Condor Viewing In Vermillion Cliffs National Park

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  • Address: Coconino County, AZ 86036, USA, Marble Canyon, United States
  • 43.75% of people who visit Marble Canyon include Condor Viewing In Vermillion Cliffs National Park in their plan

  • 55.56% of people start their Condor Viewing In Vermillion Cliffs National Park visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Condor Viewing In Vermillion Cliffs National Park

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95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Condor Viewing In Vermillion Cliffs National Park

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Condor Viewing In Vermillion Cliffs National Park Reviews & Ratings

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  • For an avid birder it Islamist see. We were s me to see 6 Condors roosting. You should have a good spotting scope and binoculars, high power as they are a distance from the viewing area.

  • It'd be helpful if the western entrance had a sign. Once you find this place though, it's a beautiful view of the cliffs where the condors nest. There's a set of binoculars provided, which is especially handy if you haven't brought your own. (The cliffs are too far to see the condors with your naked eye.)

  • Didnt see any Condors here but it was the wrong time of year to see them nesting here but still a beautiful place to go

  • Bring your binoculars and look for the keep at the top of the cliffs...you can usually find one or more of the condors hanging out there. Our boys had a blast viewing the condors.

  • Worth the visit if you're going to Jacob Lake or Grand Canyon North Rim. As you can see, it's not far from the 89a. And the washboard road is mild and graded for any vehicle. The only tricky part is knowing when to make the turn to House Rock rd. Just look for the house, it's the only one in many miles. The viewing area is far from the cliff. As others noted, you'll need to bring your own optics to get a decent view. The more powerful the optics the better. Binoculars, spotting scopes, telescopes, Bridge cameras with super zooms, camcorders with >25x, cameras with super telephoto longer than 600mm (equivalent), etc... I did get a few cropped pics and 4K clips for a YouTube video. And, the only decent up close condor photos I got were the photos off the information signs at the Vermilion Cliffs Condor Viewing area. Thus the quest to get a good condor photo continues.

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