Like Lower Antelope Canyon, Upper Antelope, or Corkscrew, Canyon is on Navajo land and the Indians regulate the flow of visitors to these canyons. Corkscrew is only a few hundred yards long and is on level ground so it is fairly easy to navigate and photograph. Lower Antelope, on the other hand, is miles long and requires the use of ladders to navigate its lower reaches. I personally like Corkscrew better for its photogenic qualities (and maybe the fact that I am slightly claustrophobic).
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