Antelope Valley is on the Navajo reservation and is only accessible if you go on their guided tour. Although it is a short hike, only about 1/4 mile, it is entirely through a slot canyon. Probably one of the most scenic and photographed slot canyons in the world.
Some of us also hiked Wire Pass Trail in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Also full of slot canyons, the colors were not so vibrant, but you didn't have to have a guided escort and we found petroglyphs. Plus, I got to take Fancy for a hike as well. This hike was approximately 7 miles that day.
Petroglyphs in Wire Pass
Here we are climbing on our way out. We decided to climb over the slot canyons instead of through them.
Here I am standing in one of the slot canyons.
And here are Fancy and I taking a break.