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pFrom Page, Arizona: Take US89 South 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: 2.5 hours.

REMINDER: Grand Canyon North Rim is CLOSED from October 15th – May 15th.

DRIVING TO GRAND CANYON WEST:

Before you commit to driving to Grand Canyon West, note that one of its primary access roads is unpaved. Only properly equipped (4WD) vehicles should travel this road. If you are renting a car, your agency may openly discourage you from driving on this road. Many rental-car insurance policies will NOT cover damage sustained by driving off- road. It is strongly recommended that you take advantage of Grand Canyon West’s “Park and Ride” service, available from the Welcome Center in Meadview, Arizona for a nominal fee.

pFrom Las Vegas, Nevada: Take U.S. Highway 93 south to Hoover Dam; continue south another 40 miles to the Dolan Springs/Meadview City/Pierce Ferry Road exit. Turn left and follow Pierce Ferry Road to Diamond Bar Road (about 28 miles). Turn right at the sign and stay on Diamond Bar Road to Grand Canyon West (about 21 miles). Average drive time: 3 hours.

pFrom Phoenix, Arizona: Take U.S. Highway 93 Northwest 105 miles; get on Interstate 40. Take I-40 West to Kingman, Arizona. In Kingman, take U.S Highway 93 north about 30 miles to Dolan Springs/Meadview City/Pierce Ferry Road exit. Follow Pierce Ferry Road to Diamond Bar Road (about 28 miles). Turn right at the sign and stay on Diamond Bar Road to Grand Canyon West. Average drive time: 5 hours.

pFrom Grand Canyon South Rim: Take AZ64 South to Williams, Arizona, get on Interstate 40. Take I-40 West to Kingman, Arizona. In Kingman, take U.S Highway 93 north about 30 miles to Dolan Springs/Meadview City/Pierce Ferry Road exit. Follow Pierce Ferry Road to Diamond Bar Road (about 28 miles). Turn right at the sign and stay on Diamond Bar Road to Grand Canyon West. Average drive time: 4 hours.

Need a Las Vegas Grand Canyon tour map, or a door-to-door itinerary customized just for you? Call GrandCanyon.com at (866) 944-7263 or e-mail info@grandcanyon.com

BY TRAIN:

From Williams, Arizona: get to Grand Canyon South Rim “Old West” style, on the Grand Canyon Railway ! Relive the journey undertaken by travelers throughout two centuries, in a genuine steam train dating back to the early 1900’s. The Grand Canyon Railway operates year-round (except for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day), departing daily from Williams, Arizona, with a 3- 4 hour layover at the South Rim (layover time varies by season).

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