Is it the eighth natural wonder of the world? The breath-taking Antelope Canyon in Navajo Arizona is what is known as a slot canyon, created by flood water that seeps into the fissures of the Navajo Sandstone and over time erodes deep and torturous channels into the bedrock which eventually became the canyon.   The canyon is made of an upper and lower canyon, running at an average depth of 30 metres and 5 to 7 metres apart and is thought to be named after the herds of antelope that used to graze on its rim in winter.

It is only fitting that these magnificent swirling, rock waves of red and orange sandstone were created by water.