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2019 Grand Canyon issue of the National Park Journal

2019 Grand Canyon issue of the National Park Journal

Get the National Park Journal: Grand Canyon edition - the magazine that's all about the Grand Canyon and the journeys to the park. Filled with tips on where to stay, things to do, and where to stop on the way. Our Grand Canyon magazine helps 875,000 readers plan their vacation.

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The 2018 annual Grand Canyon magazine has 100 pages filled with insider tips and hidden gems. Learn about the park, including which rim (south, north or west) is closest to the attractions you want to see, a park map, a fun guide to where to camp and where to hike and a wildlife guide. To make the most of your time in the park, follow our "48 Hours in the South Rim" photo itinerary. Then get inspired by our centerfold photo of the sunset at Lipan Point.

Every journey to this remote national park starts with you and your family departing from an airport or home town, so we show you our favorite six road trips to the park. Whether you start in Texas, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, California or Colorado, you'll find roadside attractions that you won't want to pass up.

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In addition to the National Park Journal, Grand Canyon edition, we produce three additional in-depth park editions, including the Yellowstone edition, Rocky Mountain edition and Yosemite edition.

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