Yaki Point on the South Rim – The Grand Canyon constantly changes colors, and Yaki Point on the South Rim is a great place to watch the sunset.
Meet our ranger – Andy Pearce is the environmental education specialist at Grand Canyon National Park and loves spending the majority of his time teaching kids about the park.
The Colorado River – The Colorado River, seen here from Tonto Plateau, stretches for 277 miles through the Grand Canyon.
North Rim's Bright Angel Point – Because of high winds and heavy snow, the North Rim's Bright Angel Point is only open from May 15 to October 15.
A perfect habitat – Bighorn sheep migration patterns are determined by elevation, making the Grand Canyon a perfect habitat.
Rafting the Colorado River – There are commercial and noncommercial Colorado River rafting trips lasting between a half day and 25 days.
Phantom Ranch – Reservations are required to stay at Phantom Ranch on the floor of the Grand Canyon.
Marble Canyon – Prehistoric granaries along the Colorado River in Marble Canyon were carved by Native Americans.
Desert View Watchtower – Desert View Watchtower is on Desert View Drive and is accessible from Grand Canyon Village and the park's east entrance.
Under a winter moon – Pearce says cross-country skiing at night to the rim of the canyon is a rare treat.