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Person Ages 13+
Child Ages 12 and under

View the iconic Rattlesnake & Owl Slot Canyon in Northern Arizona on this guided walking tour!

This guided walking tour will take you through the stunning slot canyons of Northern Arizona, showcasing its unique geology and diverse plant and animal life.

On this particular tour, we will focus on the slot canyons of Rattlesnake Canyon and Owl Canyon. These are narrow, winding gorges of sandstone walls formed by the erosion of high winds and flash floods. The canyons are known for their distinctive, undulating walls and its rich, varied colors. It is a popular destination for hikers and photographers, who come to explore its winding corridors and capture its beauty on camera.

As you make your way through the canyon, you’ll be surrounded by towering red rock cliffs and winding sandstone canyons. Keep an eye out for native plants such as yucca, cactus, and sagebrush, as well as a variety of animals including lizards, snakes, and birds of prey.

As you explore the canyon, your guide will provide you with fascinating information about the history and geology of the area. You’ll learn about the ancient Native cultures that once inhabited the canyon, as well as the geologic processes that shaped it over millions of years.

This walking tour is suitable for all fitness levels, and we’ll take frequent breaks to catch your breath and hydrate. Don’t forget to bring plenty of water and sun protection!

Overall, this walking tour offers the perfect blend of adventure, natural beauty, and history, making it an unforgettable experience for anyone who loves the outdoors.

Recommended items

  • Sunscreen
  • Wear suitable walking/hiking shoes,
    Closed-toed shoes are required
  • A water bottle
  • Warm clothing for winter months, temperatures are cooler in canyons

Items not allowed

  • Tripods, monopods, and selfie sticks
  • No firearms allowed on tours
  • No bags of any sort
  • No pets