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General Information On The Grand Canyon Of Arizona
Grand Canyon Rafting, Hiking Or Just Visiting
There are literally thousands of excellent pictures of the Grand Canyon & millions of words have been written. The links below will take open in a new window and take you to websites to help you understand & enjoy the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon Association is a private, non-profit organization that operates bookstores in Grand Canyon National Park and provides financial and program support to the park service at Grand Canyon National Park.Grand Canyon News
A few resources to help you enjoy a hike at the Grand Canyon.
Please be prepared before attempting a hike in the canyon. In 1921 the Grand Canyon National Park booklet said, "It is a sad mistake for persons not in the soundest physical training to attempt it on foot, for the apparent distance as seen from the rim is misleading, and the climb back is most arduous at that elevation...Nearly every day one or more trampers, overconfident of their endurance, find the way up too arduous and have to be assisted by guides and mules sent down for them from the rim." Very little has changed since 1921.
A few phone numbers for rafting guides and trips through the Grand Canyon.
Arizona Raft Adventures 1-800-786-7238
Arizona River Runners 1-800-477-7238
Canyon Explorations & Canyon Expeditions 1-800-654-0723
Colorado River & Trail Expeditions 1-800-253-7328
Diamond River Adventures 1-800-343-3121
Grand Canyon Dories 1-800-877-3679
Grand Canyon Expeditions Co. 1-800-544-2691
Hatch River Expeditions 1-800-433-8966
High Desert Adventures 1-800-673-1733
Moki Mac River Expeditions 1-800-284-7280
O. A. R. S. 1-800-346-6277
Outdoors Unlimited 1-800-637-7238
Tour West 1-800-453-9107
Western River Expeditions 1-800-453-7450
Wilderness River Adventures 1-800-992-8022