Why Visit the East Rim?
Located near Page, AZ, the Grand Canyon's East Rim is home to some of the most famous views of the Grand Canyon, including picture-perfect Horseshoe Bend and the mystical curved walls of Antelope Canyon. You can also spot the beginning of the Grand Canyon where the Colorado River and Little Colorado River meet at Marble Canyon.
The remote Grand Canyon East region offers a unique alternative to the popular South and West Rims, and is accessible year round. If you're looking for an off-the-beaten-path Grand Canyon experience, head to the East Rim. Tours depart daily from Las Vegas, including flights directly to Page as well as awe-inspiring views of the Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, and other Southwest landmarks.
Unlike the South Rim, North Rim, and Grand Canyon West, there is no officially designated tourist area on the East Rim. Some of the East Rim is located on Navajo Indian Tribal Lands, but most of the famous sites are accessible from the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.