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Registered as an Historical Landmark, this rustic lodge and cabins was designed by architect Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter in the mid 1930s. The lodge offers a wide range of affordable accommodation, as well as restaurants, a gift shop, a coffee shop/lounge and a transportation desk. All cabins have separate, private entrances. Rim cabins offer partial canyon views. Located in the western portion of the Grand Canyon Village, it is the check-in point for Grand Canyon mule rides.
Hikers often enjoy the eight-mile trek to the remote Native American village, Supai, located on the Havasupai Indian Reservation. Along the way the sights include some of the more magnificent waterfalls of the Grand Canyon including Havasu Falls, plus the various swimming holes of Havasu Creek. To begin this route, hikers start out from Hualapai Hilltop, which is situated at the end of a paved road, some 90 miles northwest of Seligman.