Photo Tours & Workshops Participant Checklist
If you are taking part in a private workshop or photo tour, you will need to reserve lodging for yourself. The hotels and lodges at the Grand Canyon often book out several months, or even a year, in advance. It's important to book your lodging as early as possible. You can learn more about lodging at the Grand Canyon here on my website: Hotels and Lodges at the Grand Canyon
A pass is required to enter Grand Canyon National Park. You will need to either purchase a temporary pass that allows you to enter the park for 7 days or you will need to purchase the America the Beautiful pass, which allows you to enter any national park for 1-year. It is recommended that you purchase your pass before the start of the workshop to avoid being tied up at the entrance station. You can learn more about the park passes on the park's website: Grand Canyon Fees & Passes
Workshop & Tour Registration Forms
Please download and complete Workshop & Tour Registration Forms, and email them to me within 72 hours of registering for a workshop or tour. Once your completed registration forms have been received, I will email you with additional information about the tour or workshop.
Recommended Camera Gear
Review the information shared in my Grand Canyon Photography Gear Guide. This guide has been created to assist you in planning & preparing for your photography trip to the Grand Canyon.
Check the Weather
It's important to check the weather forecast about a week before you are due to arrive for your photo tour or workshop, as the weather at the Grand Canyon can be highly variable. I recommend using the National Weather Service website, as many other services and resources report on the weather at the bottom of the canyon, where it can be much warmer and drier.