The Grand Canyon lies at the intersection of three of the four largest deserts in North America, the Great Basin, the Sonoran, and the Mojave. It has a variety of habitat types: from perennial clear water streams to rocky dry cliffs and slopes. Because there is always water in a landscape defined by its lack of it, a fascinating array of wildlife live in and around the canyon.
Each season brings its own unique advantages and weather conditions. In this blog post, we'll take you on a journey through the weather in the Grand Canyon Colorado River Corridor during April, May, June, July, August, and September, highlighting the distinct advantages of each month.
Embarking on a rafting adventure through the Grand Canyon is a bucket-list experience that promises unforgettable memories and breathtaking vistas. As you gear up for this thrilling journey into the heart of one of the world's natural wonders, it's essential to be well-prepared. Here are the top five things to consider as you get ready for your rafting trip in the Grand Canyon.