- Take a guided hike or horseback trail tour and see parts of the Grand Canyon you may not have an opportunity to see otherwise.
- See the Grand Canyon up close on a Grand Canyon tour by river. Ride the Colorado River and be a part of the millions of years of water, wind and energy that have carved this breathtaking wonder of the world.
- Take in the vastness and majesty of the Grand Canyon with all your senses at any one of several scenic viewpoints. It’s the classic way to see the Grand Canyon that’s perfect for everyone, regardless of age, physical condition or time availability.
- Get a bird’s eye view of the Grand Canyon on a helicopter or airplane tour. Seeing the Canyon by air will truly take your breath away. The views are spectacular...beyond compare. Whether by helicopter or airplane, be sure to see the Grand Canyon by air...and let your dreams take flight.
About the South Rim:
Most visitors come to the South Rim. Reservations for camping and lodging are essential. When making reservations for lodging and camping, remember to identify the rim you plan on visiting. Day-use visitors should expect traffic congestion and parking problems, particularly in summer. The least crowded time is November through February. However, winter weather is a major consideration when planning a trip during these months. The South Rim of Grand Canyon averages 7000 feet/2134 m above sea level. Visitors with respiratory or heart problems may experience difficulties. All walking at this elevation can be strenuous.
About the North Rim:
Along the vast Arizona Strip, the Kaibab Plateau rises to over 9,000 ft. The plateau is isolated in the high country. Its remote location keeps this section of the Grand Canyon pristine and beautiful. The Grand Canyon North Rim overshadows the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in subtle ways. The North Rim is enhanced by extreme erosion, faster uplift and a higher altitude resulting in more rain and vegetation growth than the south rim, but the most important factor is that the North Rim's secluded location means fewer visitors and more space for you!
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