Beautiful areas to explore, I recommend spending a day or more here if you can. Views are spectacular!
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This is a limited access, seasonal visit. PLAN ahead, it is a must lodging stay due to the distance from any town or other accommodation. To visit this location and truly enjoy you really need to stay on the property which is ON the rim....More
It's a long drive from the south rim to the north rim and it's like another world. Yes, it's the same canyon but a different view and a different attitude. You really need to see them both to have a full canyon experience. Not really...More
This university had the best and smoothest admissions process I have ever seen. One minute I was simply gathering information, and the next thing I knew, I was accepted and then enrolled. They wanted me there, and not just to get my money, but they...More
The North Rim has a peaceful rustic vibe that is very different than the South Rim. You find yourself in Ponderosa Pine forrest, and the temperature is decidedly cooler than the South Rim.Lodging is available at the Grand Canyon Lodge, a historical "railroad lodge"built when...More
Words are so misleading when you describe this wonder. Every angle every step gives you a different view, this is such an incredible experience.
The Grand View hike at the east end of the south rim is a fantastic hike-tough, but manageable. Going down to Horseshoe Mesa took us about 2.5 hours and up was 2 hours. We heard that it takes about double coming up as going down,...More
I would highly recommend this side of the canyon. A lot less crowded and very relaxing. Beautiful vistas here as well. Can hike out short distances to see more of the canyon. We hiked down to the river and back and it was a wonderful...More
When I was eight, my mother thoroughly researched our visit and determined to avoid the July crowds at south rim and directed our family of six here for two nights camping. It was a life changing experience! Many people say the views of the canyon...More