Grand Canyon News and Information

The Bright Angel Trail is considered Grand Canyon's Premier and safest trail. This trail offers options for Day Hikes, and hiking to the bottom.
The Condor, once dwindled in number to 22 in the 1980’s. There are now 335 living in the wild, along with another 130 in captivity for breeding.
Mule Deer in the Grand Canyon have distinct mule-like ears which appear to be competing for space with antlers atop heads of the large males.
The South Kaibab Trail is the more challenging of the two maintained trails along the south rim, with challenging vertical changes.
The Trail of Time, covering the stretch of rim from Yavapai Point, near the Geology Museum, moving West into Grand Canyon Village, has undergone a revival.