Guided Hiking tours of the Grand Canyon North Rim. At an elevation of over 8000', the amazing north rim is more secluded than the south side.
Kaibab national forest is the gateway to the Grand Canyon north rim and is an area that many overlook. We have selected a few overlooks that we think offer a great experience for those interested in Landscape photography. Places like Crazy Jug, Marble Canyon viewpoint, North Timp and Saddle mountain offer a memorable look into the Grand Canyon at a relaxed pace with little or no people in the way. We think the view into the Grand Canyon is very important as well as the experience for the photographer. Too many times you can get to a great overlook and set up to shoot and then here comes a large bus tours full of people with hawaiian shirts and megaphones. We strive to give you a more peaceful experience and to do this we have to go a little off the beaten path. Our trips will last 6-7 hours in length and will primarily depart from Kanab Utah. If you are staying anywhere else we can make arrangements to meet in Jacob Lake Arizona just outside the Kaibab national forest. We use comfortable SUV vehicles on our tours and provide lunch and bottled waters on all tours. All you have to do is decide whether you want to join a photography workshop or a tour to these locations without the professional photographer. Either way you will see the north rim Grand Canyon and Kaibab national forrest in a whole new light. Here are the tours available:
One of the best viewpoints for photography on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon is Marble Viewpoint, located in the Kaibab National Forest. Here you