This National Historical Landmark rests at the end of the West Rim Drive. Here, visitors to the Canyon will find a snack bar, ... More
This National Historical Landmark rests at the end of the West Rim Drive. Here, visitors to the Canyon will find a snack bar, gift shop, restrooms and water. Named for the French Canadian prospector, Louis Boucher, who lived alone in the area for more than 20 years, the site holds the impressive limestone building designed by the renowned Grand Canyon architect, Mary Colter, in 1914. Bikers and hikers find their way to Hermit's Rest, as well as those who take the shuttles in the summertime or drive their own vehicles during the rest of the year. Call to know the open hours
Experience the Grand Canyon from its most peaceful perspective: the North Rim. Perched atop Bright Angel Point and well hidden
from the summer crowds, the Grand Canyon Lodge offers motel rooms and rustic efficiency cabins for the ultimate escape. ...
At 7,406 feet, Grandview Point is one of the highest lookouts along the south rim, providing sightseers with a unique
view looking down on the mountains. Due to its altitude, it receives more moisture, which in turn brings more ...
When you are planning to spend the day hiking or sightseeing at the Grand Canyon, stop here first for refreshments
and other outdoor supplies to take with you. The general store is a full service supermarket, delicatessen and souvenir ...