Autumn at the North Rim
October 2, 2023 - October 6, 2023
The North Rim offers a serene and captivating Grand Canyon experience. Being more remote and less developed than the South Rim, it also attracts fewer visitors. Its topography forms the edge of the Kaibab Plateau, giving way to elevations ranging from 8,000-8,800 feet. This higher elevation lends itself to offering vast vistas from the viewpoints.
The golden season in the Grand Canyon is quite short, lasting only two to four weeks and we have timed this workshop to coincide with the normal peak season so that we can capture breathtaking bright-yellow, dark-red, and golden-orange trees amongst all the evergreens. Their bright gold and pale yellow aspen leaves add an unexpected splash of color amongst the meadows and forests of spruces, pines, and firs.
The North Rim is a fall favorite for photographer Larry Lindahl and he loves to share his expertise and creative vision for capturing this incredible landscape. During this workshop, Larry will guide you to various viewpoints in prime light including Point Imperial, Angel’s Window, and everybody’s favorite, Cape Royal.
This workshop is with Arizona Highways PhotoScapes.