The following is a list of major rapids and other notable features on the Colorado River through Marble Canyon and Grand Canyon below Glen Canyon Dam, in order of their position downstream of Lee's Ferry. Ratings are given for how difficult the rapid is to navigate by whitewater raft or other water craft. The Grand Canyon section of the Colorado River, like several other big-water Western rivers, uses a scale of 1-10 for rapids, 10 being the most difficult. (The Class I-VI classification of rapids is more common elsewhere in the US and internationally.)
Mile 87.7 - Bright Angel Rapid (3) [not listed in Grand Canyon River Guide], Bright Angel Creek and Bright Angel Bridge
Mile 88.9 - Pipe Springs Rapid (3)
Mile 90.2 - Horn Creek Rapid (7-9) - At lower water, forms very large waves and hydraulics and is one of the most difficult rapids in the canyon.
Mile 92.0 - Salt Creek Rapid (2)
Mile 93.4 - Granite Rapid (7-8) - One of the more difficult rapids with a strong pull to the wall on river right.
Mile 94.9 - Hermit Rapid (7-8) - Perhaps the strongest hydraulics and biggest waves in the canyon.
Mile 96.7 - Boucher Rapid (4-5)
Mile 98.2 - Crystal Rapid (7-10) -  Several very large holes followed by a dangerous rock garden at bottom of rapids on river left. Formed in 1966 when a flash flood of Crystal Canyon washed debris into the river.
Mile 215.6 - Three Springs Rapid (2) [not listed in Grand Canyon River Guide]
Mile 217.3 - 217 Mile Rapid (4-5)
Mile 220.2 - Granite Spring Rapid (2)
Mile 223.4 - 224 Mile Rapid (3)
Mile 225.0 - Diamond Creek Take-out. This is the first location downriver from Lee's Ferry where a road reaches the river (assuming that it's not washed out by a flash flood of Diamond Creek). This is a popular takeout for Grand Canyon boating trips.
Mile 226.1 - Diamond Creek Rapid (3-4)
Mile 232.3 - 232 Mile (Killer Fang Falls) Rapid (4-7) - It has been speculated (e.g. by Brad Dimock in his Sunk Without a Sound) that this is where Glen and Bessie Hyde met their fate.•
Mile 233.7 - 234 Mile Rapid (3-6)
Mile 235.1 - Bridge Canyon Rapid (3-5)
Mile 279 - Pearce Ferry (Pierce Ferry) Take-Out (on Lake Mead) was not operational as of 2009 and has since been reopened. The elevation at the ramp is about 1150 feet and the elevation of Lake Mead was 1096.92 in May 2009.
Mile 279 - Pearce Ferry Rapid (unknown rating) This rapid was created in 2007 when the level of Lake Mead went below 1138 feet. Lake Mead was over 70 feet deep here in 2000.