Grand Canyon Adventures Blog

The Colorado Plateau, or How the Grand Canyon Was Made



You ever wonder why some of the best and most sought out national parks and monuments such as the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Canyon De Chelly and Zion are so close together? Like, they’re somehow related? Well, that’s because they pretty much are!

Picking the Perfect Grand Canyon Hiking Trail



When picking a Grand Canyon hiking trail, it depends on what you want out of your day. Some trails are more crowded, but offer better, more accessible views.

What Lies At The Bottom of the Grand Canyon



Ever wonder what is at the end of Bright Angel Trail? Read more to see what is at the bottom of the Grand Canyon in 2020!

2020 Havasupai Permits Open Online Soon - Everything You Need to Know



It’s no secret that Havasupai is now one of the top bucket-list destinations in the world. Here is everything you need to know about getting a permit for 2020.

The Temple of the Grand Canyon



Learn more about the unique geological formation at the Grand Canyon with our Day Tour from Flagstaff, AZ!

Life Zones, it’s Founder and the Grand Canyon



Take our Grand Canyon Day Tour from Flagstaff, AZ to experience different life zones from High tundra's to low deserts in a single day!

Herpetology: That’s one cool lizard



Learn more about these unique lizards that live all around Northern Arizona.

Picture Perfect Photos for our 2019 summer vacation!



Tips and tricks to get the best photo from your day tour from Flagstaff, AZ this summer.

Join our Grand Excursion for your 2019 Summer Vacation!



See the best sights in Northern Arizona with our 4 day, 3 night trip across the Southwest. Take a look at what you will see each day

How to Prepare for a High-Elevation Summer Vacation in 2019



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.

Consider The Raven



The Grand Canyon's Most Popular Bird in 2019

Tip for traveling to Antelope Canyon Summer 2019



Named after the Pronghorn Antelopes that had once grazed the area, it also goes by many different names, locals refer to the upper canyon as “the crack” and lower canyon as “the corkscrew”, but to the Navajos it is “the place where water runs through rock”, the canyon is considered a sacred and beautiful place.

100 years of Grand Canyon History: Desert View Watchtower



Learn more about one of the most iconic buildings at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon Wildlife: Mammals part 2



Join our tours and see how many animals you can find

Grand Canyon Wildlife Part 1a: Mammals



Join our tours and see how many animals you can find