The 'light snow' forecast turned into a snowstorm on our drive to the Canyon.
When we finally made it up the hill, visibility was 0.4 mile and we couldn't tell if the canyon even existed. Thankfully, the fog disappeared overnight, and the canyon came into view, as breathtaking as promised.
The snow made our planned hike all but impossible. We hiked a short distance on the rim trail that had been cleared of the snow and were rewarded with gorgeous views of the forest on one side and the canyon on the other.
I'd thought seeing the Grand Canyon once would be enough. Now I am already planning our next trip. :)