An American Icon—And One of the World’s Most Inspiring Sights
Just Ahead’s GPS-guided audio tour of Grand Canyon National Park is the ultimate way to experience the world’s most dramatic chasm.
Whether you’re driving along the rim of this awe-inspiring landmark, approaching it from any direction, or exploring any of the side trips we recommend, Just Ahead shares fascinating stories about the magnificent scenery you see as it rolls by outside your car window. Simply turn on the app, and we tell you all about what you’re seeing. In between sights, we tell you about the canyon’s geology, wildlife, human history, and much more.
Sample a few of the hundreds of stories that play automatically as you drive to and through Grand Canyon National Park:
The Grand Canyon is a geological marvel that thrills and inspires everyone who visits. But to get the most from your experience, you’ll want the richness and diversity of stories that Just Ahead provides: all the great sights and overlooks, plus the history, geology, American Indian culture, classic lodges, and historic landmarks.
Just Ahead’s Grand Canyon guide features hours of professionally narrated content at hundreds of places in and around the park, including:
Desert View Drive • Hermit Road • South Rim • North Rim • The Abyss • Hermits Rest • Desert View Watchtower • Grandview Point • Cape Royal • Point Imperial • Navajo Point • Bright Angel Point • Mather Point
The story unfolds as you approach the park. You’ll hear all about:
Scenic Approach Roads • Historic Landmarks • Wildlife • Trading Posts • The Changing Desert • Geology 101 (and 102!) • History, Legends, and Lore • Old Route 66 •
Grand Canyon Skywalk
You get insider tips on day hikes, side trips, and the park’s historic lodges. Where to stay, camp, hike. The canyon’s best photo opportunities for sunrise and sunset. Plus suggestions for further exploration:
The Dazzling Night Sky Star Show • Canyon Mule Rides • Colorado River Rafting
We relate fascinating lore and legends about the explorers, miners, pioneers, American Indians, and artists who are part of the Grand Canyon legacy.
You’ll experience Grand Canyon National Park in a way you never could on your own—and there’s no need to take your eyes off the scenery to thumb through maps and guidebooks.
It’s like having a friendly park ranger along for the ride!