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How to Travel to the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park (SOUTH RIM) is located 60 miles north of Williams, Arizona (via route 64 from Interstate 40) and 80 miles northwest of Flagstaff (via route 180). Grand Canyon lies entirely within the state of Arizona.
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Grand Canyon – South Rim Viewpoints

There are over 19 points at which you can stop and take in the breathtaking scenery at the South Rim. There are, however, highlights among these that shouldn’t be missed.
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Four Corners Monument

The Four Corners Monument marks the quadripoint in the Southwest United States where the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah meet. It is the only point in the United States shared by four states, leading to this area being called the Four Corners region. … Read More

Grand Canyon National Park- Operation Hours and Fees

Information you will need to know before you get to the Grand Canyon including the entrance fees and hours of operation. … Read More

Monument Valley & Canyon de Chelly

Monument Valley entrance to the four corners. … Read More

Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours

Take to the skies for the ultimate Grand Canyon experience. Helicopter tours of Grand Canyon National Park offer limitless expanses of natural beauty. View our featured Grand Canyon helicopter tour savings packages. … Read More

Grand Canyon River Rafting Tours

Ride the river! Grand Canyon river rafting tours are an exciting way to experience the unforgettable beauty of Arizona. See our featured river rafting expeditions, which can be booked directly at the hotel. … Read More

Grand Canyon Sunset Jeep Tours

Grand Canyon Sunset Jeep Tours offer a dramatic and unforgettable way to experience the beauty of the southwest. Get in on all the off-road fun of an exciting Grand Canyon Jeep adventure tour. … Read More

Grand Canyon Hiking Trails & Tips

Hiking in the Grand Canyon can be both exhilarating and challenging. Smart preparation is the key. These handy Grand Canyon hiking and trail tips will help keep you on the right path. … Read More

Grand Canyon Skywalk – Landmark Controversy

Grand Canyon Skywalk has been a controversial attraction, since before it was even completed in 2007. Scaling skyscraper-like heights of more than 3,600 feet above the canyon floor, the horse-shoe shaped glass bridge offers unparalleled Grand Canyon views. … Read More

Cruise Route 66 Attractions

Arizona’s Route 66 offers a legendary stretch of national landmarks and unforgettable desert attractions. Get a little background information about attractions and facts on the stunning natural wonders and historical landmarks that dot fabulous Route 66. … Read More

Free Admission to Grand Canyon National Park August 25, 2013

Take advantage of a free admission day for Grand Canyon National Park.  Our rates are great this week of August 24th and 25th and the park is free.  Please feel free to email me for any questions; guestservices@cprgc.com  or go … … Read More

Havasu Falls

The world famous Havasu Falls can be reached by Helicopter, horseback or an 8 mile trek. Take a look at the web site at havasupaitribe.com. Accommodations are very limited and camping is based on reservations. The trail head to hike … … Read More

Grand Canyon Interesting Facts

You only think you know the Grand Canyon! To learn more about the world’s most-visited 17-million-year-old hole in the ground, check out these interesting Grand Canyon fun facts and figures. … Read More

SOUTH RIM SHUTTLE BUS ROUTES 2011

This spring, free shuttle buses are operating on three routes. •The routes interconnect, but do not overlap. •No tickets are required, and bus stops are clearly marked throughout the park by signs. •Buses are white with a green stripe. •The … … Read More

Page, Arizona

Page is one of the best gateways from the Grand Canyon … Read More

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