The canyons sit on Navajo land and all travelers are required to pay for a pass to visit them, and the price varies depending on which tour company you use. Experts advise travelers to use a tour guide when visiting the canyon, as there is a danger of flash floods; in 1997 11 tourists died during one such incident. Photo by Travis Burke.

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