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 Point explains the deposition of the rock layers, the uplift of the Colorado Plateau, and the carving of the Grand Canyon.
If you are interested in seeing and identifying the various landmarks from Yavapai Point, the National Park Service has provided you with this image of visible Grand Canyon landmarks.
Grand Canyon Lodging
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, mode...Grand Canyon Geology
Geology Of The Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is always changing. The layers of the Grand Canyon provide a window into two billion years of the Earth's history.
The rock formed from sediments is thousands of feet in thickness. Around 1.8 billion yea...Grand Canyon Day Hikes
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 Sou...Grand Canyon Hiking - Royal Arch Loop
Grand Canyon National Park - Royal Arch Loop Trail
The Royal Arch Loop trail in the Grand Canyon, begins and ends at the South Bass trailhead. The Royal Arch Loop is recommended for experienced canyon hikers only.
In order to hike this difficult t...Grand Canyon Hiking - North Kaibab Trail
Grand Canyon North Kaibab Trail
The North Kaibab Trail is the only maintained trail from the North Rim that drops into the Grand Canyon. You can take a short hike to Coconino Overlook (1.5 miles round-trip) or even to Supai Tunnel (4 miles r...