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Jun 23, 2014 17:01 |  #31

for the Lower Canyon i was there too late for the Photographers Pass. They stop that at 3pm but there was so much light in there you don't really need a tripod. I was shooting at 1000-1600 iso on 5d3 at 5.6 with great results. To tell you the truth im glad i didn't take the tripod because getting through some spots was tight, i had a good time just regular pass and wife in hand. Got great shots without tripod. UPPER canyon is another story that place was dark and definitely recommend photographers pass to get tripod in there.


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Jun 24, 2014 15:58 |  #32

We were there last week. Here are some photos.

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Jun 24, 2014 23:11 |  #33

Littlejon Dsgn wrote in post #16989665 (external link)
Can anyone provide some additional information on some of the other slot canyons. I will be going with my wife and daughter in mid Feb next year. It does not sound like I can do the photography pass in the lower without splitting from the family which kind of sucks (I did send the company an email to clarify). So I am looking into other optons. O and that was for the Lower canyon.

If you want to see canyons similar to Jackalope, and don't mind the expense: http://www.overlandcan​yontours.com/ (external link)

Waterholes is a far cry from either section of Jackalope, but it does have some nice sections. It's also on the reservation, about 6? miles s. of Page. Passes are cheap and crowds non-existent.

Otherwise, check out some of these: http://www.americansou​thwest.net/slot_canyon​s/map.html (external link)
Close to Page, Wire Pass + Buckskin is an obvious destination, and there are several pretty hikes in the general vicinity of Cottonwood Canyon Rd.




  
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Jun 30, 2014 09:33 |  #34

Littlejon Dsgn wrote in post #16989665 (external link)
Can anyone provide some additional information on some of the other slot canyons. I will be going with my wife and daughter in mid Feb next year. It does not sound like I can do the photography pass in the lower without splitting from the family which kind of sucks (I did send the company an email to clarify). So I am looking into other optons. O and that was for the Lower canyon.

There are bunches of slot canyons in Utah. Two of the better known canyons are Little Wild Horse and Bell, which are connected, up near Goblin Valley SP. Also Crack Canyon. You can do a search and find info on these places. (that shot by beachbum is horrifying, no thanks.)

Here is a shot of Little Wild Horse -

https://www.flickr.com …769999283/in/ph​otostream/ (external link)


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