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DRIVING TO THE SOUTH RIM:

pFrom Las Vegas, Nevada - take Highway 93 Southeast to Kingman, Arizona; in Kingman, take I-40 East to Williams, Arizona; from Williams take exit #165 North to Grand Canyon National Park. Average drive time: 5 hours. Insider tip: Leaving Las Vegas? Get an early start to avoid construction delays at Hoover Dam.

pFrom Phoenix, Arizona: Take Interstate 17 North to Flagstaff, Arizona; from Flagstaff, *take Highway 180 Northeast to Valle, Arizona; from Valle, take Highway 64 North to the Grand Canyon. *pOR: *from Flagstaff take Interstate 40 to Williams, Arizona; from Williams, take Highway 64 55 miles North to Grand Canyon Village. The latter route is the better alternative in case of inclement weather. Average drive time: 4.5 hours

pFrom Flagstaff, Arizona: Take Highway 180 30 miles Northeast to Valle; From Valle, take Highway 64 25 miles North to Grand Canyon Village. pOR take Interstate 40 to Williams, Arizona; from Williams, take Highway 64 55 miles North to Grand Canyon Village. The latter route is safer in inclement weather. Average drive time: 1.5 hours.

pFrom Williams, Arizona: Take Highway 64 North approximately 60 miles. Average drive time: 1 hour.

pFrom Page, Arizona: Take Highway 89 South to Cameron, Arizona; from Cameron, take Highway 64 West to Grand Canyon Village. Average drive time: 2.5 hours.

DRIVING TO THE NORTH RIM:

pFrom Las Vegas, Nevada: Take Interstate 15 Northeast to St. George, Utah; from St. George, take UT-9 to Hurricane, Utah; in Hurricane, take UT-9 through Zion National Park to Kanab, Utah; in Kanab, follow Highway 89 to Fredonia, Arizona, where UT-11 becomes Alt-89 (89A). Take 89A to Jacob Lake, Arizona. From Jacob Lake, Arizona, take Highway 67 South 60 miles into the park. Average drive time: 6 hours.

pFrom Phoenix, Arizona: Take Interstate 17 to Flagstaff, Arizona. In Flagstaff, take US- 89 to Bitter Springs, Arizona; from Bitter Springs, take Alternate 89 (89A) to Jacob Lake, Arizona. From Jacob Lake, Arizona, take Highway 67 South 50 miles into the park. Average drive time: 7.5 hours.

pFrom Salt Lake City, Utah: Take I-15 South. About 10 miles South of Beaver, Utah, take UT-20 East for about 20 miles. Take US89 South to Kanab, Utah. In Kanab, follow the signs to Fredonia, Arizona, where UT-11 becomes Alt-89 (89A). Take 89A to Jacob Lake, Arizona. From Jacob Lake, Arizona, take Highway 67 into the park. Avg drive: 8 hours.

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