Welcome to
( www.kaibab.org )

Serving the Grand Canyon to the World Wide Web since 1994

Last updated May 12, 2016

This web site was created and continues to be maintained out of a labor of love with the Grand Canyon, one of planet Earth's most astounding natural features. I began my adventures at the Canyon over 20 years ago with numerous visits to the both the north and south rims and have been addicted to it ever since. In late 1987 I did my first day hike down into the inner canyon and discovered a whole new world down there below the rim.

Please use the menu at the lower left to select your area of interest, to explore deeper into the Canyon's depths.

Click here to download a Pocket PC or PDA version of the web site.

to view the Pocket PC version of the web site in a separate window. When the new window opens you should adjust the font size in it so that the page title fits on one line.

These web pages are maintained by:

Bob Ribokas

The author is not employed by nor is in another way affiliated with the National Park Service. Any views expressed in this document are my own and do not necessarily represent the views of the National Park Service, InfoMagic or TERADYNE, Inc.
Comments and suggestions are welcomed.

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Click here to view the revision history for this document.

Click here to view a list of this sites contributors.

Click here to view a list of awards that the site has received.

This web site is dedicated to the memory and the vision of singer/songwriter John Denver, who began this journey for me.

Visit BobsPixels Digital Photography web site at http://www.BobsPixels.com.

Calendars, including a Grand Canyon 2007 calendar can be found here.

I lost my free hosting service for Grand Canyon Explorer at Aspect1 Internet Services on April 1, 2007. The people at Aspect1 were never as supportive of the Grand Canyon Explorer web site as the old InfoMagic company was and when they decided to start charging me for disk space the site had to move. The world needs more companies like the old InfoMagic. I am now hosting Grand Canyon Explorer myself under my BobsPixels.com photography web site. If you like the Grand Canyon Explorer web site and would like to help support it you might consider purchasing a photograph from BobsPixels.com.

Copyright © Bob Ribokas, 1994-2007, all rights reserved. This publication and its text and photos may not be copied for commercial use without the express written permission of Bob Ribokas.