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Word of mouth has that the more remote, harder to get to and therefore less crowded North Rim offers a more authentic Canyon experience and better views. However, there is no bus service on this rim and it is closed during the winter.
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Magnificent views abound from every angel you stand at along the rim. The sunlight beams down on this magnificant canyon highlighting the ledges and creases! It is certainly a tremendous stop and well worth the time!
Great trail to view the canyon. Takes off from behind lodge/visitor center. It is not too lon and pretty flat. 8000 feet elevation can get you though. Take your time and stop along the way. There are cabins and a lodge and picnic area. Certainly...More
23.9 mile 12 hour trek through snow, rain and mud. it was phenomenal. Steady but not fast pace needed. we run 3-5 miles regularly but did a lot of stairmaster for the preceding 2 months, as the climb is challenging and uses muscles most of...More
After recommendations from a friend who has lived in the area, we visited the North Rim on our tour around USA. We arrived just after they had closed for the winter season but, that was great !! No people, fantastic photos and the gift shop...More
Everybody visits the South Rim of the Grand Canyon but there's more to the Grand Canyon than the South Rim. The North Rim is far less crowded and it's the same canyon. We were pulling our trailer so we had a place to stay (like...More
When people think of the Grand Canyon, they naturally think of the South Rim and views from there. While that is a wonderful place, the North Rim is very different. We saw a herd of buffalo as we drove in! It was much cooler, and...More
This is one of the Seven Wonders of the World for very good reasons. I have been to the North Rim many times. I have hiked many of the North Rim Trails and camped out many nights on or just below the North Rim. This...More
This experience will leave you wondering who or what created this Earth we live on. The Grand Canyon will bring you into perspective of how insignificant we all are in the scheme of the entire world and give you a better understanding of what's important...More
Perhaps I'm an internet moron but I can;t find a review about the Rim to Rim trek, so I'll use our North Rim stay report to tell you about that.
First- me 50, wife 40, BUT both quite active and above average fitness.Much more importantly,...More