Grand Canyon Flights GuideThe Grand Canyon is a worldwide famous attraction and is stunning on its own but there's still plenty to do and see. Start your visit by viewing the canyon from the Grand Canyon Skywalk before wandering through Grand Canyon Village. The North Rim has rugged trails while Bright Angel and South Kaibab trails are popular to discover. Get some desert relief at Havasu Falls or let the Grand Canyon Railway do the work while you sightsee on tracks from history.
Las Vegas is a popular destination when visiting the Grand Canyon at a 4 hour drive west of the National Park. Sightseeing flights and helicopters are available to Las Vegas as well as busses from The Grand Canyon. Phoenix, Arizona is also just over 200 miles south of the Grand Canyon and is accessible by car, bus or plane.
The Grand Canyon's South Rim sits 7000 feet above sea level causing winter snowfalls and cool summer nights while the North Rim is an extra 1000 feet higher making for unpredictable weather patterns. Crowds are quieter, travel costs are cheaper, and temperatures are moderate from March through May and September through November making this an ideal time to visit the Grand Canyon. Travel deals are also usually available during the winter months but travelers should note the North Rim is closed during most of the winter. Accommodations are limited during summer's peak season and booking early will save you disappointment.
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