Expect Cooler Nights with No Precipitation through the Remainder of the Week
Monsoonal weather patterns have moved into the Grand Canyon area decreasing fire danger. As a result, on Tuesday, July 8 at 8 a.m. fire managers lifted fire restrictions within Grand Canyon National Park. More »
Two Bats Collected in the Park Have Tested Positive for Rabies
One on the North Kaibab Trail and the other at Tusayan Ruin/Museum. Rabies can be prevented if appropriate medical care is given following an exposure. Any persons having physical contact with bats in Grand Canyon National Park, please follow this link. More »
Air Quality at Grand Canyon National Park
Most visitors who come to national parks expect clean air and clear views.
However, Grand Canyon National Park (NP), Arizona, world-renowned for its breathtakingly iconic views, lies downwind of polluted air from coal-fired power plants in the Four Corners region, nearby mining, and urban and industrial pollutants from Mexico and California.
How is air pollution is affecting Grand Canyon National Park, and what is the National Park Service doing about it? __ Learn more here...
The Grand Canyon National Park Webcam (top left) offers a window into the sights, weather, air quality and seasonal changes that the park is experiencing.
The two images on the right, are of the San Francisco Peaks about 60 miles southeast of the Grand Canyon, and just north of Flagstaff, Arizona. The San Francisco Peaks may be seen from both the North and South Rims of Grand Canyon National Park. The I-40 webcam (lower left) provides a view of current freeway conditions in the Flagstaff, Arizona area. Many visitors to Grand Canyon travel on Interstates 40 and 17 and pass through Flagstaff during their trip.
Did You Know?
The elk found within Grand Canyon National Park weigh as much as 1,000 pounds (450 kg), and have been known to injure people who approach them. Never approach wild animals. It is dangerous, and illegal, to feed the wild animals in a national park. Violators will be fined.