A few miles outside of Page, Arizona. Advertising everywhere!
On Navajo land just outside of Page, Arizona. Can only be accessed via tour and no tripods. Very crowded and even with a "photo tour" you are still rushed and have very little time to even think of a composition. Luckily I had a very good guide and a small group. It surely helped that I'd been there before so I already knew what I wanted. In my opinion, if I had to choose between the upper or lower canyon I would choose the lower as I feel it has "a lot" more photo opportunities and is MUCH less crowded. Personally I don't need the sunbeams that upper canyon is famous for. Be prepared, good camera and lens, high ISO and handheld. I have a 24x36 metal print of this image in my home, handheld with ISO of 2000 and it looks great. I had my brother along as a kind of porter. He took zero images but was awestruck just the same. Bottom line is that both of the canyons should be on your bucket list, it all depends on how well you handle crowded conditions and a very fast pace. Enjoy!