Arizona Friends of Chamber Music: Fry Street Quartet
Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
2013 3rd Annual Arizona Balloon Classic
Prescott Outdoor Adventure and Wine Tasting - Guided Tour
Transportation from downtown Prescott, qualified guide, choice of adventure, wine tasting, and handcrafted lunch.
Family Ski Package - Arizona Snowbowl
Includes room, 4 lift tickets to Arizona Snowbowl, $25 breakfast voucher and 20% off in our restaurants
Consider the Grand Canyon your hiking paradise. With miles of caves to explore, more than 1,500 unique plant types to discover and 300 species of birds to spy, the canyon offers incredible hikes with excitement at every switchback. The Grand Canyon's most popular hike is the Bright Angel Trail, which starts at Grand Canyon Village – but the Grand Canyon offers several hiking trails you can explore.
- Bright Angel Trail: 19 Miles (Round Trip)
This comfortable and safe two-day trip (one day down, one day back) will take hikers through the lush green strip of Garden Creek, past the superb overlook at Plateau Point and down a challenging set of switchbacks known as the Devil's Corkscrew before finally reaching the Inner Gorge. The last section involves crossing the slender, see-through Bright Angel Suspension Bridge, which also provides the quickest route to Phantom Ranch and the end of the trail. Note that the National Park Service does not recommend hiking in and out of the canyon in one day. If you’re looking for a day hike, descending just to Indian Garden or Plateau Point are good options.
- South Kaibab Trail: 12.6 Miles (Round Trip)
Shorter than the Bright Angel Trail, and with an initial section that stays atop the narrow, exposed Cedar Ridge, the South Kaibab Trail offers hikers fantastic views of the canyon. If you’re just out for the day, Cedar Ridge is your cue to turn back toward the rim – at this point, the trail starts a steep descent to Skeleton Point, where you can catch your first glimpse of the Colorado River. From there the hike continues along the Tonto Trail to Tipoff, the entrance to the Inner Gorge, and over the narrow 400-foot Kaibab Suspension Bridge before finally ending at Phantom Ranch.
- North Kaibab Trail: 14.5 Miles (Round Trip)
This North Rim hike is a challenging two-day trek from rim to river and back again. The trail begins by descending into Roaring Springs Canyon – your turnaround point if taking a day trip – before continuing through the brief Supai Tunnel and on into the canyon's striking Supai Sandstone layer. From there, the trail takes hikers over Redwall Bridge, past Roaring Springs and Ribbon Falls, and on into the Inner Gorge between the twin thousand-foot walls of the ancient black Vishnu Schist before ending at Phantom Ranch.
- Hualapai Trail: 8 Miles
Off the beaten path but unbelievably beautiful, the Hualapai Trail from Hualapai Hilltop to the village of Supai makes for a comfortable day hike through Havasu Canyon, at the heart of the Havasupai Reservation, where you’ll spy the turquoise, double-cascading waterfalls of Havasu Falls. The round-trip hike can be done in a day, or spend the night in the village of Supai, where a thriving campground and comfortable lodge are available. Reservations for both the lodge and the campground must be made in advance.
Before you begin, also read the Grand Canyon National Park website’s hiking tips. Despite the park’s popularity, many areas can be remote, difficult to reach and dangerous – meaning it’s up to you to stay prepared, educated and well equipped for your own safety.
For More Information
For a complete list of hiking opportunities at Grand Canyon National Park, as well as information on guided and group recreational and educational hikes, visit:
Located 1.5 miles from South Rim entrance to Grand Canyon. Continental breakfast. Indoor pool and hot tub.
1 1/2 miles from South Rim entrance. Indoor pool, great restaurant. We offer the Native American experience.
The newest hotel at the Grand Canyon features a lodge atmosphere, family environment, indoor pool and spa, large gift shop specializing in Native American jewelry, and the Canyon Star Restaurant & Saloon.
Only lodging in the park at the South Rim. 7 restaurants, gift shops, mule ride. All competitive prices.
At the Grand Canyon’s only resort property, it will be hard to pass up all the choices you will find at the Grand Canyon Squire Inn. Located at the south rim entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park.
Canyon Plaza Resort is the perfect location to take full advantage of the best that the Grand Canyon has to offer. Restful accommodations, expansive lobby, and inviting adobe fireplace. Enjoy our seasonal outdoor pool and hot tub or 18' indoor
R.P. Thurston built the family operated lodge in 1963. It is ideally located in the center of the small town of Tusayan, just one mile away from the Grand Canyon within walking distance of many restaurants and gift shops.
All of your Southwestern favorites for breakfast and lunch. Served to order in a lively environment at the Grand Canyon Park entrance.
Enjoy the elegance of fine dining at the Coronado Room. Fine wines paired with the chef's creations - from Southwestern to seafood, steaks and wild game.
El Tovar is perhaps the most distinguished accommodation offered within Grand Canyon National Park. Located 20 feet from the South Rim, this rustic lodge with a large porch offers thrilling views of the canyon and wonderful people-watching opportunitie
Experience a breathing taking flight over the most beautiful scenery in the Western United States.
Elk Ridge Ski Area is a family oriented ski, snowboard and tubing recreation area. Nestled at the southwestern entrance to the Grand Canyon, Elk Ridge offers spectacular views. From Elk Ridge, you are minutes away from the city of Williams, Arizona.
World-class Grand Canyon whitewater river-rafting adventures -- motorized and rowing. Three to 14 days. Ages 8-87! All Inclusive.
Experience the vacation adventure of a lifetime on a Grand Canyon Colorado River rafting trip. Since 1970 Arizona River Runners has provided complete Grand Canyon white water rafting trips.
The Hualapai Reservation area offers hunting, fishing, hiking and camping facilities. The hunting expeditions are world renown. Access into the Grand Canyon by car and tours to the western rim of the Grand Canyon and rivers rafting on the Colorado Rive
Grand Canyon Airlines offers air tours, combo tours and all-day excursions to Grand Canyon, Monument Valley and Rainbow Bridge/Lake Powell. AAA/AARP
Travel on the Sunset Limited between Los Angeles and New Orleans. Stops in Phoenix and Tucson. Enjoy the journey!
Serving the Grand Canyon since 1965. Offering helicopter tours, plane and bus tours, combos, canyon landings and more. AAA/AARP.
Since 1960, Pink Jeep Tours has been providing the most talked about off-road adventures in the Southwest. You gotta do it!
Enjoy one of our air tours over the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Lake Powell, Sedona, or any other location you may wish to visit.
Colorado River Discovery offers spectacular rafting trips on the mighty Colorado River. Trips depart from Page, Arizona, March 1 - November 30, 2011.
Specializing in one-day trips from Sedona to the Grand Canyon and other scenic and Native American sites in Northern Arizona.
Grand Canyon West: home of Skywalk, Hualapai River Runners (Grand Canyon whitewater rafting) and Hualapai Lodge on Route 66.
One of National Geographics's "Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth." Guided Grand Canyon and Havasu Falls tours.
Located only 14 miles from Grand Canyon Ranch at the Grand Canyon West Rim, Grand Canyon Ranch is just 2 hours from Las Vegas, Nevada, and only 2 hours from Kingman, Arizona.
The right spot for a biker's experience: Start your tour from our station in Flagstaff, AZ or Sedona, AZ and visit our vintage truck stop from the 60's downtown on the historic Route 66.
We are a bus tour company with destinations throughout Arizona. Plan a customized trip or join us one of our organized tours.
Our goal is to offer the finest hiking tours available in the areas we know and love best.
Experience the vacation adventure of a lifetime on a Grand Canyon rafting trip.
Grand Canyon Concierge by Cobalt Escapes is the ideal one stop solution when planning your Grand Canyon adventure.
Canyoneers is the oldest river running company licensed to operate in Grand Canyon National Park.
Sierra Vista Shuttle and Taxi.
Welcome to Flagstaff, the Arizona-Gateway to the Grand Canyon.
Colorado River rafting through the Grand Canyon gives both guides and customers a chance to experience the true spirit of the Canyon, gain a new perspective on life, and connect with many others who appreciate this unique outdoor experience.
Offer guided tours of the Grand Canyon, Sedona and more, with custom vehicles and expert guides who know how to have fun.
Desert Skies is where the peace and serenity offered by the desert provides a perfect oasis for retirement living, a vacation from winter, or a welcome break on the road.
AOA specializes in bike rentals and guided adventure trips from single-day hiking, biking, kayaking, and rafting in Phoenix to multi-day guided hiking, biking, and backpacking in the Grand Canyon, Havasupai, and the greater Southwest.
Central reservations for all the rafting trips available in Grand Canyon from 1-19 days, motorized and oar powered.
Arizona V-Twin Dreams is a receptive tour operator based in Phoenix and offering tours between 10 and 25 days to visit mainly the National Parks in Arizona, Utah, Nevada, California and New Mexico.
We are a great location for spending 3 nights to see the Grand Canyon, Sedona & Flagstaff. Free WI-FI, parking and a unique 2 course gourmet breakfast each morning. An upscale B&B at affordable rates.