Grand Canyon National Park Adventure Tours

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Grand Canyon National Park Adventure Tours

Enjoying Grand Canyon Skywalk experience extensive adventures like camping, hiking and backpacking trails or raft the majestic Colorado River in south and north rim of grand canyon park in northwestern Arizona, USA.

The Grand Canyon is among the earth’s greatest on-going geological spectacles. Grand Canyon is the most recognized canyon in the world. It is one of planet earth’s greatest landmarks and the only one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World to be located in North America. Grand Canyon National Park is the nation’s most popular national park with 5 million visitors annually.Its vastness is stunning, and the evidence it reveals about the earth’s history is invaluable. Grand Canyon National Park, founded in 1919, is one of the oldest national parks in the United States and is home to the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon, a 1-mile deep gorge carved by the Colorado River. There are two public areas of Grand Canyon National Park, the North and South Rims. At 7,000 feet above sea level, the Grand Canyon South Rim is the most accessible section of the national park, with numerous places where visitors can pull over to admire the views. The Grand Canyon North Rim, 1,000 feet higher than its southern sibling, isn’t as popular because it is harder to get to, especially when harsh winter weather closes access roads. By car, the trip from one rim to the other is 220 miles. However, if traveling by foot, the distance across the canyon is 21 miles via the Kaibab Trails.

Check out Camping at Grand Canyon National Park Campgrounds

Camping at grand canyon

Grand canyon national park suitable to a visitor who preffer adventure tours and travel. As a visitor, you can enjoy extensive adventures like campiong, rock climbing, biking, hiking and backpacking trails or raft the majestic Colorado River, either with a professional rafting guide or on your own on a private river trip. Explore the many activities of the popular Southern Rim or venture to the remote Northern Rim, visited by only ten percent of park visitors. From Tuweep Overlook, enjoy views of the Colorado River 3,000 feet below that will take your breath away. A gorgeous classroom of arid-land erosion and a hub of outdoor recreation, the Grand Canyon is a true wonder of the American Southwest, and of the North American continent.

Grand Canyon Park’s Adventure Touring Regions

South Rim Tours

If a trip to the awe-inspiring South Rim of the Grand Canyon has been one of your dreams, now is the time to fulfill that wish. Tours from the South Rim offer the broadest range of experiences from Rafting, Helicopter, Motorcoach, Jeep, Biking and much, much more. You can do it easily and economically by booking our Grand Canyon South Rim motor coach tour that whisks you from your Las Vegas hotel direct to the Grand Canyon National Park, and then returns you full of enthusiasm for the natural beauty you have seen. The Canyon River Adventure is the Number

River Rafting in grand canyon park

Grand Canyon Rafting

1 tour in Northern Arizona that combines 3 tours into one for you. Not only will you see Grand Canyon, you’ll see Marble Canyon, Glen Canyon and Antelope Canyon. Your visit to the Grand Canyon won’t be complete if you simply view it from the rim! Give in to your longing to find a way to get to the bottom of the Canyon and spend time on the Colorado River by taking this tour. formerly The Grand Kingdom Helicopter Tour Get “royal” treatment, without spending a “king’s ransom” on Grand Canyon Helicopters’ Grand Kingdom flight! See the absolute best the Grand Canyon has to offer on this 40-45 minute scenic bonanza.

 West Adventure Tours

The Skywalk is the main attraction at Grand Canyon West. You can also take a Helicopter to the bottom, a pontoon boat ride on the Colorado River, enjoy Guano Point and more. Grand Canyon West is the home of the Skywalk. Motorcoach, Airplane, and Helicopter Tours are offered to Grand Canyon West from the Las Vegas area. Day tours include everything from 1 1/2 hour air tours, to helicopter and airplane landing tours, and all day motorcoach tours. Grand Canyon West Rim Bus Tour w/ Skywalk is great. Are you visiting Las Vegas and planning to include a tour to the Grand Canyon, but prefer not to travel by air? This tour will take you to Grand Canyon West to the Hualapai Tribal Lands. This is the home of the world renowned Skywalk.

East Adventure Tours

Whether visiting Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon, Tower Butte or the Little Colorado River at Grand Canyon East. There are many lesser known exhilarating tours at the beginning of the Grand Canyon. Horseshoe Bend is the number one attraction on the East side of the Grand Canyon. The Half Day Float Trips, 4×4 Tours of Antelope Canyon, Boat Tours on Lake Powell, and the All-New Helicopter Tour to the top of Tower Butte will all give you a great experience while visiting this area of the Canyon.

North Rim Adventure Tours

Grand Canyon Skywalk Tour

Grand Canyon Skywalk Tour

The North Rim offers a serene and enthralling adventurous Grand Canyon experience. It is more remote and less developed than the South Rim, and so it attracts far fewer tourists. Many people think its viewpoints are the most spectacular, since they are located at a higher elevation. As a place that is not visited as often as the South Rim, many tourists are unaware that the North Rim even exists as a tourist location. The vast differences between the 2 rims of the National Park are in stark contrast with each other and visitors are often awed at the beauty of the North Rim.The North Rim Visitor Center is accessible and open from mid-May to November. The beauty and solitude of the North Rim of the Grand Canyon is usually in stark contrast to what most tourists expect to see. There are many adventure hiking trails that are easily accessible during the open season. Be sure to wear the proper layered clothing for the variations of temperature or climate that you will find on the North Rim – as it tends to be lower in temperatures and has more rainfall than other parts of the Grand Canyon.

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