Grand Canyon Travel Guide
Articles about Grand Canyon
From coastlines to ridgelines, America’s best views offer some exceptional sight lines.
Amazing restaurants that marry heavenly views with multi-starred menus.
Man-made or natural, incredible underground attractions exist right beneath your feet.
Hotels in Grand Canyon
Restaurants in Grand Canyon
The View: Soak in two billion years of geologic history—layered in slivers of deep orange, dusty violet, moss, and gray—from the dining room at the El Tovar Hotel, set about 50 yards from the edge of the Grand Canyon’s South Rim.
Things to do in Grand Canyon
Geological history, dramatically summed up in one 5,500-foot-deep abyss. If you drive to the South Rim yourself, leave your car in Tusayan and take the shuttle into the park. At the Grand Canyon Visitor Center, decide on an easy tour or an ambitious hike.