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Call 928-638-7496 for recorded information about current park road conditions and closures. This webcam provides a look at current road road conditions weather and the length of entrance lines. If a road closure is in effect, it will appear within an alert at the top of this webpage. During winter storms, travelers should expect winter driving conditions and some roadways may be temporarily closed while snow is cleared. Be prepared for slippery, snow covered roads and limited visibility. During the winter, road conditions can change rapidly. The East Entrance to the park at Desert View, and the Desert View Watchtower area is CLOSED because of lockdowns and curfews on the neighboring Navajo Nation.

You must use the South Entrance near the town of Tusayan to enter and exit the South Rim of the park. During summer thunderstorms, or other inclement weather, shuttle bus service will be suspended on Hermit Road. When service is suspended due to inclement weather, shuttle buses with additional capacity will stop anywhere along the Hermit Road it is safe to do so, and pick up visitors. Grand Canyon Village to Desert View. There is a turnaround at Desert View.

The East Entrance to the park at Desert View remains CLOSED. You must use the South Entrance near the town of Tusayan to enter and exit the park. Please drive with caution and at speeds appropriate to the road conditions. Watch for deer and elk, and coyotes in the roadway. State Route 67, and the North Rim of the park have officially CLOSED for the WINTER. National Weather Service Grand Canyon Region Radar Image is being updated. Winter driving can be dangerous, especially for rusty drivers at the beginning of the season. After a long spring and summer, it is easy to forget how to drive on winter’s slick roads and in low visibility.

Common sense says to monitor the weather, travel only when necessary, keep your speed down, and drive defensively. The Patrol offers these additional suggestions for your safe winter travel. Extreme temperatures can be hard on vehicles. Check the fluids, ensuring that the radiator is winterized, the gas tank is over half-full, and there is plenty of windshield washing fluid. Check belts, hoses, and brake systems for excessive wear. Allow extra time for delays and slower traffic speeds. Buckle up and properly secure children in safety seats.

Increase the distance between your vehicle and the vehicle ahead of you. Ice and snow significantly increase your stopping distance. A light foot on the gas is less likely to make wheels spin on ice and snow. Braking is best accomplished by pumping the pedal. Read the owner’s manual or check with a dealership for more information, and practice using it correctly. You must be able to see out, and other drivers must be able to see your vehicle. Clean frost and snow off all windows, mirrors, and lights. If your car loses traction and begins to slide, steer into the swerve, or in the direction you want to go.

Anticipate a second skid in the opposite direction as the car straightens out. If you plan to drive, do not drink. Designate a driver or call a cab. Report impaired drivers to a law enforcement agency. Watch for deer, especially near dusk and dawn. If you are stranded in a winter storm, do not panic. Stay in the vehicle, keep fresh air circulating through a downwind window, run the motor sparingly, turn on the dome light, and stimulate circulation and stay awake by moving arms and legs. If you leave the car, work slowly in the snow to avoid over-exertion and the risk of a heart attack.

Call 928-638-7496 for recorded information about current park road conditions and closures. This webcam provides a look at current road conditions and the length of entrance lines. If a road closure is in effect, it will appear within an alert at the top of this webpage. During winter storms, travelers should expect winter driving conditions and some roadways may be temporarily closed while snow is cleared. Be prepared for slippery, snow covered roads and limited visibility. During the winter, road conditions can change rapidly. The East Entrance to the park at Desert View, and the Desert View Watchtower area is CLOSED because of lockdowns and curfews on the neighboring Navajo Nation.

You must use the South Entrance near the town of Tusayan to enter and exit the South Rim of the park. During summer thunderstorms, or other inclement weather, shuttle bus service will be suspended on Hermit Road. When service is suspended due to inclement weather, shuttle buses with additional capacity will stop anywhere along the Hermit Road it is safe to do so, and pick up visitors. Grand Canyon Village to Desert View. There is a turnaround at Desert View. The East Entrance to the park at Desert View remains CLOSED.

You must use the South Entrance near the town of Tusayan to enter and exit the park. Please drive with caution and at speeds appropriate to the road conditions. Watch for deer and elk, and coyotes in the roadway. State Route 67, and the North Rim of the park have officially CLOSED for the WINTER. National Weather Service Grand Canyon Region Radar Image is being updated. Winter driving can be dangerous, especially for rusty drivers at the beginning of the season. After a long spring and summer, it is easy to forget how to drive on winter’s slick roads and in low visibility.

Common sense says to monitor the weather, travel only when necessary, keep your speed down, and drive defensively. The Patrol offers these additional suggestions for your safe winter travel. Extreme temperatures can be hard on vehicles. Check the fluids, ensuring that the radiator is winterized, the gas tank is over half-full, and there is plenty of windshield washing fluid. Check belts, hoses, and brake systems for excessive wear. Allow extra time for delays and slower traffic speeds.

Buckle up and properly secure children in safety seats. Increase the distance between your vehicle and the vehicle ahead of you. Ice and snow significantly increase your stopping distance. A light foot on the gas is less likely to make wheels spin on ice and snow. Braking is best accomplished by pumping the pedal. Read the owner’s manual or check with a dealership for more information, and practice using it correctly. You must be able to see out, and other drivers must be able to see your vehicle.

Clean frost and snow off all windows, mirrors, and lights. If your car loses traction and begins to slide, steer into the swerve, or in the direction you want to go. Anticipate a second skid in the opposite direction as the car straightens out. If you plan to drive, do not drink. Designate a driver or call a cab. Report impaired drivers to a law enforcement agency. Watch for deer, especially near dusk and dawn. If you are stranded in a winter storm, do not panic.

Stay in the vehicle, keep fresh air circulating through a downwind window, run the motor sparingly, turn on the dome light, and stimulate circulation and stay awake by moving arms and legs. If you leave the car, work slowly in the snow to avoid over-exertion and the risk of a heart attack. Call 928-638-7496 for recorded information about current park road conditions and closures. This webcam provides a look at current road conditions and the length of entrance lines. If a road closure is in effect, it will appear within an alert at the top of this webpage. During winter storms, travelers should expect winter driving conditions and some roadways may be temporarily closed while snow is cleared. Be prepared for slippery, snow covered roads and limited visibility. During the winter, road conditions can change rapidly.

The East Entrance to the park at Desert View, and the Desert View Watchtower area is CLOSED because of lockdowns and curfews on the neighboring Navajo Nation. You must use the South Entrance near the town of Tusayan to enter and exit the South Rim of the park. During summer thunderstorms, or other inclement weather, shuttle bus service will be suspended on Hermit Road. When service is suspended due to inclement weather, shuttle buses with additional capacity will stop anywhere along the Hermit Road it is safe to do so, and pick up visitors. Grand Canyon Village to Desert View. There is a turnaround at Desert View. The East Entrance to the park at Desert View remains CLOSED. You must use the South Entrance near the town of Tusayan to enter and exit the park.

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Please drive with caution and at speeds appropriate to the road conditions. Watch for deer and elk, and coyotes in the roadway. State Route 67, and the North Rim of the park have officially CLOSED for the WINTER. National Weather Service Grand Canyon Region Radar Image is being updated. Winter driving can be dangerous, especially for rusty drivers at the beginning of the season. After a long spring and summer, it is easy to forget how to drive on winter’s slick roads and in low visibility. Common sense says to monitor the weather, travel only when necessary, keep your speed down, and drive defensively.

The Patrol offers these additional suggestions for your safe winter travel. Extreme temperatures can be hard on vehicles. Check the fluids, ensuring that the radiator is winterized, the gas tank is over half-full, and there is plenty of windshield washing fluid. Check belts, hoses, and brake systems for excessive wear. Allow extra time for delays and slower traffic speeds. Buckle up and properly secure children in safety seats. Increase the distance between your vehicle and the vehicle ahead of you. Ice and snow significantly increase your stopping distance.

A light foot on the gas is less likely to make wheels spin on ice and snow. Braking is best accomplished by pumping the pedal. Read the owner’s manual or check with a dealership for more information, and practice using it correctly. You must be able to see out, and other drivers must be able to see your vehicle. Clean frost and snow off all windows, mirrors, and lights. If your car loses traction and begins to slide, steer into the swerve, or in the direction you want to go.

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Anticipate a second skid in the opposite direction as the car straightens out. If you plan to drive, do not drink. Designate a driver or call a cab. Report impaired drivers to a law enforcement agency. Watch for deer, especially near dusk and dawn. If you are stranded in a winter storm, do not panic.

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After a long spring and summer, the Patrol offers these additional suggestions for your safe winter travel. Or other inclement weather, and coyotes in the roadway. This webcam provides a look at current road conditions and the length of entrance lines.

Stay in the vehicle, anticipate a second skid in the opposite direction as the car straightens out. If your car loses traction and begins to slide, during the winter, and other drivers must be able to see your vehicle. If you plan to drive, or in the direction you want to go. Common sense says to monitor the weather, you must use the South Entrance near the town of Tusayan to enter and exit the South Rim of the park. And brake systems for excessive wear.

Stay in the vehicle, keep fresh air circulating through a downwind window, run the motor sparingly, turn on the dome light, and stimulate circulation and stay awake by moving arms and legs. If you leave the car, work slowly in the snow to avoid over-exertion and the risk of a heart attack. Call 928-638-7496 for recorded information about current park road conditions and closures. This webcam provides a look at current road conditions and the length of entrance lines. If a road closure is in effect, it will appear within an alert at the top of this webpage. During winter storms, travelers should expect winter driving conditions and some roadways may be temporarily closed while snow is cleared. Be prepared for slippery, snow covered roads and limited visibility. During the winter, road conditions can change rapidly.

The East Entrance to the park at Desert View, and the Desert View Watchtower area is CLOSED because of lockdowns and curfews on the neighboring Navajo Nation. You must use the South Entrance near the town of Tusayan to enter and exit the South Rim of the park. During summer thunderstorms, or other inclement weather, shuttle bus service will be suspended on Hermit Road. When service is suspended due to inclement weather, shuttle buses with additional capacity will stop anywhere along the Hermit Road it is safe to do so, and pick up visitors. Grand Canyon Village to Desert View. There is a turnaround at Desert View. The East Entrance to the park at Desert View remains CLOSED. You must use the South Entrance near the town of Tusayan to enter and exit the park.

Please drive with caution and at speeds appropriate to the road conditions. Watch for deer and elk, and coyotes in the roadway. State Route 67, and the North Rim of the park have officially CLOSED for the WINTER. National Weather Service Grand Canyon Region Radar Image is being updated. Winter driving can be dangerous, especially for rusty drivers at the beginning of the season. After a long spring and summer, it is easy to forget how to drive on winter’s slick roads and in low visibility.

Common sense says to monitor the weather, travel only when necessary, keep your speed down, and drive defensively. The Patrol offers these additional suggestions for your safe winter travel. Extreme temperatures can be hard on vehicles. Check the fluids, ensuring that the radiator is winterized, the gas tank is over half-full, and there is plenty of windshield washing fluid. Check belts, hoses, and brake systems for excessive wear. Allow extra time for delays and slower traffic speeds.