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Recommended by another tourist was to drive over to Point Imperial to view the highest point at the Grand Canyon and I am glad I did! I want to share a few of my pictures here. I think they will speak for themselves. Going to...More
This drive has great views of the Grand Canyon. There is a trail up which is made up. It is an easy hike and has a lot of viewpoints along the way. However there is are a few steps (only around 5) to get down...More
You can do this in conjunction with the Cape Royal drive, either before or after. Fabulous views and a shorter drive than Cape Royal if you are pressed for time. totally different views from Cape Royal but just as impressive.
Just a short 3 miles drive or less off the main road out to Cape Royal brings you to Point Imperial. Don’t miss the stunning views from the lookout - we were surprised that we saw only a handful of people there at around 3pm....More
I felt like we got side-tracked on a this longish drive to a view of the Canyon that wouldn't rank in the top 5 on the South Rim. It's still great, but those with limited time are better off sticking to the main area on...More
A twisty drive from the Visitors Center (or a long hike from the Kaibob Trailhead via the Ken Patrick Trail) gives a view that is breathtaking and surrounding the viewer. A must see for anyone visiting the North Rim.
Point Imperial is a viewpoint on the north rim of Grand Canyon, and is the highest point on the rim at 8803'. It's located about 11 miles from the visitor center; from AZ67 take Cape Royal Road east through the forest for 5.4 miles, then...More