Park/Recreation Spotlight: September
Rim Walking at the Grand Canyon, AZ
Your and your dog can view the popular Grand Canyon along
the South Rim where millions of visitors come every year. Dogs are allowed
on the South Rim trails which includes a 2.7 mile scenic walk along
the rim. The trail follows the edge of the Grand Canyon, and offers
excellent, awe-inspiring views of the Grand Canyon. Well-behaved pooches
are even allowed on the Geology Walk, a one hour park ranger guided
tour which consists of a leisurely walk along a 3/4 mile paved rim trail.
The following is the remainder of the doggie regulations. Dogs are not
allowed in park lodging, or on park buses. Pets are not permitted at
all on North Rim trails with the exception of a bridle path which connects
the lodge with the North Kaibab Trail.
For more information:
Grand Canyon National Park, Grand
Canyon, Arizona, 928-638-7888
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