Welcome to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park. Enjoy the various spectacular viewpoints giving onto one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Autumn and Spring are the best seasons to visit this part of the Grand Canyon.
Go through the Grand Canyon from west to east and discover a region that might make you dizzy at several places and learn more about the history of the people who have lived there for years until this place.
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For the hikes
Warning: you must bring a lot of food and water. The hikes are very exhausting and the temperature often rises to 40 degrees during summer months. You must also know your limits. The hike will be much more pleasant if you don't get too tired.
Directions: The North Rim entrance is located 48km south Jacob Lake on Highway 67; the rim itself is 22km south. Jacob Lake, Arizona, is located in northern Arizona on Highway 89A, near the Utah border. A shuttle service between Flagstaff/Sedona/Williams and the Grand Canyon is offered upon request by the Grand Canyon Shuttle Service (888) 215-3105. Call to know the fees and the schedules. The Trans Canyon Shuttle (928) 638-2820 is traveling between the north and south rims once a day, both ways, between May 15 and October 15, with a limited schedule between October 16 and October 31. The length of the journey is 4h30 each way.
Enjoy the discoveries!
Grand Canyon National Park (North Rim)