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While the North Rim doesn’t open until mid-June, by late March there’s no more snow at the open-year-round South Rim. Since summer can be unbearably hot, take advantage of cooler temperatures and hike down (or part of the way down) into the canyon, suggests Behr. Or let someone else do the hard work for you: Stay at a hotel, like the Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock in the desert town of Sedona, about two hours away. They’ll plan an outing for you via tour group company Pink Adventure Tours. Luxe L’Auberge de Sedona takes things a step further to celebrate the Park’s centennial year, offering an aerial adventure of the Grand Canyon for those who want to take in the sights from above.
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