Quick Answer: Where should I live near the Grand Canyon?

Where do you live if you work at the Grand Canyon?

*Free employee housing through October 31st, 2021* We live along the South Rim of the Canyon at a 7000-foot elevation in the ponderosa pine forest. Most new employees will reside in dormitory-style housing sharing a room with another employee.

Is there a town at the bottom of the Grand Canyon?

If you haven’t visited the village of Supai, there’s probably a good reason: The only town inside the Grand Canyon, it’s located deep inside a 3,000-foot-deep hole. … In fact, it’s the most remote town in the lower 48 states—and it’s well worth the inconvenience.

How many miles is it to the bottom of the Grand Canyon?

Knowing that the canyon is 6,000 feet deep (the average depth of the Grand Canyon is 5,280 feet) – a journey to the bottom of it requires training and planning for months in advance. Moreover, hiking to the bottom of the Grand Canyon takes around 10 miles in total, with a big elevation change.

What is the most beautiful part of the Grand Canyon?

The Grand Canyon’s Best Scenic Viewpoints

  1. Mather Point, South Rim. …
  2. Redwall Bridge, North Rim. …
  3. Hopi Point, South Rim Trail. …
  4. Plateau Point, Bright Angel Trail. …
  5. Shoshone Point, South Rim. …
  6. Desert View. …
  7. Angel’s Window, North Rim. …
  8. Black Bridge or Silver Bridge view from the River.
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