Download PDF Map of the North Rim and Grand Canyon Lodge

Find a visitor center, a lodge porch with a grand view, campgrounds, and hiking trails at this quieter side of the Grand Canyon, open seasonally.
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Map of the North Rim of the Grand Canyon

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This lesser-known area of Grand Canyon National Park is open seasonally during the summer. Because of its higher elevation, it sees more snow in the wintertime. Here you'll find a visitor center, a lodge porch with a grand view, campgrounds, and hiking trails.

This map shows an overview of the North Rim with entry roads. There are also close-up maps of the area where the visitor center and Grand Canyon Lodge are located, and the Walhalta Overlook and Cape Royal area. The map is numbered with associated information on day hikes.

Page 2 of the map shows information on services, facilities, and viewpoints inside the park, along with some services, lodging, and campgrounds just outside the park.

The North Rim detail map is a convenient size for printing and showcases overlooks surrounding the visitor center and lodge.

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Cape Royal at the Grand Canyon's North Rim

Grand Canyon North Rim

Those visiting the remote North Rim (a 5-hour drive from South Rim) will be rewarded with a chance to see the canyon without the crowds.

Sunset at Hopi Point on the South Rim. Photo by Gloria Wadzinski

Grand Canyon South Rim

Open 365 days a year, the South Rim offers plenty of activities, restaurants and, of course, gorgeous views. It is the most-visited part of the canyon.