Grand Canyon Sightseeing:

Grand canyon Sightseeing Information and Driving Directions to Grand Canyon Ranch Resort from Las Vegas, Nevada:

Flying to the Ranch - With our partner Heli USA Airways the ranch is just 40 minutes by helicopter conveniently departing from their private terminal at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport. All flights to the ranch include Heli USA's tour "To The Edge and Beyond" a flight below below the rim of the Grand Canyon. You will descend over 1,500 ft. passing through millions of years of geological

time viewing some of the oldest rock formations in the world. In awe you will float past towering cathedral like buttresses and stone columns bathed in ever-changing colors! Different exciting ranch/helicopter packages including weekend getaways are available at or direct toll free at 1-800-359-8727 from 6:00 am through 10:00 pm Pacific Time Zone.

Driving to the Ranch - With the opening of the Hoover Dam bypass bridge the ranch is a short two hour drive. Follow US 93S toward Hoover Dam. Continue past the dam for about 45 miles to Pierce Ferry Road. Turn left on Pierce Ferry Road toward Dolan Springs and continue through Dolan Springs. Continue for 29 miles to Diamond Bar Rd. Turn right on Diamond Bar Rd., continue on for

5.4 miles until you reach unpaved road. Continue one mile further on unpaved road on your right is Grand Canyon Ranch West Gate Entrance. The last mile of road like many ranches is not paved but a good surface.

3750 E. Diamond Bar Road
Meadview, Arizona 86444

Ranch phone no. direct: 928-715-3196

This unique Grand Canyon Western Ranch is just a 2 hour drive from Las Vegas on the way to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon GUEST TESTIMONIALS >>

Grand Canyon Western Ranch, 3750 E. Diamond Bar Rd., Meadview, Arizona 86444 U.S.A.

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