Explore the Grand Canyon

The greater Grand Canyon area has waterfalls, rock formations, plant life, wildlife, overlooks, recreation areas and lake, fossils, and ruins for your to explore. Also check out the history of the Grand Canyon and learn from Grand Canyon fanatics.

Grand Canyon Hiking Trails

The Grand Canyon has hundreds of miles of hiking trails, most departing from the South Rim Village or the North Rim Village. Read More...

Grand Canyon Landscapes

Explore rock formations, caverns, plant life, and the flawless skies of the Grand Canyon area. Read More...

Grand Canyon Overlooks, Views, and Points

Explore the many canyon overlooks and viewing platforms at the South Rim, North Rim, and Grand Canyon West. There are also scenic overlooks nearby in Arizona and Utah. Read More...

Grand Canyon Waterfalls including Havasu Falls

Most Grand Canyon waterfalls are located within the Havasupai Indian Reservation. One of the most photographed waterfalls in the U.S. is Havasu Falls. Read More...

Grand Canyon Wildlife

From reptiles to rodents, bighorn sheep to wolves and coyotes, the Grand Canyon is teeming with wildlife. Read More...

History of the Grand Canyon Area

National monuments and historical sites, including cliff dwellings, pueblos, fossils and petrified forests, trading posts, mines and ghost towns. Read More...

Native Americans of the Grand Canyon

The Havasupai Indians and the Hualapai Indians are two Native American tribes deeply embedded in the history and current culture of the Grand Canyon. Read More...

Night Skies

Journey to a place where the Milky Way stretches across the heavens. Experience the mystery and wonder of Grand Canyon's night sky. Read More...

Recreation Areas and Lakes in Arizona, Utah, and Nevada

View nearby Lake Powell and Lake Mead as well as recreation areas, state parks, and national forests. Read More...