Grand Canyon National Park Transportation

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    People parking and walking miles.
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Most Viewed Transportation in Grand Canyon National Park

  • 1. Air Tour

    Yes, yes, we know. After we recommend you all to take the plane flight instead of the helicopter flight ... we of course had to pay the bill! LOL A credit card helps of course. But anyway. We like to...

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  • 2. By Train

    Grand CAnyon RR comes form and returns to Williams Arizona, about 60 miles south. It takes over 200,000 passengers to the park south rim only annually. It was one of the first rides into the park for...

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  • 3. By Shuttle

    Within the hugely overcrowded South Rim area around Grand Canyon Village, the National Park Service provides free shuttle buses that operate on three different routes. The service range is from...

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  • 4. By Mule

    That's what they call the mules that take visitors to the canyon floor and back. Canyon mules are specially raised for the purpose of taking guests on this trip. As the mule trainers say, "This is not...

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  • 5. By Car

    In 1966, when my husband was transferred from the USNavy Post Graduate School in Monterey CA to Key West Florida, we had two children and three cars. We shipped one car from San Francisco to Miami by...

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  • 6. Options

    Bus Service: Greyhound Busline offers service from Flagstaff, Williams, Arizona, to points nationwide. Railroad: Grand Canyon Railway at (800)-THE -TRAIN (800) 843-8724. Taxi Service: Available to...

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  • 7. By Boat

    This is a complete listing of the companies that have liscenses to operate within the boundries of the Grand Canyon National Park. 1) Diamond River Adventures (www.diamondriver.com) 2) Tour West...

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  • 8. Entrance fee

    I love hiking and to me between my legs and the great shuttle bus service at the Grand Canyon, you almost don't need a car. But to get to great secluded spots for sunset and getting to the park, you...

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  • 9. North/South Rim Shuttles

    SOUTH RIM:Vehicles are prohibited on Hermit Road west of the village from March through November so the only way to some of the vantage points is on foot or by...

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  • 10. The beautiful Drive

    I was so excited to get to the Grand Canyon and begin my adventure down the vast mountain. But first I had to get there! I looked at all sorts of options for...

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  • 11. Hiking is the way to go

    The best way to see the Grand Canyon is on foot. Trekking poles are very useful for any hikes in the Canyon. They help protect the knees when walking down and...

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