Spent a couple of days traveling Northern Arizona for my Dad’s 79th birthday. Though I pushed him pretty hard with a lot of walking, he managed to do alright. Day one consisted of Wupatki National Park, Sunset Crater, Horseshoe Bend and a guided tour of Lower Antelope Canyon.
It’s hard to believe the variety how diverse Arizona can be within a two hour drive. Expect an hour plus walk with some mild to a little moderate walking (ladder climbing and some occasional ducking/contortion). This is the second time I have been – this time in the late afternoon and a previous trip in the early morning. Definitely a different experience on lighting and the photos you can take.
Both times offer a unique experience and if you are ever near Page, it is well worth making a reservation. It can be busy, so check well in advance.
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