- By Kevin
- On Mar 23, 2017
- North America
- Travel Tips
Grand Canyon Railway departs from Williams AZ and takes you right into the Grand Canyon National Park – Railway Depot. There are many different schedules and train services available to explore. What about the road trip to the grand canyon by train in Grand Canyon National Park Planner.
Grand Canyon National Park's South Rim opened allover the year which is located 60 miles north of Williams, Arizona (via route 64 from Interstate 40) and 80 miles northwest of Flagstaff (via route 180). The Grand Canyon lies entirely within the state of Arizona.
It provides rail service to Flagstaff with connecting bus service to the canyon. Grand Canyon Railway offers train service from Williams. You can buy ticketes from official websites or just book a local tour on globerouter.com at a discount price and do a travel to Grand Canyon in a very easy way.
Approximate Driving Distances and Directions to SOUTH RIM, Grand Canyon from:
North Rim, Grand Canyon, AZ - 212 miles / 341 kilometers
From the North Rim, take Highway 67 north to Jacob Lake, AZ.
From Jacob Lake, take Highway 89Alt east through Marble Canyon, AZ to Highway 89 at Bitter Springs, AZ.
From Bitter Springs, take Highway 89 south to Cameron, AZ.
From Cameron, take Highway 64 west to the East Entrance of Grand Canyon National Park (on the South Rim) known as Desert View.
Flagstaff, AZ - 81 miles / 130 kilometers - there are three possible ways to go:
Take I-40 west to Williams, AZ. From Williams, take Highway 64 north to the South Rim.
Take Highway 180 west to Valle, AZ. From Valle, take Highway 64 north to the South Rim.
Take Highway 89 north to Cameron, AZ. From Cameron, take Highway 64 west to the East Entrance on the South Rim - known as Desert View.