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Report: Man-made Threats to Grand Canyon National Park

CNN News |   The majestic views overlooking the Grand Canyon make it one of America's favorite destinations, but a new report finds several man-made...

New Flight Limits Over Grand Canyon

USA Today |  In an attempt to restore natural peace and quiet to the Grand Canyon, the National Park Service has proposed limits on "flight-seeing"...

Ask T+L : Cell-Phone Check-In, Grand Canyon, Driving Europe

Q: Which carriers allow passengers to check in for flights using a cell phone or BlackBerry? —Ryan Stratton, Columbus, Ohio A: Continental was the first...

Ken Burns’s Travel Itineraries

Ken Burns, whose documentaries about our nation have taught us more than any textbook, believes that American history “doesn’t have to be a dose of...

Views from the Top

Whether you want to float over the Grand Canyon or see the earth curve around Shanghai, T+L guides you to six observation decks where the...

Top New Landmarks

We asked you to vote on the skyscrapers, museums, and parks you love, and brag about where you've visited. Here are the results for T+L’s...

World's Coolest Helicopter Rides

Fly over waterfalls, skyscrapers, and volcanoes on these spectacular helicopter rides.

World's Coolest Hotel Transfers

From paragliders to speedboats, these hotel transfers will have you arriving in style.

Coolest New Disney Vacations

T+L rounds up the coolest new Disney vacations, including the rides, experiences, and hotels.

World's Most Popular Landmarks

Travel + Leisure’s first-ever reader survey of iconic landmarks yielded some surprise favorites.
HOTELS

El Tovar Hotel

Built in 1905 and fully renovated in 2005, the elegant hotel is one of the country’s most revered national park lodge treasures and has hosted the likes of Teddy Roosevelt and Albert Einstein. more ›


RESTAURANTS

El Tovar Dining Room

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... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Grand Canyon National Park

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... more ›


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