WHAT TO BRING ON YOUR TOUR:

Your Grand Canyon tour will take you up to 7,000 feet in elevation. The South Rim is located on the Coconino Plateau and is much higher then all of us folks are use to! So, we encourage you to wear loose clothing that is light in color, use sun block, and wear a hat. We do provide sun block and plenty of water. The temperature is much cooler at the Grand Canyon then it is in Las Vegas so you can expect a 20-25 degree difference in temperature with a nice, cool breeze. There is rarely any humidity. However, you are much closer to the sun and will burn quickly. We highly recommend that you DO NOT wear sandles or open-toe shoes at all. Always wear comfortable, walking or hiking shoes. You'll also want to bring these items FOR ALL OTHER TOURS WITH GRAND-ADVENTURES.COM

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The biggest mistake that we see is that people run out of film or batteries. You will take between 100-200 pictures while walking along the rim on your Grand Canyon tour. We do carry sun block and chapstick and will provide that for you.

ALWAYS BRING:

SUMMERTIME:

WINTERTIME:

We recommend that you carry a small backpack for an extra shirt, water bottle, and camera gear. It's important that you wear tennis shoes or comfortable hiking shoes.  Sandles or open-toed shoes are not recommended.  And, no way, don't wear stilettos - ouch!

Small Backpack

Good Walking Shoes

Dress in Light-Colored Clothing

Binoculars

Small Backpack

Good Walking Shoes

Dress in Light-Colored Clothing

Binoculars

It can get very windy on the rim of the Grand Canyon and the weather can change quickly during the wintertime. It's important that you dress properly. We do carry extra jackets just in case you do not have a jacket for unpredictable weather.

Gloves &Scarf

Knit Cap

Warm Winter Jacket

Warm Shoes/Light Boots