Where is it? How big is it? How old is it? How do I get there? All those questions answered right here.
Follow these tips about viewpoints on the edge, floods, heat and dehydration to enjoy a safe and fantastic Grand Canyon trip.
On the Grand Canyon's North Rim, pets are only allowed on the Bridle Trail. There is no kennel or pet-friendly lodge rooms to board your pet.
The South Rim is one of the few places in the national park system that has a pet kennel for dogs and cats and pet-friendly hotel rooms in the park.
If you're a reckless visitor it might be your last vacation ever, but if you listen to your guides, you'll have a great time.
If you wish to camp anywhere in the park, other than in developed campgrounds on the North Rim, South Rim, or Tuweep, you must obtain a permit from the Backcountry Information Center.
Avoid troubles by making sure you have all the right permits for your adventure.
Take an electric road trip to the heart of the Southwest.
Trips to see America's grandest canyon come with a small price tag. Here are your park pass options.
Guided bus tours and hiker shuttles are two options for navigating the Grand Canyon.
Methods of transportation to get to all your great adventures. Ride the Grand Canyon Railway. Fly to the nearest airport and rent a car. Take a bus.
Don't let limited accessibility deter you from everything the Grand Canyon has to offer.
Be sure to check weather and hours before departing on your adventure to the Grand Canyon.
After many trips to the Grand Canyon and Southwest, our editor has created a list of her favorite things to bring along.
Dying from heat or dehydration is more common than falling, but it is still a major concern. Read about your odds and some unfortunate accidents.
Study by the Univ. of CO and the CA Institute of Technology aims to debunk previous research that the canyon is only five to 6 million years old.
When someone sprains an ankle, suffers from heat exhaustion or is lost, the search-and-rescue team loads up their backpacks and hits the trail to help.
Before you hit the trail, become familiar with these important hiking terms such as switchback and cairn.
How do you pack for vacation in this desert climate? Here are the top 21 items to bring along with you to the Grand Canyon.
The Grand Canyon National Park no longer sells disposable plastic water bottles. Instead visitors are encouraged to use reusable bottles and the free water bottle filling stations throughout the park.
The canyon was carved out by the Colorado River in northern Arizona from Lake Powell at the Arizona-Utah border to Lake Mead at the Arizona-Nevada border.