Why Page-Lake Powell for Grand Canyon North Rim Accommodations?
The North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park is located atop the Kaibab Plateau in an astoundingly remote part of northern Arizona. The merits of choosing to make the trip to the North Rim are clear: far fewer crowds at the Rim and on trails; dramatic views distinct from those you'll get at the South Rim or West Rim; guided mule trips; world-class hiking and backpacking and breathtaking scenery atop the Kaibab Plateau.
Any Grand Canyon North Rim vacation will require an overnight, whether camping or lodging indoors. Many visitors wisely opt to stay in the Page-Lake Powell area,: 120 beautiful miles from the entrance to Grand Canyon North Rim on the border of Arizona and Utah. When the sun goes down on your North Rim visit, the merits of choosing Page for your overnight lodging are clear.Written by: Chrissy Zubieta
GRAND CANYON'S NEAREST AIRPORTS
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PLANES, TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES
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