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Grand Canyon South Rim
#1 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
... especially for their interpretive skills and knowledge in sharing the history of the canyon, the greatness of the canyon, and the awesome power of nature to scour this immense canyon from sandstone layers.
Try to view the canyon in different ways; this time we did a helicopter tour on our 32nd anniversary, a 3 mile hike down South Kaibob Trail, a 20 mile tandem bike ride from the RV park to Hermits Rest on the Green...
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Grand Canyon National Park
#2 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
The views are absolutely breathtaking, the park rangers are very knowledgeable and the shuttle bus drivers and extremely helpful to answer questions, make great suggestions and keep you posted on where to stop for...
There are free buses that can take you from the Grand Canyon Village to the different trails and you can get an easy to follow map at the entrance to the park or the visitor center in the Grand Canyon Village.
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South Kaibab Trail
#3 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
My friend and I had only one day in the park so just hiked the mile down to ooh aah point and back up - with plenty of photo taking took 1.5 hours roundtrip (the park's advice is for every hour you hike down, budg...
Walking to the river and back in a day is doable despite all the warnings from the parks department as long as you're fit, bring enough water (no water along the trail) and pace yourself.
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Rim Trail
#4 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
The views are breathtaking and logistically the park system created an accessible and easy way to view the entire trail as the buses that run up and down the trail allow hikers to hop-off and hop-on at various sto...
Its best to take your time and stop occasionally to admire the art of nature on the canyon walls that have taken millions of years to create.
Bright Angel Trail
#5 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
The trail is beautifully​ maintained, and the park staff and volunteers do an amazing job of making this gem accessible to all of us.
My wife and I hiked Bright Angel on a recent visit to the Grand Canyon and really enjoyed being able to experience one the park’s most iconic (and popular) hikes.
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Grand Canyon North Rim
#6 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
I was able to say I'd been to the Grand Canyon! Amazing View.... Beautiful, breathtaking.. you can sit here whole time and look at the deep gorgeous Canyon.. try exiting the park through the North entrance because...
Amazing amazing amazing was in awww of how wonderful nature is pictures don’t do it justice, if you’re thinking of going please do promise if wroth it!!!
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Bright Angel Point
#7 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
Although it is a major photo-opp, photography cannot capture the feel or even the beauty of nature.
The Grand Canyon South Rim is a National park and is better organized and preserved.
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Cape Royal Trail
#8 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
This is probably my all time favorite spot along the North Rim. Park in the ample Cape Royal lot, (where the restroom is) and walk back in.
I love that the Parks Service makes so much of our country's natural beauty accessible to nearly everyone in some form or another.
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Moran Point
#9 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
The 'Father' of the Grand Canyon - it was Thomas Moran's original colour paintings that helped make the Grand Canyon a National Park.
Enjoy nature and appreciate the beauty that surrounds us.
Hermit Trail
#10 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
This is an awesome hike and well worth seeing the nature the Grand Canyon has to offer.
This trail is even not listed on the pocket trail map on the National Park, so it attracts way less people as compared with Bright Angel trail.
Hermit Trail Tusayan 3.8 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Tusayan
My first visit to the park, and the woman who worked at the visitor center at the South Rim recommended the Hermit Trail.
Souvenir stop and one of the amazing views at the Grand Canyon Park.
North Kaibab Trail
#11 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
The North Kaibab Trail is the least visited of the three maintained trails at Grand Canyon National Park.
The North Kaibab trail is the least visited walk in Grand Canyon National Park.
Hermit Road
#12 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
The National Park Service has great maps and historical markers at many of the stops.
The Park Service runs a free bus on the road during prime season and the road is open for cars in the off season beginning Dec 1 which is more convenient that waiting for the bus.
Inner Canyon
#13 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
Or, not recommended by the park service, only if you are quite fit, prepared physically and mentally for a dry, hot, rugged and quite long experience, hike down and up again the same day.
Yavapai Point
#14 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
A visit to the small geology visitor center is a must because it is here that you can learn all about how the canyon was created and the Geology of this grand park.
We stopped at the Visitor Center to get our bearings and some background info on what the expect in the park, then moved to Yavapai Point for our first glimpse of the canyon, which had PLENTY of parking, even thou...
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Toroweap Point
#15 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
Forget the helicopters go raw nature - truly amazing.
The road inside the park was rough and I just walked the last portion to the overlook.
Indian Garden
#16 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
Colorado River
#17 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
Exciting adventure in nature without civilization for a week over 186 miles of rough water, plus great meals.
There is various Bureau of Land Management Parks such as Quail Hollow, Big Bend, Copper Basin Dunes (ATV Grounds), Echo Point, Rock House Visitor Information Center, etc.
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Grandview Trail
#18 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
While there is parking there, I would also suggest parking and taking the park shuttle to the start of the trail.
Difficult or impossible to park at the trailhead after 11am.
Tonto Trail
#19 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
I think the parks department likes to keep info on this trail suppressed on purpose for some unknown reason.
Cape Final Trail
#20 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
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Widforss Trail
#21 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
The park provides you with a little pamphlet that corresponds to marked pegs on the trail that explains the difference storical or important facts about the Park, wildlife, trees or rock formations.
Hualapai Hilltop
#22 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
I absolutely loved this part of the tour, no guard rails, no fences just you & nature, We did not buy a package tour with lunch or the sky walk.
Havasu Canyon
#23 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
Because Havasu Falls is on Havasupai Tribal lands, not inside Grand Canyon National Park, you must obtain a permit to visit.
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Tusayan Ruin Walk
#24 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
This seems to be a bit of a hidden gem, as there were only two other groups touring the ruins when we visited, despite heavy crowds throughout the rest of the park.
We visited both the museum and took the Tusuyan Ruin Walk while in Grand Canyon National Park.
Lava Falls
#25 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
Red Canyon Trail
#26 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
Great park, wonderful views.
Tanner Trail
#27 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
Deer Creek Trail
#28 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park
Clear Creek Trail
#29 of 43 Nature & Parks in Grand Canyon National Park