Grand Canyon National Park

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  • 1. Bright Angel Point

    Trail

    Bright Angel Point is one of the most awe-inspiring overlooks on either rim. To get to it, follow the trail that starts on the grounds of the...Read More

  • 2. Bright Angel Trail

    Trail

    This well-maintained trail is one of the most scenic (and busiest) hiking paths from the South Rim to the bottom of the canyon (9.6 miles each...Read More

  • 3. Havasu Falls

    Body Of Water/Waterfall

    Havasu Canyon has five major waterfalls. The first three—Fifty Foot Falls, Little Navajo Falls, and Havasu Falls—sit between the village of...Read More

  • 4. Highway 67

    Scenic Drive

    Open mid-May to roughly mid-October (or the first big snowfall), this two-lane paved road climbs 1,400 feet in elevation as it passes through...Read More

  • 5. Hopi Point

    Viewpoint

    From this elevation of 7,071 feet, you can see a large section of the Colorado River; although it appears as a thin line, the river is nearly...Read More

  • 6. Hualapai Trail

    Trail

    The trail in and out of Havasu Canyon begins at Hualapai Hilltop, 90 minutes from Peach Springs, and drops about 1,800 feet in the first 2 miles...Read More

  • 7. Mather Point

    Viewpoint

    You'll likely get your first glimpse of the canyon from this viewpoint, one of the most impressive and accessible (next to the main visitor...Read More

  • 8. Point Sublime

    Viewpoint

    You can camp within feet of the canyon's edge at this awe-inspiring site. Sunrises and sunsets are spectacular. The winding road, through gorgeous...Read More

  • 9. Rim Trail

    Trail

    The South Rim's most popular walking path is the 12.8-mile (one-way) Rim Trail, which runs along the edge of the canyon from Pipe Creek Vista...Read More

  • 10. Yavapai Point

    Museum/Gallery

    Dominated by the Yavapai Geology Museum and Observation Station, this point displays panoramic views of the mighty gorge through a wall of windows...Read More

  • 11. Cape Final Trail

    Trail

    This 4-mile (round-trip) gravel path follows an old jeep trail through a ponderosa pine forest to the canyon overlook at Cape Final with panoramic...Read More

  • 12. Cape Royal

    Viewpoint

    A popular sunset destination, Cape Royal showcases the canyon's jagged landscape; you'll also get a glimpse of the Colorado River, framed by...Read More

  • 13. Cape Royal Trail

    Trail

    Informative signs about vegetation, wildlife, and natural history add to this popular 0.8-mile, round-trip, paved path to Cape Royal; allow...Read More

  • 14. Cliff Spring Trail

    Trail

    An easy 1-mile (round-trip), one-hour walk near Cape Royal, Cliff Spring Trail leads through a forested ravine to an excellent view of the canyon...Read More

  • 15. Desert View and Watchtower

    Viewpoint

    From the top of the 70-foot stone-and-mortar watchtower with its 360-degree views, even the muted hues of the distant Painted Desert to the...Read More

  • 16. Desert View Drive

    Scenic Drive

    This heavily traveled 25-mile stretch of road follows the rim from the east entrance to Grand Canyon Village. Starting from the less congested...Read More

  • 17. Grand Canyon Lodge

    Historic District/Site

    Built in 1937 by the Union Pacific Railroad (replacing the original 1928 building, which burned in a fire), this massive stone structure is...Read More

  • 18. Grand Canyon Skywalk

    Viewpoint

    This cantilevered glass terrace is suspended nearly 4,000 feet above the Colorado River and extends 70 feet from the edge of the Grand Canyon...Read More

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  • 19. Grand Canyon West

    Canyon

    Grand Canyon West, run by the Hualapai tribe, offers a basic admission ticket ($80 per person, including taxes and fees), which includes a Hualapai...Read More

  • 20. Grandview Point

    Viewpoint

    At an elevation of 7,399 feet, the view from here is one of the finest in the canyon. To the northeast is a group of dominant buttes, including...Read More

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