Grand Canyon Adventures Blog

Perfect Length Day Trip: Flagstaff to Sedona

Exploring Sedona is an excellent day trip and is the shortest tour that we offer. You could go on your own and figure out what to do and where to go with your smartphone. But a guided tour is the best option for getting the most out of your vacation time.

Arizona Summertime Survival Guide

Arizona is a gorgeous state with a plethora of bucket-list-worthy destinations. But it also has a dangerously hot summer. Read on, Grand Canyon Adventurer, to learn how to enjoy the former without experiencing the latter.

How to Prepare for a High-Elevation Vacation

Head in clouds? Dreaming of a vacation to a far away, and taller land? Know what to expect from high elevation destinations before you step off the plane.

Airbnb in Flagstaff? New 2017 Deregulation Means Low-Cost Lodging

While Grand Canyon Adventures doesn’t pick up at Airbnbs, they can still be a great money saver.

Green is Grand! Tips for Saving Money and the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park is visited by millions of people from all over the world every year. While it is a pleasure to share the beauty of the Grand Canyon with so many people, it also poses a problem: How do we clean up after 6 million people?

A Brief Geology Lesson

The Grand Canyon is one of seven natural wonders, and is one of the most geologically unique places in the world. It has the most complete sequences of rocks layers, with nearly forty major layers exposed.

Things To Do In Flagstaff After Your Tour

If you’re looking for things to do in Flagstaff before or after your tour, you will no doubt want to sample the local flavors and do some sightseeing.

John Wesley Powell’s Grand Canyon Adventure

In 1869, Powell famously led a three month geographic expedition into the Grand Canyon. It was the first time white men would navigate the entirety of the Canyon and accurately document its geologic, geographic, and anthropological features.

Plan Your Grand Canyon Christmas

What's in a Grand Canyon Christmas? Spectacular Seasonal Views The Grand Canyon can be a winter wonderland from December through February. Fresh white snow often dusts the rim of the canyon but only reaches a few hundred into the interior which stays warm year round.

When Should I Visit The Grand Canyon?

When is the best time of year to visit the Grand Canyon? At the risk of sounding cliché, the truth is that the Grand Canyon is outstanding all year long-each season is different and spectacular in its own right.

Picking the Perfect Grand Canyon Hiking Trail

When choosing the perfect Grand Canyon hike, it really depends on what you want out of your day. Some trails are more crowded, but offer better, more accessible views.

Grand Canyon Trip Planning

Planning a trip to the Grand Canyon can be a daunting process, to say the least. You’ll often hear people talk about North Rim, South Rim, West Rim, and the Skywalk. Where are they? Where should you go? What should you do? Where should you stay?

Grand Canyon Vs Antelope Canyon

We often get questions about the difference in distance and features of Grand Canyon and Antelope Canyon. We’re here to help!