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Grand Canyon hike to Phantom Ranch was all our group of seven had expected and more when we made our reservations 13 months in advance. The 9.5 mile hike down was inspirational...each and every step was memorable. When finally reaching Phantom Ranch you are tired...More
The Phantom Ranch was everything we expected at the end of our 9.5 mile hike into the Canyon!
With a quaint cantina filled with games, tables,air conditioning and great lemonade we really enjoyed our family time there.
Hot clean showers, comfy beds and decent air...More
Trust me on this, if you are going to go down to the bottom of the Canyon you want to make reservations ahead of time for here (cabins or dorms) or for Bright Angel Camp (for tents). The weather is out of the hands of...More
Only 1% of people visiting Grand Canyon make it to the bottom. Reservations must me made well in advance. Phantom Ranch is your just reward for hiking down or straddling a mule for hours. The welcome air-conditioning in the 100+ degree heat was only bested...More
I booked this last year for a group of 14 of us and the reservation process was very time consuming but it is what it is. We had 7 kids ranging from 12 to 16 with us and it was sunny and over 100 degrees....More
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$49 - $138 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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What Dean L says is correct! The cabin has full linens and they are more than adequate to keep you warm. We were there at Thanksgiving and it was down in the 20s at night but we never got cold in bed. The main shower... More
What Dean L says is correct! The cabin has full linens and they are more than adequate to keep you warm. We were there at Thanksgiving and it was down in the 20s at night but we never got cold in bed. The main shower building has towels but I would recommend bringing your own bar soap and shampoo.