The Grand Canyon's North Rim is a fantastic spot to escape the summer throngs that often crowd scenic byways, shuttles, and trails along the more developed South Rim.
Check out our itinerary for the perfect road trip from Los Angeles to the Grand Canyon, offering some excellent stops and scenic detours along the way.
With a dusting of fresh snow frosting its rust-tinted sandstone walls, Grand Canyon National Park is a simply magical sight.
Get ready to take on the challenge of the Big Ditch — here's the top backpacking routes to consider when planning your trip.
With dark skies, amazing scenery and vistas, and an abundance to do along the way, a trip to the canyon is an amazing way to spend a weekend — or week!
These yurts, tents, tiny homes, and trailers are the perfect way to experience the grit and solitude of wilderness camping, without sacrificing creature comforts entirely.
Grand Canyon's epic desert landscape attracts millions of visitors every year, but only the truly determined get enjoy its hidden waterfalls.
If you’re heading up to the Grand Canyon South Rim from Phoenix, there’s plenty to see along the way.
Less than one percent of Grand Canyon National Park’s annual visitors venture below the rim. But, for the brave few who journey down below, there are a wealth of historic and geological wonders to behold.