  • The Subway
  • Swett Canyon
  • Trachyte Creek
  • Wild Horse Canyon
  • Woodruff Canyon