Hiking is a great way to see the canyon up close and personal. Choose from easy, moderate, or strenuous trails, depending on your fitness level and time.
Rafting is an adventure you’ll never forget. You can join a guided tour or rent your own equipment and navigate the rapids and calm waters.
Camping is a fun and affordable way to stay in the park. You can book a site at one of the campgrounds or get a permit for backcountry camping.
Mule riding is a unique and historic way to see the canyon.
Helicopter tours are a spectacular way to see the canyon from a different perspective.
Skywalk is a glass bridge that extends 70 feet over the canyon, 4,000 feet above the ground.
Train rides are a nostalgic and scenic way to get to the park.
Museum is a place where you can learn more about the canyon and its people.
Wildlife is abundant and diverse in the park. You can see elk, deer, bighorn sheep, coyotes, squirrels, birds, and more. You can also admire the cacti, wildflowers, and trees.
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