Staying safe at Grand Canyon National Park starts with you. For emergencies dial 911.
At the Top
Snow and ice present potemtially hazardous driving conditions and can
temporarily close park roads. Check at visitor centers or call 928-628-7496.
Please slow down and drive carefully while exploring Grand Canyon in winter.
Winter: Winter weather varies greatly and changes suddenly. Be prepared with laered clothing for cold, rain, wind, and snow. Trails and walkways may be icy. Over-the-shoe traction devices recommended for your safety.
Protect and Respect Wildlife
Never approach or feed any animal. It is dangerous—both to you and the animal—and illegal.
View Grand Canyon Safely
Never Throw Anything Over the Edge
Never Throw rocks, coins, trash, or anything else over the edge. Objects tossed over the edge or dislodged by walking off trail can injure hikers and wildlife below.