Grand Canyon Lodge at the North Rim
PLEASE NOTE: Reservations for 2016 will be available 13 months in advance. (For instance, July 2016 dates will be available on June 1st, 2015, and August 2016 dates will be available on July 1st, 2015)
Here, at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, you can best experience the grandest of canyons. Here, you can experience the canyon's colors, shadows and formations in quiet reflection and repose.
Settle into a western log cabin or a timbered guest room. Take an easy hike along the rim or ride a mule along steep trails into the canyon. Pause to watch the antics of a foraging squirrel. Head to the lodge and simply watch a summer storm roll up the canyon. And listen. Listen to the way a breeze blows through the pinions and ponderosas.
Ninety percent of all visitors congregate at the South Rim, snap pictures and leave within hours. But you?
It's true that the majority of Grand Canyon visitors miss the spectacular North Rim and miss all this - the canyon's lure of rugged solitude. Here, at the North Rim, you find the perfect balance of marvel and creature comforts. You settle in.
The lodge's on-site restaurant doesn't just feature breathtaking views and great food, it has also been certified as a green restaurant since 2009. Feel free to enjoy your meal, take in the scenery, and rest easy knowing that we're doing everything we can to preserve the Grand Canyon Lodge for generations to come.
Directions & Map to Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim
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Travel on Route 67, leaving U.S. 89A at the junction near Jacob Lake. Follow it 43 miles through forests and meadows to the majestic North Rim of the Grand Canyon. The road is closed from November to mid May.
South Rim to North Rim Shuttle: Between May and November, a rim-to-rim bus operates daily. The bus leaves the North Rim and arrives at the South Rim in about four-and-a-half hours. It leaves the South Rim in the afternoon and arrives at the North Rim early in the evening. Call Trans Canyon Shuttle at (928) 638-2820 for departure times and further information. There is no other bus or rail system from the North Rim.