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All reviews south rim easy hike grand canyon lodge paved trail fear of heights short hike take your time worth the effort sunrise or sunset take photos bright angel gift shop visitor center amazing views mile edge altitude
Note the open wall of Kaibab Limestone studded with chert as decent begins out into the canyon. Best at sunset ans sunrise. Try to find the Village aross canyon. Start at parking lot is steeper down than start at patio of Lodge. We saw a...More
A short but steep hike from the lodge to the point. You have to wait your turn but when you do get to the edge, the views are stunning. Rocks of all different shades. Wow. I would have liked to seen some more picture signs...More
This hike is on a paved trail, but has lots of ups and downs. The view on the point is spectacular. If you listen closely, you can hear the falls below. Beautiful views of about 270 degrees. Great pictures at sunrise or sunset. Places to...More
This is the area where I like to spend a day, explore various trails and enjoy each area view ,preferably on the sunrise or sunset times.In real life, I went there in a conducted trip, who allowed only 1 hr in this place at 3pm,...More
This is a short ( about a quarter mile out) trail to some absolutely spectacular views a the canyon. At the point, it is almost a 270 degree view! The path has done short but steep ups and downs and is a bit crumbly, but...More
Many wonderful views along the trail and once you get to the point they are even better. There were many lightning sparked fires burning in the area but fortunately, the smoke was blowing away from the North Rim facilities.
The start of this little hike was not far from our Cabin on the North Rim. We went with our 9 year old grandson in the morning before breakfast. This was a good idea and I would recommend going at the coolest part of the...More