Glen Canyon Natural History Association (GCNHA) is a non-profit cooperating association that supports and funds education, research, interpretation, and visitor services within the public lands on the Colorado Plateau. Working in partnership with Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Rainbow Bridge National Monument, and Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument, we promote and inspire the preservation and stewardship of cultural and natural resources.
GCNHA hosts numerous events throughout the year for local communities and the visiting public including the Glen Canyon Lecture Series, dark skies festivals, wildlife festivals and the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, presented in both Page, AZ and Escalante, UT. For a complete lists of events, see our calendar of events.
At Carl Hayden Dam, located in Page, AZ, association staff hosts year round interpretive tours Monday through Friday, for a small fee. Group tours are available upon request.
Glen Canyon Natural History Association also publishes relevant books on geologic discoveries, natural history, and wildlife in this region.
The association’s seven visitor center stores peppered across the southern Utah and northern Arizona portion of the Colorado Plateau, displays thematic souvenirs, native jewelry and folk art, maps and clothing to prolong your memories and experience on this extraordinary landscape. Visit our online store.
Visit our website: www.GlenCanyonNHA.org