Experience the Majestic North Rim of The Grand Canyon!
Our lodge has been designated as a historic landmark and is located right on the edge of the Grand Canyon providing spectacular canyon views, desert and mountain vistas and spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
Located at over 8000 feet in altitude and surrounded by a dense forest of Pine and Aspen, nature, solitude and beauty prevail.
About Grand Canyon North Rim
The Grand Canyon North Rim is a private corporation owned by Forever Resorts. The corporation operates visitor services under a concession agreement with the National Park Service. Our operation includes 218 guest cabins and hotel units, dining room, gift shop, deli, general store, public laundry and shower facility, and gas station.
The Employee Experience
Our Employees come from various parts of the United States and all over the world. With such a small and diverse staff, Grand Canyon North Rim provides a community atmosphere and encourages cultural exchanges. Many of our staff have returned for multiple seasons and would love to have you join us as part of our family!
The Grand Canyon North Rim offers planned recreational opportunities as well as outings and trips to other National Parks and places of interests.
Our Ideal Candidate has a positive attitude, strong work ethic, flexibility, and is seeking the experience of living and working in a beautiful remote setting. Grand Canyon Lodge at North Rim is located at an elevation of 8000 feet, and so your ability and willingness to work at a high elevation and a remote location are important factors in our hiring process. As a condition of employment every Grand Canyon North Rim Employee must pass pre-employment background drug screenings.
International Students -
Forever Resorts is proud to participate in the J-1 Student Visa Cultural Exchange program. We offer unique work experiences in beautiful and historic places that are ideal for creating memories and experiences that will last a lifetime. International students are important to us because they bring unparalleled richness and diversity to our workforce and are critical to our seasonal success. We’re excited to hear from you!
If you are an international student and interested in working with us in the USA, you must obtain a J-1 Student Exchange Visa and be sufficiently fluent in English. Because we do not sponsor visas ourselves, we work with Visa Sponsor organizations who will assist you in obtaining a visa. CIEE, GeoVisions, and Janus International are the J-1 Visa Sponsor organizations we currently work with. Please contact one of our Visa Sponsor organizations and they will assist you with information on requirements to obtain a J-1 visa, current job openings, beginning the application process, and pricing information.
Unfortunately, we are currently unable to sponsor other visa types.
Room and Board
Team members reside either in our dormitories or the staff RV Park. Modern dorm rooms are shared with 1-2 people and each room has its own bath, closet space is limited. There is a $15.00 per day cost for room and board which includes 3 meals per day and is deducted from staff paychecks. Laundry facilities are available free of charge. A refundable dorm deposit of $100 is required.
RV sites are full hook-up, paved and wooded. The cost is $6.00 per person/per day and does not include meals although meals can be purchased at a reasonable cost. Pets are permitted in the RV Park based on park service regulations. A refundable RV deposit of $50 is required.
Please note: Cell phone service is extremely limited and not having cell service is a definite possibility.
- The experience of living and working in a beautiful national park
- Clean air, wildlife, and miles of hiking trails
- Cultural diversity
- Competitive wages in a remote setting that provide a great opportunity for savings
- Discounts in our gift store, general store, dining room, and deli
- Planned adventures and activities
- Weekly shopping trips into town
- Computer facilities, internet, and Wi-Fi
- DVD Rentals and book library
- 401K Savings Plan
Getting Here and Getting Around
Team members may drive to the Grand Canyon North Rim or access the property by a combination of air and shuttle service.
By Car: Main driving access is either via North/South Interstate 15 between Las Vegas and Salt Lake City or East/West Interstate 40 between Los Angeles and Albuquerque.
By Air and Shuttle: It is best to fly into Las Vegas and then take a Greyhound Bus or the St. George Shuttle to St. George, UT.
We provide free shuttle service from St. George, UT with advance reservations through Human Resources.
This service is generally provided with pick-ups by no later than 2 pm Utah Time. We do make a shopping stop along the way to the North Rim.
A vehicle is not a necessity at the North Rim but it is a convenience. There is a no-cost employee shuttle service from the housing area to the work areas. And we do provide opportunities for scenic outings as well as shopping.
The remote setting of the North Rim offers a rare opportunity to explore and experience nature at its finest. Hiking, mountain biking, 4-wheeling, star gazing, rafting, mule riding, animal watching, photography…..the North Rim has it all.
The Bright Angel Trail is considered one of the most challenging and beautiful hikes in North America. The full 22-mile hike travels down the canyon to Phantom Ranch, crosses the Colorado River and climbs up the canyon to the South Rim. Many less challenging, scenic trails are available or there are opportunities to explore the canyon on a mule or back roads in a vehicle.
Sunrises and sunsets at the North Rim are magnificent and the changing light and shadows in the canyon create opportunities for unique photographs. And don’t forget the amazing animals: the Kaibab Squirrel is only found around the North Rim offering the opportunity to check viewing one of these quirky creatures off your “bucket list”.
As a company, the North Rim offers planned recreational opportunities such as team sports, holiday celebrations, arts and crafts, games, yoga, music and movie events as well as outings and trips to other National Parks and places of interests.