Google Map To The Grand Canyon Railroad, Williams, Arizona.
Next we visit the most popular viewing point at the Grand Canyon, called Mather Point. From here we can see Phantom Ranch.
We then catch the train back to Williams and listen to great live cowboy music on the way home.
If you are planning to visit Williams, Arizona and to take the Grand Canyon Railroad Train Ride. And if you are coming from outside of Arizona, you could fly into Flagstaff, Arizona and then rent a car.
If you are planning to visit only the Grand Canyon. And if you are coming from outside of Arizona, you could fly into Flagstaff, Arizona and then rent a car. It's about 81 miles from there to the South Rim of the Canyon.
You also could fly into the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and drive the 231 miles to the South Rim. Sky Harbor is the closest MAJOR airport to the Grand Canyon and the most popular choice for those looking to fly and drive to the Canyon.
There is an airport at the Grand Canyon but it does not handle large commercial aircraft. Tour aircraft mostly use that airport.
There are hotels and motels in both areas and if you need a place to stay; Priceline.com can arrange that for you.
We have some links to Priceline.com on this page since they can arrange all of your air flights, hotels and car.
You may need some outdoor clothing and equipment, if you plan to visit the Flagstaff area to tour Williams and take the Grand Canyon Railroad Train Ride.
We have some links to Altrec on this page since they are a good online source for outdoor gear.
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Most Tourists Come Here
First Visited Here
Walk Out Past The Rails
|Audrey DeLange Says,|
"I See Phantom Ranch!
Half Day Down
All Day Up!"
|Phantom Ranch||Phantom Ranch Close-Up|
|"What A View"||"Here's A Close-Up"|
|Back To The Depot|
Catch The Train
|Listen To Cowboy Songs|