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Grand Canyon National Park sees millions of visitors every year and tens of thousands of those visitors travel from around the world to venture below-the-rim. More than 400 miles of trails lead visitors through a geological and ecological marvel, on a journey of connection, escape, and perspective.
In 2021, an all-woman NPS trail crew with the help from Arizona Conservation Corps (AZCC) lugged heavy equipment and tools into the canyon near Ooh Aah Point to restore part of the South Kaibab Trail. The trail is now pathed with beautiful, handmade stonework and hikers are now able to enjoy their adventure with improved safety.
Your gift to Grand Canyon Conservancy protects this Natural Wonder of the World and ensures that our trails remain world-class forever.
What's been completed
*Cyclical maintenance is the continuing treatment, restoration, and repair of all corridor trails at Grand Canyon.
The Grand Canyon cannot take care of itself. With over six million visitors to the park each year, trails are impacted and the park needs help to maintain them. The Trails Forever endowment fund is a powerful and secure way to support the canyon trails we love in perpetuity.”
Laura and Arch Brown
Words cannot describe all Grand Canyon has to offer: amazing vistas, beautiful sunrises and sunsets, spectacular hiking and rafting. We contribute to trail preservation and educational programs, which are not always funded by federal dollars. Yet, they are important because they allow everyone to stay connected to Grand Canyon. We will continue to support GCC to afford other families the same opportunity.”
Howard Theile & Family
Grand Canyon has some of the most pristine night skies on the planet. We're working to keep it that way.
Members of American Indian tribes are working with the park to celebrate the tribal heritage of Grand Canyon.
More than 400 miles of historic backcountry trails lead into the canyon. We want to ensure they remain welcoming and accessible.