Grand Canyon USA - Virtual Tours
Experience Grand Canyon Virtual Tours on your own, or dig deeper through a guided exploration. From Arizona State University
A Virtual Hike to Phantom Ranch on the Corridor Trails
Take a virtual hike into Grand Canyon with the USGS, descending South Kaibab Trail to Phantom Ranch. Then returning to the South Rim by ascending Bright Angel Trail. -
A Virtual Raft Trip through Grand Canyon
Travel with the USGS on a Geological Tour down the Colorado River through Grand Canyon - starting at Lees Ferry (River Mile 0) and ending at the Lake Mead National Recreational Area. (River Mile 215).
Canyon Field School @HomeLooking for learning? The Canyon Field School is an exciting environmental education program that brings the wonders of Grand Canyon National Park to youth across the country.
This collaboration between Grand Canyon Conservancy and the National Park Service provides engaging, curriculum-based activities and experiences for middle and high school-aged students. Learn More >
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Do you enjoy a warm cup of java in the mornings? So do our rangers! Join Ranger Joe and Ranger John for coffee on the rim as they discuss where the water in that steaming cup comes from.
The Official Mobile AppThe Grand Canyon Mobile App from the National Park Service is free, and provides detailed information about things to do, lodging, campgrounds, and services throughout the park. It also enables you to discover rich natural and cultural resources through self-guided walking tours.
iOS Version for iPhones and iPads (Apple Store) >
Android Version (Google Play Store) >
How to Use the Mobile AppCellular service within the park is extremely limited. In order to make use of the app while visiting Grand Canyon, follow these simple steps before you arrive:
Grand Canyon Archeology Virtual Tour
Discover ancient places within Grand Canyon where people lived long ago.
Canyon Sketches - eMagazineCanyon Sketches is an archive of short articles about Grand Canyon's natural, cultural and recreational resources.
They highlight the ongoing work that Grand Canyon's Science and Resource Management staff does to monitor, inventory, restore, and rehabilitate park resources.
The Canyon Sketches eMagazine is designed to provide specific information on resource challenges and Science and Resource Management activities.