Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park

In The Park in Grand Canyon

Field Institute

In its 14th season, the Grand Canyon Field Institute (GCFI) offers visitors the opportunity to explore one of North America's premier destinations in the company of seasoned guides. A program of the Grand Canyon Association, GCFI is dedicated to enhancing understanding and appreciation of Grand Canyon through firsthand experience. ...

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Ride A Mule

Mule rides into the canyon have been popular since Bright Angel Trail opened in 1891. To take a mule trip, you must be in good shape, not visibly pregnant, above 4 feet 7 inches tall, weigh under 200 pounds, and speak and understand English. Ask for information on suggested ...

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North Rim Activities

The North Rim offers spectacular scenery on the cool, moist Kaibab Plateau. Warm-weather activities include hiking, camping, sightseeing, photography, wildlife observation, pack tours, ranger programs and picnicking.  Highway 67 into the North Rim opens mid-May and closes with the first significant snowfall in November or December. Facilities are open from ...

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Grand Canyon Railway

ALL ABOARD TO THE GRAND CANYON! More than 100 years ago the first passenger train arrived at the South Rim. Today, Grand Canyon Railway continues this tradition by providing daily service between Williams, Arizona, and Grand Canyon National Park. Every morning at 9 and 10:30 a.m., a vintage train leaves ...

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