Thursday, May 24
- Round-trip climate-controlled transportation departing/returning to The High Country Conference Center
- Boxed Lunch provided prior to departure
- Expert licensed, tour guide(s) per vehicle
- All applicable taxes and gratuities
- All applicable admissions
This Grand Canyon tour is a great way to enjoy the Canyon without strenuous hiking. The professional guides from Grand Canyon Adventures will make sure that you get the most out of your trip.
*Tour is limited and seats may not be available after preregistration closes. Reserve early to secure your seat!
Tentative Event Schedule
12:30 pm—Guests pickup boxed lunches
1:00 pm—Guests board vehicle(s) and depart for Tour
2:15 pm—Arrive in the South Rim of the Grand Canyon
2:15 – 6:00 pm—Tour (specific sights and itinerary to be discussed on-site)
6:00 pm—Guests re-board vehicle(s) for return to hotel
7:30 pm—Guests arrive at The High Country Conference Center
NOTE: dinner will not be provided.
What is the temperature in the Grand Canyon?
The temperature at the bottom of the canyon is much warmer than it is on the rim. During the summer, the rim temperature typically stays between 80-90 degrees Fahrenheit (26-32 C).
How should I dress for the tour?
We suggest comfortable shorts, breathable tops, sunscreen, hats and sunglasses. Bring a hooded article in case of rain.
And don’t forget to bring:
- Water… lots of water
Due to high elevation it is easy to become dehydrated or feel the effects of minor altitude sickness. Take your time during moderate activity and make sure to drink a lot of water, more water than you think you need to drink. Some will be provided on the tour but you should pack a reusable water bottle.
- Your camera and/or cell phone
The Grand Canyon is world renowned for its scenic vistas. With ever-changing and colorful scenery of enormous proportions, it is widely considered one of the world's most spectacular landscapes. Have your camera ready!