Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon Field Trip

Located in Page, Arizona, breathless, the Antelope Canyons are Navajo owned and operated. The canyons have been broken up into two sections, Upper and Lower. Formed by erosion and still inhabited by local wildlife, the canyons are a marvel of shapes and colors like nowhere else in the world.

We invite you to come with us as we experience, explore and photograph the mythical Upper Canyons at night, under the stars. Stars and Star Trails through natures, natural Moonroof.

We have also planned to photograph the Lower Canyons on a separate day, during mid day. This is the perfect time to capture those beams of light or star bursts through the canyons and into the skies above or sand as it falls off the canyon walls creating a cool water like effect. There are endless compositions to be had here and we place to take advantage of as many as we possibly can.

If that wasn’t enough, located just South West, we will drive a short distance to capture at Sunrise a small section of the Colorado River called, Horseshoe Bend.

Please Contact Us with any questions or concerns.

North Rim, Grand Canyon

As if the Upper and Lower Canyons and Horseshoe Bend were not enough, we will photograph Sunset at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. A worthwhile trip for those who enjoy the road less traveled, the North Rim, or “other side” of the Grand Canyon is visited by only 10% of all Grand Canyon visitors. Part of Grand Canyon National Park, the North Rim is over 8000 feet in elevation which is 1000 feet higher than the South Rim. This layer of natural wonder will help elevate our perspective on some familiar formations such as Mount Hayden. There is something about the North Rim of Grand Canyon that invokes a sense of solitude and serenity. This is a place that invites you to slow down, to ponder, to feel your own innate creativity, and to fall in love with the landscape.

2018 Trip Length: 5 Days

May 3 – 7, 2018 Itinerary Outlines:

May 3rd – Group Arrival Day & Complimentary Welcome Dinner (YAY!)
May 4th – 5th Exploring and Photographing Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon. Sunrise at Horsehoe Bend and Sunset and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon
May 6th – Complimentary Group Breakfast, Lightroom and Photoshop Training, and Printing workshop begins
May 7th – Group Departure Day (WHAAAAAAA!)

Location: Upper, Lower Antelope Canyons, Horseshoe Bend and North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park

Upper Antelope Canyons at Night for Star Photography. Lower Antelope Canyon Mid-Day for Sunbeems and Canyon views. Sunrise at Horeshoe Bend. Sunset for North Rim Grand Canyon.

Group Size

Small group experience (max 8)

Accommodation: Included

A beautiful, spacious private residence with all the comforts of home will play host for this event.

Transportation: Included

A 12 passenger Van (or 2 Vehicles) for Transportation during the Field Trip will be provided. We will arrange to pick up and drop off to and from the airport so no need to rent a car.

You will need to get to Las Vegas for pick up where we will meet as a group and depart for Page, AZ together. For more specific details please contact us.

Welcome Dinner: Included

A Welcome Dinner on arrival day and Breakfast on Post Processing day will be provided during the trip.

For all other meals, we will make sure to coordinate those details, we can always return there for lunch or a break. Participants should bring their own food/snacks while we are in the field. We will provide water for the group.

Post Processing: Included

A full day of Lightoom and Photoshop mentoring is scheduled during this Field Trip. Every participant will receive a framed print of his/her favorite processed image of the trip.

Physical Rating: Average

The North Rim is over 8000 feet/2438 m. in elevation. Visitors with respiratory or heart problems may experience difficulties. Walking at this elevation can be strenuous but hikes are mild to moderate.

8 Spots Available

A single $500 USD deposit required to reserve your spot.

Total Trip Price: $2495 USD


To join the trip, fill out this form and we will forward you an invoice for the deposit. Once your deposit is complete your spot is reserved.

Please see our Payment and Refund Policy for more detailed information.

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Cancellation Policy

Your deposit is a firm commitment, and will be subject to a cancellation fee, which is why we recommend Trip Insurance. Please refer to the Payments and Refunds Policy section to read the full details of our policies.


While these descriptions represent the field trip’s planned itinerary, we reserve the right to revise it without notice as we see fit. Details on this page are also subject to change without notice. We reserve the right to cancel the trip if the minimum number of participants is not met. Participants are expected to be in fair health and be capable of spending the days walking around the various areas while carrying their own equipment.