Everything You Need to Know About Visiting the Grand Canyon

There are three distinct visitor entry areas to the Grand Canyon that are far apart from each other, and one of them isn’t even part of the National Park Service! Just got back from a great family trip driving from Santa Fe, New Mexico to Mesa Verde in Colorado, then to the Grand Canyon with a stop at the Four Corners along the way. I’ll cover the other places later but this is everything you need to know about visiting the Grand Canyon.

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2 thoughts on “Everything You Need to Know About Visiting the Grand Canyon

  1. The more you know about the canyon in advance the more interesting it will be. Try Travelers’ Tales: Grand Canyon, edited by James O’Reilly, Sean O’Reilly and Larry Habegger (2005). For a visual perspective, see Thomas Moran, by Nancy Anderson (1997 exhibition catalogue), which offers sumptuous colour plates by the first – and still most iconic – painter of the canyon and American West.

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