Countless adventures await you at the base of the vermillion cliffs whether you’re looking for solitude, excitement rafting the Colorado River, hiking, fishing, visiting national parks or just gazing at the stars.
What brings anglers back to Lees Ferry again and again? It’s the tug! It’s the mind-blowing grab of a wild trout in the gin clear waters of the Colorado River that start your juices flowing whether it’s the first or fiftieth time you experience it. The Colorado River on the downstream or “tailwater” side of Glen Canyon dam is a unique fishery – unlike others in the world. LEARN MORE
Northern Arizona and the Colorado Plateau offer some of the most beautiful landscapes in the Southwest. From the high-desert canyonLEARN MORE
country to the ponderosa forest of the Kaibab Plateau, there are hundreds of hiking trails all...
Revered as one of the rarest birds in the world, the California Condor was placed on the Federal Endangered Species list in 1967. Since then, the world population has increased to more than 400 condors around the world...LEARN MORE
Not only is Cliff Dwellers Lodge on the road between the North and South Rims of the Grand Canyon, it offers access to other National Parks within a few hours. Enjoy our hospitality as you visit some of the world’s most spectacular... places.LEARN MORE
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Lake Powell was created in 1963. This is when the Glen Canyon Dam was in the process of being constructed and put into place. It took roughly 17 years for the lake to fill completely. LEARN MORE
Underneath, if you were to remove over 500...
For a brilliant array of stars, step outside and look up at the night skies. With no city lights or haze to detract from celestial perfection, you can see how full of light the sky really is. Test your astronomy skills and see how many...LEARN MORE
One of the best ways to see the Grand Canyon is by a white water adventure down the Colorado River. Since John Wesley Powell’s first exploratory trip in 1869, thousands of people have become part of the...LEARN MORE