Since when was being crammed elbow-to-elbow in a confined space with hundreds of people you don’t know from Adam anyone’s idea of a vacation? Unfortunately, that has become the rule instead of the exception at both Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon, and you don’t want anything to do with it.
How would you like to experience some of Page, AZ’s most exquisite slot canyon scenery, and a rugged yet simple nature hike, in an atmosphere of peace and tranquility? It’s all possible in Cathedral Canyon!
Join Chief Tsosie’s Antelope Slot Canyon Tours for a special trip to an even more special place. Located near the Navajo Reservation town of LeChee, AZ, Cathedral Canyon evokes feelings of reverence and awe with features like 100’ high sandstone walls and super-sized boulders thrust into gravity-defying nooks and crannies by intense flash floods, hundreds, maybe even thousands of years ago. Your Navajo Indian guide will share fascinating facts about the animal life in the area, and the practical uses for the native plants that grow in the surrounding desert.
Like many slot canyons in the Page, AZ area, this one does require some effort on your part, such as crawling under a few boulders, and climbing a 10’ ladder to enter the canyon. There are also some very narrow areas to squeeze through. Individuals who are severely claustrophobic should consider carefully whether they’d enjoy this tour. Otherwise, general consensus of opinion is that if you can manage Lower Antelope Canyon, you can manage Cathedral Canyon. The best part? Tour group sizes are intentionally kept smaller for a more personalized, low-key experience.
Tours depart daily* from Chief Tsosie’s Antelope Slot Canyon Tours** in downtown Page, Arizona. Because tour groups are deliberately limited in size, advance reservations are strongly recommended. Book now to guarantee your space on the Cathedral Slot Canyon Tour!
* Operation of tours is weather permitting and may be contingent on a certain number of passengers confirmed to guarantee departure
**This tour does not go to Antelope Canyon