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Best Time to Go
June is the driest month, July and August the wettest. January has average overnight lows of 13°F (-11°C) to 20°F (-7°C) and daytime highs around 40°F (4°C). Summer temperatures inside the canyon regularly soar above 100°F (38°C). While the South Rim is open year-round, most visitors come between late May and early September. The North Rim is open from mid-May to mid-October.
Most travelers prefer a quick meal at one of the on-site cafeterias in the South Rim, instead of an extended (and expensive) meal at one of the park's restaurants. Whatever you do, avoid the food in the nearby town of Tusayan, Ariz.; recent travelers say that the city's restaurants are particularly disappointing. In fact, many recommend packing lunches from local delis.
While driving may seem like the easiest way to get to the Grand Canyon, you'll have to deal with winding roads and overcrowded parking lots. You're better off relying on public transportation.
Even if you're visiting in the midst of summer, you can bank on chilly winds once the sun goes down. Make sure to bring a jacket just in case.
Don't forget your permits
If you are planning on setting up camp away from the designated campgrounds, you will need a backcountry permit. You can pick one up at one of the park's visitors' centers or ranger stations.