Ranger Presentations & Special Events

A park ranger crouches down and points to a small cactus. Two girls in junior ranger vests look on.

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Ranger programs are conducted at Hanging Garden, Carl Hayden Visitor Center, and Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center every day until Sept 30, 2015

 
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Hanging Garden Hike

Join a ranger for a ½ mile (.8 km) one-way guided hike to a desert oasis. Hike will last approximately 1 hour.

Time: 6:30pm every day
Meet: Hanging Garden Trailhead
Directions: Turn off is ¼ mile (.4km) east of the Glen Canyon Bridge on Hwy 89. Park at the trailhead.
Bring: water, sturdy shoes, and sun protection. The only shade is at the Hanging Garden itself.

There are no restrooms or trash cans on this trail. Please take care of personal needs before arriving at the trailhead. Hikes are weather permitting.

 
Two Jr Rangers stand at the information desk while a Park Ranger signs their books. Their vests are covered with patches. Parents stand next to them.

Junior Ranger Program

Hey Kids! Come explore Glen Canyon with a Park Ranger

Time: Between 2pm - 4pm every day
Meet: Carl Hayden Visitor Center Exhibit Area

Enjoy a fun program with a Park Ranger and earn a point toward your Junior Ranger Badge.

Already finished with your booklet? Take the pledge and earn your badge!

 
Two people stand beneath a large boulder perched on a narrow spire. Cliffs in the background.

Ranger Programs at Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center

Come down to Lees Ferry for the afternoon and join a Park Ranger to learn about this unique area

When: Between 2-4 pm every day beginning Sunday, June 7
Where: Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center on Highway 89A near Lees Ferry

Program Topics May Include: Glen Canyon Geology, California Condors, The Colorado River, Area Wildlife And More!

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