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Phantom Ranch
Hiking Around Las Vegas, Grand Canyon National Park
Bright Angel Campground and Phantom Ranch
Bright Angel Trail
Trail signs at Silver Bridge (view N)

Phantom Lodge

Bright Angel Creek pours cool, clear water into the often muddy Colorado River, making this an important place for residents and visitors over the millennia. The ancients left their mark in the ruins of Bright Angel Pueblo, and the old tourist camp of Phantom Ranch maintains an active business.

With reservations, cabins and dorms are available. There are 11 private cabins (2 with queen beds, 2 that sleep 10 people in bunk beds, and 7 that sleep 4 in bunk beds). Each cabin has a sink and toilet, but showers are centrally located. Communal dorms are available for hikers. There are 2 male dorms and 2 female dorms, each with 5 bunk beds, a shower, and restroom.

With reservations, lodgers and campers can find food at the Cantina (dining hall). Breakfast and dinner are hot, but only sack lunches are available midday. Snacks, cold drinks, beer, wine, and sundries are available when meals are not being served.

Link to map or official Phantom Ranch website.

Bright Angel Trail
Following Bright Angel Creek towards Phantom Ranch (view N)
Bright Angel Trail
Trail junction to PR Ranger Station (view NE)
Bright Angel Trail
Sign at trail junction to PR Ranger Station (view NE)
Bright Angel Trail
Phantom Ranch cabins under the trees (view NE)
Bright Angel Trail
Phantom Ranch cabins under the trees (view NE)
Bright Angel Trail
Phantom Ranch cabins under the trees (view NE)
Bright Angel Trail
Trail junction to PR lodge (view NE)
Bright Angel Trail
Phantom Ranch dining hall (view NE)
Bright Angel Trail
Hiker arriving at Phantom Ranch dining hall (view NE during evening)
Bright Angel Trail
Phantom Ranch dining hall and water faucet (view NE)
Bright Angel Trail
Phantom Ranch dining hall
Bright Angel Trail
Phantom Ranch dining hall prices
Phantom Ranch
Phantom Ranch dining hall prices (subject to change)
Bright Angel Trail
Phantom Ranch dining hall
Bright Angel Trail
Some cabins lie beyond dining hall (view N)
Bright Angel Trail
Phantom Ranch private cabin
Bright Angel Trail
North Kaibab Trail continues up the canyon (view NE)
Bright Angel Trail
North Kaibab Trail continues up the canyon (view NE)
Bright Angel Trail
Trail crew fixing the trails
Bright Angel Trail
Departing PR dining hall and heading back to campground

Happy Hiking! All distances, elevations, and other facts are approximate.
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