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EARLY MORNING OR LATE AFTERNOON FOR ANTELOPE CANYON TOUR?

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Hard to believe we are leaving for Utah/Arizona next Saturday. We have been waiting for this trip for nearly two years. We will be flying into Phoenix and then drive to Page to spend a day there. We then spend time in Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands, and Arches. On the final day we visit four corners and monument valley before heading back to Phoenix.

We have our itinerary very well set except for one thing...we must do our Antelope Canyon tour at either 5pm on Saturday or somewhere between 8:30am and 10:00am Sunday morning. I know neither of these times is ideal in terms of the best light for pictures, but was wondering which of the two might be best.

Thanks again to the many people on this forum whose insight and suggestions were invaluable in the planning of our trip...Spirobulldog in particular.

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