Grand Canyon Resort
Embark on an enriching stay at Enchantment Resort on your way to or from the Grand Canyon National Park, located an approximate two-hour drive from the resort (117 miles). The Enchantment Resort Concierge is pleased to assist you with day tours to the Grand Canyon. Please call (928) 204-6014 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visiting the Grand Canyon
Day Trip to the Grand Canyon
Enchantment Resort is pleased to coordinate a day-long trip to the Grand Canyon with Pink® Adventure Tours. Their Grand Canyon Premier Tour picks you up in a customized, pink Mercedes Sprinter and invites you to relax as you embark on a scenic drive to Grand Canyon National Park. During your trip, a guide will share facts, insights and theories that add to the allure of your adventure.
Grand Canyon Skywalk
Visitors can experience an aerial view of the Grand Canyon through a glass bridge known as the Skywalk. This 10-foot wide, horseshoe-shaped glass bridge extends 70 feet over the rim of the Grand Canyon and is located outside of the South and North Rim in an area called Grand Canyon West.
Sightseeing tours of the Grand Canyon, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, are easily arranged from Enchantment Resort. Choose from a range of tours, from a two-hour canyon ‘fly over’ to a full-day experience that combines ground and helicopter tours. See the Painted Desert, Navajo Reservation and the 12,600-foot San Francisco Peaks on the way to a magnificent flight over the canyon’s spectacular South Rim. Many of the tour options are small and feature professional naturalists who guide you to spectacular viewpoints along the South and East Rims.
The South Rim
The South Rim is the most visited rim of the Grand Canyon and is open all year long. Elevations average 7,000 feet above sea level. Many tourists enjoy visiting the Grand Canyon Village, Scenic Hermit Road, Desert View Drive and Desert View, all located at the South Rim.
The North Rim
Visit nps.gov/grca for the most updated information on the North Rim, as it is typically open May 15 through October 15 of each year. Averaging 8,000 feet above sea level, the North Rim is harder to get to and less accessible than the South Rim, but does feature lodging, restaurant and campground sites.