The Antelope Canyon 2020 Ultras will take place on March 14-15, 2020. This early season race will take runners through the Antelope Canyon region of beautiful Arizona, offering the best that the American desert and the Navajo Nation have to offer. Are you ready to learn more about the race? Read on to get all of the information that you need.
The Antelope Canyon 2020 Ultras Marathon is a trail run that will begin at the Page Shores Amphitheater in Page, Arizona, and take runners through beautiful locations in the area such as Horseshoe Bend, Waterholes Canyon, and the extremely famous Antelope Canyon. Sights and prices will vary depending on where each runner’s track is located. Registrations are open from now until December 15, 2019, with the late registration period running from December 16 up until the day of the marathon expo, which takes place at John C. Page Park on March 13 from 12pm to 7 pm. Runners are encouraged to visit the Vacation Races website to sign up and respond to the official 2020 Antelope Canyon Ultras Facebook event to receive important updates leading up to the days of the expo and the marathon.
Visitors coming to the Page area to watch or participate in the 2020 Marathon are in luck where lodging is concerned. Page offers a number of beautiful, high-quality hotel options. Here are some of the best in the area:
The lodging options above offer beautiful views of Lake Powell to enhance visitors’ experiences during the marathon. Vacation Races also recommends Lake Powell Resort for spectators and racers who want a truly high-end, luxurious experience during their stay in Page.
Visitors who want a truly well-rounded experience while visiting the Page area will want to consider booking a tour of beautiful Antelope Canyon around the time of the marathon. Antelope Canyon is the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest, with many lovely sights to see and a rich history to explore. At Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours, we provide tourists with enriching tours of Upper Antelope Canyon — the most popular of the two slot canyons that make up Antelope — led by members of the Navajo Nation who are highly knowledgeable when it comes to the Canyon and Navajo culture. Visitors can choose from two tour options: the Guided Sightseers Tour, which is great for all kinds of visitors and is discounted for children under 13, and the Guided Photography Tour, which is designed for serious photographers who want a specialized experience that allows them to capture professional photography inside Antelope Canyon.
Both tours offer a well-rounded experience that allows travelers to venture inside the Canyon, which is a sacred site of the Navajo people that is accessible only by permit and while accompanied by a tour guide. Anyone who is coming to see the Antelope Canyon Ultras should consider enhancing their visit with such a tour to experience everything that the Page area has to offer.
If visitors are already coming to Arizona to cheer on loved ones or enjoy the race, they should consider adding even more excitement by exploring the American desert landscape. Here are some ideas for inspiration:
Some travelers may even be able to fit in a visit to the Grand Canyon or an exciting hike during their stay. Planning a visit in advance can help visitors make the most of time spent in the Page region.
None of Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours’ guided packages require payment at the time of booking, and a tour can even be scheduled when a visitor arrives at the Canyon. To learn more about our tours, contact us today or browse our tour packages online. All reservations are completed via our website. Reserve your tour today and add some interest to your already exciting Antelope Canyon Marathon experience.