Hi guys, our kid's school Spring Break is next week (March 10-18) and as we do every year, we load the Cruiser up and hit the road for camping and exploring with the family. I was eyeing the maps in AZ and we would really like to explore the area around the Grand Canyon's North Rim. Reading the Arizona Backroads & 4WD Trails Guide (Charles Wells & Matt Peterson) I can see there are plenty of trails to check out and places to camp. But checking the Grand Canyon's N.P website, I see the North Rim Visitor's Center is closed until May. Does this mean that the roads within the N.P are also closed? Are these trails accessible at all this time of the year? I'd appreciate any comments from the locals regarding trail accessibility, suggestions for nice routes to take, good camp spots and any other tips you might have. We like wild camping in remote places, have no problem traveling on our own, but living in Houston I've never had to contend with deep snow (I don't even know if that would be an issue this time of the year around the Grand Canyon?). The rig is a 2003 100 Series. Lift, 33' AT Tires, bumpers, sliders, winch, OPEN diffs. Looking more for an overland type of trip (White Rim Trail in UT or San Juan Mountains in CO-style) than a heavy wheeling one since we will be by ourselves. Thanks for your input!!