There's a lot to explore at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Visit the following resources to find out more information about all that the National Park Service has to offer.
A powerful and inspiring landscape, the Grand Canyon overwhelms our senses through its immense size. Unique combinations of geologic color and erosional forms create a canyon that is 277 river miles long, up to 18 miles wide and a mile deep. Learn more about all that the Grand Canyon has to offer on the National Park Service website below.
The Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim sits at the end of Arizona Highway 67 near Jacob Lake. The highway is accessible via Utah and Arizona. Follow the link below to find trip planning information including maps, directions, transportation and other activities.
Explore all of the various hiking and backpacking opportunities from the Grand Canyon's North Rim. Challenge yourself with the rim-to-rim hike or find a shorter route to keep you around the North Rim area. Follow the link below to learn more about the hiking trails within Grand Canyon National Park.
"Get Outdoors, It's Yours!" is a national campaign focused on getting America's youth outside and engaging with nature. The goal of this initiative is to encourage children and their families to spend more time outdoors. The National Park Service site provides fun activities and information about Web Rangers, Junior Rangers (RangerZONE) and Park Fun. Click on the link below to get to know the NPS Web Ranger site and the exciting activities offered for kids of all ages.
The National Park Service Junior Ranger Programs are designed to provide an environment where participants can interact with the park and explore at their own pace. Click the link below to search the list of parks that are offering the Junior Ranger Program and get ready to earn your Junior Ranger Badge, Patch, or Certificate!
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