|GCHBA Facebook Page
|The GCHBA’s Facebook Page!
|GCHBA Facebook Group
|The GCHBA Facebook group: A great place to post questions, photos, etc.
|Grand Canyon Association
|The Grand Canyon Association is a nonprofit organization that supports education, research, and visitor services at Grand Canyon National Park. We operate bookstores, publish books, sponsor lectures, and offer guided classes through our field institute.
|Grand Canyon Field Institute
|Grand Canyon Field Institute (GCFI) is an educational program of the non-profit Grand Canyon Association, established in 1932. Working in partnership with the National Park Service, GCFI leads students on backpacks, day hikes, river trips and llama treks that explore the rich natural and cultural history of Grand Canyon National Park. Subject matter includes geology, ecology, archaeology, ornithology, botany, orienteering, pioneer and American Indian history, photography, survival skills, and backcountry emergency response. GCFI instructors are among the leading experts in a variety of canyon-related topics. Our participants range from families on vacation looking for an eco-adventure, to serious students of canyon country and the Colorado Plateau. Whatever your age or level of experience, GCFI has an unforgettable experience waiting for you!
|Contains numerous trip reports about self-propelled recreation. It has a large selection of Grand Canyon hikes, including a report about one of the GCHBA service projects. Each trip report typically contains photos, maps, and narrative about the adventure. WV is a no-profit, non-commercial site. Written by Rob of the WV. The direct link to only the GC trip reports is here.
|Grand Canyon Historical Society
|The Grand Canyon Historical Society is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to study and preserve the history of sites, historical photographs and artifacts of Grand Canyon and surrounding areas; and to support the restoration of sites and buildings at Grand Canyon National Park. The Grand Canyon Historical Society was founded in 1984 in Flagstaff. Originally called the Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, the name was changed in 2002.
|Grand Canyon Off the Trail
|This Catalog of Places is organized as a record of treks to various locations and landmarks in the Grand Canyon with an emphasis on remote places and off-trail routes. Written by Doug Nering.
|All Hikers – Grand Canyon
|This site contains trip reports, hike descriptions and maps, general park information, an interesting and fun series of “tests” about Grand Canyon history, and a variety of other useful information about hiking Grand Canyon. Written by Richard M. Perry.
|Grand Canyon Treks!
|Grand Canyon Treks provides information on the Grand Canyon Backcountry, focusing on historical trails and routes. Includes South Rim info, North Rim info, Phantom Ranch, history, trip reports, Canyon news, and the Colorado River. Grand Canyon Treks also includes information from Harvey Butchart, and the Kolb Bothers.
|Grand Canyon Explorer
|Information on Backcountry Permit procedures, trail descriptions, trip reports, maps, photos, general Grand Canyon information and much, much more.
|Hit the Trail
|After years of working as a Grand Canyon National Park backcountry ranger and then as a field instructor for the Grand Canyon Field Institute have decided to share some of the things I have learned while working with the public and during my own backpacking experiences. Written by Denise Traver.
|National Park Service –
The Grand Canyon
|The Grand Canyon is more than a great chasm carved over millennia through the rocks of the Colorado Plateau. It is more than an awe-inspiring view. It is more than a pleasuring ground for those who explore the roads, hike the trails, or float the currents of the turbulent Colorado River. This canyon is a gift that transcends what we experience. Its beauty and size humble us. Its timelessness provokes a comparison to our short existence. In its vast spaces we may find solace from our hectic lives. The Grand Canyon we visit today is a gift from past generations.
|RIJIM Home page
|Through this web page, Kathy and I will share with you some of our Grand Canyon backcountry adventures. Over the past few years, we have strived to improve our equipment and menu with the goal of reducing our pack weights, and at the same time extending the length of our treks.
|Grand Canyon Hikers Group
|Grand Canyon Hikers Group (The former Yahoo group)
|A detailed and accurate guide about Grand Canyon with all the needed information, maps, detailed route description, and even GPS coordinates anyone can download for free