Since the national park is in a remote area in northern Arizona, most people drive. You can also fly into an airport and rent a car, or take a train. See our transportation page for more information. Nearby towns also offer tours to the Grand Canyon.
Driving to the Grand Canyon is a glorious journey. You can choose from many different routes that make the trip almost as exciting as the adventures you'll have when you arrive. Whether you are starting from California, Texas, Colorado, Las Vegas, or Utah, we have trips that show you what routes to take and what attractions to stop for. After all, you wouldn't want to miss Route 66, cliff dwellings, or the Skywalk.