Antelope Canyon & Bryce Canyon Trip

Posted April 7, 2020 by in News, Travel Information

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Are you trying to plan your next trip, and have you narrowed down your top two choices to Antelope Canyon in Arizona and Bryce Canyon in Utah? You don’t have to make a choice — it is possible to visit both in one trip. Here is some advice to help you plan your trip so you can explore both amazing locations and make some wonderful memories.

Best Route

There is one simple route between Antelope Canyon and Bryce Canyon National Park that will get you to your destination spot in about two hours and 50 minutes. Here are the steps to follow when leaving from Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours:

  1. Start at Arizona 98 West and follow it, Coppermine Road and South Lake Powell Boulevard until you reach US 89 in Page, Arizona.
  2. Follow US 89 until you reach Utah 12 East in Garfield County.
  3. Continue on this route until you reach Utah 63 South.

You will then reach Bryce Canyon National Park. Reverse these directions if you are starting your trip from Bryce Canyon.

Stop Suggestions

There are many side trips you can make between Antelope Canyon and Bryce Canyon to enhance your trip. Here are a few stop suggestions:

  • Wilson Peak
  • Bryce Zion Campground (if you want to get in some camping time)
  • Lake Powell (many beautiful hotels are located on or near the lake)
  • Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Remember that these stops take you off of your original route and increase your travel time. Plan your vacation accordingly.

Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours

When you are ready to make reservations to tour Antelope Canyon, book your Upper Antelope Canyon tour with Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours. We recently updated our tour options to improve visitor experience. We offer discounts for kids ages zero to 12 and include your required park permit fee in your overall price. Learn more by visiting our website today and get ready to see one of the most beautiful Arizona slot canyons in existence.