The Havasupai Indian Tribe lives in the Grand Canyon and grants visitors permits to its village in Supai. Explore the history of the tribe.
National Park Service in the Grand Canyon
The National Park Service gives a history of the Grand Canyon's peoples, flora, and fauna. Find out helpful hiking tips.
Includes information for planning a trip to Grand Canyon National Park.
Grand Canyon Treks
Discover the trails of the Grand Canyon.
Smart Hiking Tips From the National Park Service
The National Park Service provides smart hiking tips for Grand Canyon visitors.
Grand Canyon Hikes
This site tells you everything you need to know about reserving the ideal hike for you. Take a virtual tour, view a live webcam, and get a look at Dave Hogan and Shayne Hall, author Virginia Morell's "excellent guides."
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