Perched right on the canyon rim, this classic mountain lodge is as impressive a lodge as any you’ll find in a national park; it’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The stone-and-log main building has a soaring ceiling and a viewing room set up with chairs facing a wall of glass; on either side of this room are flagstone terraces furnished with rustic chairs. Accommodations vary from standard motel units to rustic mountain cabins to comfortable modern cabins. The frontier cabins, although cramped and paneled with dark wood, were renovated in 2009 and capture the feeling of a mountain retreat better than the other options. The two-bedroom pioneer cabins, good for families, were also remodeled in 2009. Only a few units have canyon views, but the dining hall has two walls of glass so you can gaze onto the canyon at every meal.