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We stayed in a Pioneer cabin at the North Rim so we could get an early start the next day on our hike along the North Kaibab Trail. These cabins are VERY basic and ours came with one double bed and one twin bed. The...More
I want to go back and stay at this beautiful lodge. We camped at the campground just 1 mile away. Beautiful, quiet campground. Lots of hiking trails. Less visited than the South Rim. A lot of people start or end their hike into the canyon...More
The high altitude North Rim is beautiful, less populated and wilder than the South rim. That is a big draw. The Lodge is a handsome old National Park building, but it strains to keep up with its guests. Dinner reservations must be made well in...More
HI. this is a great getaway from the normal day. the rooms are small but then you dont spend any time except for sleeping and they are adequate. the restaurant is very good and not expensive. only 280 miles from Las Vegas. do it. do...More
No one can deny the Lodge itself is a wonderful gem. The spectacular views from the dining room and patios are fantastic. We were here only a week or so before it was closing for the season and I was told when we booked that...More
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No. Pets, except for service dogs only (no emotional support animals), are not allowed in any lodging facilities at the North Rim. The definition of a service dog is quite specific. There are no kennel services at the North... More
No. Pets, except for service dogs only (no emotional support animals), are not allowed in any lodging facilities at the North Rim. The definition of a service dog is quite specific. There are no kennel services at the North Rim.
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