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A must see in our country. So beautiful! So many different areas of the park to see that offer different views of the canyon. I'm still stunned that we stayed here for two day! It was absolutely breath taking!
Family of 6 adults and 1 grandchild traveled from MO to AZ to see this great big hole in the grand. We were lucky, as the snow had melted and everything was so green and lush. We spent a short time at the Visitor Center...More
My husband has always talked about seeing the Grand Canyon. On our trip to vegas we rented a car and drove Route 66 to the Grand Canyon National Park. Great road trip!
Very busy highway on your way into the park. GO EARLY! I highly...More
These folks are always accommodating and working hard to help you enjoy the Grand Canyon. Park Rangers were very nice and spent extra time with my Granddaughter to help make her first experience a memorable one. Had a great time. Everyone was courteous and helpful....More
The Grand Canyon is beyond what words can describe. This should definitely be on your bucket list of places to visit in the U.S. The scenery is breathtaking beyond compare. Throughout the park you'll find plenty of information, historic details, and bits of trivia to...More
I've lived decently close to the Grand Canyon my entire life and just never made it a point to go. I am so happy that I finally planned a trip to visit. Pictures do not do the canyon justice. It is absolutely breathtaking. We took...More
Unfortunately on the day we went it was snowing, however it made the drive through the park to the Canyon very pretty. When we arrived at the canyon, it was still snowing, all flights had been cancelled and the canyon was filled with cloud, so...More
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This is the 100th Anniversary for Grand Canyon National Park so they are expecting and even larger number of visitors. Last year they estimated 7 Million people visited here. I am going to guess that by September that most... More
This is the 100th Anniversary for Grand Canyon National Park so they are expecting and even larger number of visitors. Last year they estimated 7 Million people visited here. I am going to guess that by September that most schools will be back in session so crowds may be down slightly. Even if it is busy, the Grand Canyon is a huge area for people to spread out and see. Many roadside pullout areas offer great views as well. Don't let the thought of crowds keep you away. This was my 3rd visit and I was equally in awe of the beauty here each and every visit. A must see for anyone and well worth the trip. We visited the South Rim this trip and it was truly amazing.
There is no service that I am aware of that picks you up from the canyon. Since your time is limited, perhaps you might want to walk a portion of the way down, conserving your energy for the return trip. Check out details... More
There is no service that I am aware of that picks you up from the canyon. Since your time is limited, perhaps you might want to walk a portion of the way down, conserving your energy for the return trip. Check out details for the Bright Angel Trail. This trail takes you about 3000' feet down to a view point. Be sure to bring plenty of water, layers of clothing, sunscreen, hat and sunglasses.