Grand Canyon National Park
Grand Canyon Mule Rides
One of the most exciting trips you can take while visiting Grand Canyon National Park is the famous mule ride.
The mule rides are very popular with park visitors and if you are wanting to have the experience, make sure you make your reservations early!
Xanterra South Rim, L.L.C. is authorized by the National Park Service to provide a variety of visitor services within Grand Canyon National Park. They offer two guided mule rides into the Grand Canyon from the South Rim.
Posted : April 10, 2010 | Comments : 0 |
Grand Canyon Day Hikes
Day hikes are a great way to experience the Grand Canyon. There are great day hikes that you can take from either the South Rim or the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
South Rim Day Hikes:
These day hikes are located at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. These popular hikes range from easy to difficult.
We have provided you with a brief overview of the trail and even videos that will give ...Posted : March 18, 2010 | Comments : 0 |
Tours of The Grand Canyon
While planning your trip to the Grand Canyon, you might want to consider one of the many Grand Canyon Tours that are available.
Grand Canyon tour packages range in duration from half-day to two-week long tours. Some of the most popular are the combination Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas.
The variety of Grand Canyon tours provides you with a lot of different opportunities during your Grand Canyon vacation.
Posted : March 13, 2010 | Comments : 0 |
Grand Canyon National Park Webcam
A great way to see the current weather conditions in Grand Canyon National Park is to view the Grand Canyon webcam (click image to view).
The webcam is located at Yavapai Point on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. In addition to the webcam, Yavapai Point is also the location of the historic Yavapai Observation Station.
A new geology exhibit at Yavapai Poi...Posted : March 12, 2010 | Comments : 0 |
Developed And Backcountry Camping At Grand Canyon National Park
Camping is a great way to experience Grand Canyon National Park. If you enjoy "roughing" it while you are in the Grand Canyon, you have several types of camping experiences to enjoy.
There are both developed and backcountry camping allowed in Grand Canyon National Park. Developed camping is where vehicles are permitted. Backcountry camping requires you hike or raft to the campsite.
For developed...Posted : March 11, 2010 | Comments : 0 |
Hiking In The Grand Canyon - What You Need To Know
Hiking the Grand Canyon is a wonderful way to experience Grand Canyon National Park up-close and personal.
There are a lot of hiking trails that provide you with a nice selection of hikes depending on your experience and fitness.
Hiking in the Grand Canyon is different from many other hiking areas. The terrain is steep, you are at fairly high elevation, drinking water is scarce, and temperatures can be extreme.Posted : March 11, 2010 | Comments : 0 |
Grand Canyon Hotels and Lodging
During your Grand Canyon vacation, you will find there are a lot of great Grand Canyon hotels and lodging.
There are old historic Grand Canyon hotels, a remote ranch that is accessible by hiking or riding mules, modern hotels and motels that are in Grand Canyon National Park.
We recommend that you make your Grand Canyon lodging reservations as soon as possible. The Grand Canyon is one of the most popular National Parks to visit and the local hotels fill quickly.
Posted : March 11, 2010 | Comments : 0 |
Grand Canyon National Park Maps
One of the most important items you will need for planning your trip to the Grand Canyon is a good map.
There are a lot of different Grand Canyon National Park maps. We have provided you with several types of Grand Canyon maps including general road maps, land ownership, a virtual tour, and links to National Park Service interactive maps that you can enlarge and even print.
If you are interested in a high quality satellite image m...Posted : March 11, 2010 | Comments : 0 |
The North Rim Of The Grand Canyon
Plan on visiting the North Rim of the Grand Canyon if you want to avoid the summer heat and summer crowds.
You will get a much different view of the Grand Canyon from the North Rim. The weather is usually cooler, there are a lot less people, and the area isn't as developed as the South Rim
The North Rim offers spectacular views and plenty of day hikes that allow you to explore a different part of the Grand Canyon.
Posted : March 11, 2010 | Comments : 0 |
The Skywalk Gives You A Unique View Of The Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon Skywalk is a new but controversial addition to attractions at the Grand Canyon. To some people, the Grand Canyon Skywalk is an eyesore, to others, it provides a great visitor experience and a much needed sourcer of income for the Hualapai Tribe.
Opening in March of 2007, the Skywalk took 2.5 years of hard work and $30 million dollars to complete. The Skywalk is not a National Park Service operation, it was built by the Hualapai Tribe.
Visitors to the Grand Canyon Skywalk will have to pay two di...Posted : March 11, 2010 | Comments : 0 |
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