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Grand Canyon North Rim

2,345 Reviews

Grand Canyon North Rim

2,345 Reviews
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Grand Canyon West Rim with Optional Skywalk Ticket and Hoover Dam Photo Stop

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Visit Grand Canyon West Rim with ease on a full-day tour from Las Vegas that starts with a hot breakfast at a restaurant and a photo stop at Hoover Dam (currently unavailable). Relax in your climate-controlled coach on the way to the West Rim, then take in Grand Canyon highlights like Skywalk (own expense), a Native American village, Guano Point, and Western Town. Seeing the Grand Canyon and Colorado River is worth the long drive, and this guided tour includes comfortable transport and two meals.
$99.00 per adult
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Linda P wrote a review Yesterday
Ballston Spa, New York333 contributions89 helpful votes
How can the Grand Canyon not be excellent? Let me explain...The North Rim is visited by 10% of the tourists. It is far wilder and the hikes far more strenuous than the South rim. We hiked a portion of the North Kaibab trail and thankfully we met a volunteer ranger who gave us very important information and advice, which we followed. We turned around at the Redwall bridge and even that was exhausting returning. We were passed by 4 mule trips. The dust they kick up makes it impossible to breath though they were quite docile and there was plenty of room to pass. The water pipes were broken so from the beginning you need to depend on your own supplies- we were fine but I wondered if others would not know. It takes twice as long to climb back out as to go down. and without any signs or distance markers, I felt the unwary could really get into trouble. There are safe paths above on the rim and following the road. I totally realize this information is in the maps and brochures, but I was still unprepared for how grueling the hike was and wondered how many people get into trouble.
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Date of experience: October 2020
psouthwick wrote a review Oct 20
Clinton, Indiana39 contributions5 helpful votes
We stayed in Kanab and drove about an hour or so to the North Rim as it was the closest part of the canyon. I have been to the West, East, and South Rim and no matter how you view the canyon it is amazing. The North Rim is definitely not as popular but that was not a problem. During our visit the Cottonwoods were changing colors and it made for a beautiful site at certain elevations. We did all the look outs and i would highly recommend this if you are short on time and want to see from above. Bright Angel, Angel's Window, and Roosevelt Point are a must. Don't forget to stop at Jacob Inn just south to get some awesome cookies!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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scarletts_mom wrote a review Oct 18
Raleigh, North Carolina8 contributions8 helpful votes
The North Rim is the best place for relaxing and hiking ... and the beautiful sunsets across the Grand Canyon! It's not as warm as the South and not as crowded, which is the best part! Go and enjoy nature!
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Date of experience: October 2020
jesfire415 wrote a review Oct 17
San Antonio, Texas1,104 contributions140 helpful votes
We hike down to coconino overlook point to find a very different looking Canyon. The overlook has a great view of the Canyon and a thicker forrest view. The hike is lined with lots of trees so shade is abundant. The trail is not as crowded as the south end but just as beautiful.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Dallas B wrote a review Oct 17
Kalispell, Montana28 contributions7 helpful votes
We went in October and the weather was great, the views were amazing, the park was fairly empty. We got to not only be wowed by the canyon itself, but also got to see some Bison. It is a whole different feel than the south side of the Grand Canyon. I recommend you see both!
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Date of experience: October 2020