• View of Grand Canyon National Park at sunset from the South Rim

    Grand Canyon

    National Park Arizona

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    Beginning Sunday, temperatures will increase before another passing weather system causes a period of strong gusty winds Tuesday and Wednesday. (Source NOAA) More »

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Grand Canyon Weather Forecast and Road Conditions here

 


Grand Canyon National Park (Yavapai Point, S. Rim)
Click here for larger view and current weather data


San Francisco Peaks (Belmont, Arizona)
live view courtesy: National Weather Service


I-40 near Flagstaff (milepost 190.8)
live view courtesy: Arizona Dept. of Transportation


Northern Arizona University (Flagstaff, AZ)
live view courtesy: Reilly Hall Web Cam

 
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. It also helps park visitors reconnect and may help bring back a flood of memories from past trips. We hope you enjoy this peek into the park and will be able to visit in person soon.

Current Grand Canyon Weather Conditions with live weather audiocast

Grand Canyon Sunrise/ Sunset Times and Moon Phases

The other three webcam images are from the vicinity of the city of Flagstaff, Arizona, about 75 miles southeast of Grand Canyon Village. The mountains are the 12,600-foot San Francisco Peaks. The San Francisco Peaks may be seen from both the North and South Rims of Grand Canyon National Park.
 
cell phone audio tour logo with brown phone shown.

Your phone provides a fun way to learn more about the Park.
Listen to park rangers give 2 minute audio tours at various points of interest on the South Rim, from Hermit Road to Yaki Point, and the North Rim. Learn more...

 
 

ROAD CONDITIONS
Listed below are commercial phone numbers for recorded messages on road conditions and links to state highway websites:

 

Did You Know?

CCC STRINGS THE INNER-CANYON TELEPHONE LINE

In November of 1934, the Grand Canyon Civilian Conservation Corps began working on a trans-canyon telephone line. Starting at Indian Garden, they progressed downward to the Colorado River. It was necessary to complete this portion of the line first before the onset of extreme summer heat. More...