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A trip to Lower Antelope Canyon. You do not need to reserve a spot, and it's cheaper than Upper Antelope Canyon. It also looks incredible throughout the entire day.
Your best bet is to book a tour with Ken's Tour. If you just show up, they will probably be sold out
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Now you can fly from Las Vegas to Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend in Page, Arizona. Take this 10-11 hour tour and be back in your Las Vegas Hotel for more fun.
http://www.nps.gov/glca/planyourvisit/upload/Horseshoe%20Bend2.pdf Distance: 1.5 miles (2.4 km) roundtrip. Walking time: 45 minutes. Whether this is your first or hundredth visit to this awe-inspiring bend in the Colorado River, you are guaranteed to see something new. The colors of the rocks change throughout the day, the shadows move in and out of the canyons, and as the river flows, it sparkles and shines in different shades of green and blue. As you make your way along the trail, use this guide to bring you closer to some of the details others may have missed along the way. The Trail As you walk up the path, the trudge up the sandy hill might seem like a nuisance; but it is actually a walk through cycles of time. About 200 million years ago this sand was part of the largest system of sand dunes the North American continent may have ever seen. These “sand seas” are known as ergs. Our enormous erg was eventually hardened by water and minerals into Navajo Sandstone, an amazing uniform, smooth sandstone layer. It stretches from Arizona to Wyoming, and it can be over two thousand feet thick in some places. When you reach the edge of Horseshoe Bend you will be looking down 1000 feet (305 meters) of the sandstone to the river. After the Navajo Sandstone hardened, other layers of sandstone, mudstone, and different sedimentary layers piled on top of it. Then, after a couple of million years, patient water in the form of rain, ice, floods, and streams, worked to erode away the different layers.Today the Navajo Sandstone is once again exposed, and its sand is slowly wearing away. So now, what you are walking upon is sand from the Navajo Sandstone, which was from the giant Jurassic erg – recycled sand! Recycled Sand Are you at the top of the hill? Look around you. In front of you is the rest of the trail to Horseshoe Bend, and beyond that are the Paria Plateau and Vermillion Cliffs, managed by the Bureau of Land Management. To your right the river leads up to Lake Powell in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Behind you, the ever-growing city of Page. And to your left stretches the vast Navajo Nation. You are standing at the crossroads of these unique natural and cultural meeting places. Where am I? As you descend, the path is a little bumpier. It alternates between a whitish gravel, more sand, and some pretty solid, sloping rocks, the Navajo Sandstone. Notice how the rock itself has diagonal striped layers. These are the remnants of the layers of the ancient massive sand dunes before they were petrified into stone. The whitish stones tell us how the sandstone was petrified. This rock is calcite, or limestone, the same rock that drips itself into cave formations. Back 180 million years ago, this mineral mixed in with the rain and snow to cement the grains of sand together. The process took about Crunchy Rocks 20 million years, but eventually all of the sand dunes were petrified by the calcite, retaining their beautiful sloping dune shapes. Today, as the grains of sand erode, chunks of the calcite also present themselves. As you get closer to the viewpoint, some of the rocks are covered with hard, sandy bumps. These are concretions of iron. Iron, being heavier than sand grains, was attracted to itself in ball shape while the sandstone was being petrified. Now that the sandstone is eroding away, the iron concretions are coming into view as well. When the little concretion balls break free from the rock, they are known as “Moki Marbles." You’ve made it. Worth the walk, wasn’t it? The view of Horseshoe Bend from the rim of the canyon is extraordinary. (You’ll need a wide-angle lens to get the entire scene in your picture!) If you find the height a little daunting, try lying down on the ground and looking over the edge that way. It gives you a much better sense of security. Make sure you keep an eye on your animal companions as well; they can slip as easily as you. Below you, the Colorado River makes a wide sweep around a sandstone escarpment. Long ago, as the river meandered southward toward the sea, it always chose the steepest downward slope. This downward journey did not always occur in a straight line, and sometimes the river made wide circles and meanders. As the Colorado Plateau uplifted about 5 million years ago, the rivers that meandered across the ancient landscape were trapped in their beds. The rivers cut through the rock, deep and fast, seeking a new natural level. Here at Horseshoe Bend, the Colorado River did just that, and as the river cut down through the layers of sandstone, it created a 270° horseshoe-shaped bend in the canyon. Conceivably, at some time far in the future, the river could erode through the narrow neck of rock, creating a natural bridge and abandoning the circular channel around the rock. Maybe in a few million years, this will be the site of a brand new natural bridge formed the same way as nearby Rainbow Bridge National Monument.
So this is the first time I tried to combine footage from my Inspire 2 and my iPhone X (don't call it an X). Lessons learned: Make sure both cameras are even close to the same frame rate and resolution. My iPhone was shooting 1920 @ 30fps and my I2 was shooting 5k @ 24fps - a little preparation would have done wonders! Need to find a way to turn off auto white balance on my iPhone - would have made editing much easier Hand-held shooting seems very smooth during the act - not so much when editing. Need to get some kind of stabilizer (or a real camera?) Because of white balance on my iPhone, color matching would have been very difficult had it not been for the fact that I shot everything in RAW on my I2. Most of the iPhone shots are a bit jerky - I think this might be because of the different frame rates since my timeline was 24fps. Not sure. The shot with the "massive caves" was me playing around with a 2 to 3 inch hole in the rocks with my iPhone - tried to make it look big - did it work?