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Grand Canyon tourist information and tourism as below. And you can book the Grand Canyon tours from Las Vegas on the Globerouter.com website with deals and visit Grand Canyon easily. You can avoid crowds by hiking the park's many trails or driving to the cool evergreen forests of the North Rim where people are fewer and viewing is more leisurely.

Getting Around Grand Canyon

The best way to get around the Grand Canyon is by shuttle bus. Operated by the National Park Service, these free shuttles will take you all around the South Rim. If you're visiting the North Rim, a car will be the most convenient option, but make sure to check the park's website for updates on road conditions and closures.

Shuttle Bus

The South Rim shuttle operates four routes in spring, summer and fall, which connect the visitor center with various lodges, campgrounds and park attractions. These routes are called the Village (Blue) Route, the Kaibab Rim (Orange) Route, the Hermit Road (Red) Route, and the Tusayan Route/Park & Ride. In the winter months, the park offers just the blue and orange shuttle routes. The shuttles, which are white with a green stripe, display the route name on the front and side panels and run every 15 to 30 minutes and are free of charge.

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The Hikers' Express Shuttle connects the Bright Angel Lodge to the South Kaibab Trailhead. The Hikers' Shuttle runs three times daily in the morning during most months of the year; in the winter months of December, January and February, it runs twice daily. There is also the Trans-Canyon Shuttle, which is ideal for rim to rim hikers since it connects the South and North Rim. It costs $90 per person each way.

On Foot

Many of this destination's top attractions can be found along major trails. To get the best of the South Rim, try the Rim Trail, which runs from Pipe Creek Vista through the Grand Canyon Village and out to Hermit's Rest. Or follow the Bright Angel Trail for a deeper look at the canyon (just watch out for the donkeys). If you're looking to explore the North Rim, try the North Kaibab Trail.