The South Rim of the Grand Canyon is open all year round, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The summer months are very busy. Fall and winter show a different side of Grand Canyon. During those seasons, you are more likely encounter much less traffic. You will also find it easier to get reservations for rooms, campgrounds, tours and other recreational activities. Visitor services are available year round. For more detailed information on various Grand Canyon tours, call ourComplimentary Concierge Services – 800-923-2282. We will give you suggestions for the best visitor tours. Check out our Adventure page where you can find tours which fly over the canyon in a plane, helicopter, or ride into the canyon on the back of a mule or horse to the bottom of the canyon.
A free shuttle bus system operates in the Grand Canyon Village area. Make your visit easier by parking your car at the Visitor Center and using the free shuttle buses to get around the village.
If you would like to check out all the information on the South Rim, the website has maps and all the information you will need.
Grand Canyon’s South Rim is approximately 119 miles from Alma de Sedona. Take 89A to I-40 west to Highway 64. Take Highway 64 north directly to the South Rim.
To determine road conditions, call Grand Canyon National Park 928-638-7888