Places you should visit atleast once in Grand Canyon

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Grand Canyon Village is the most popular entryway into the park and, as such, often suffers from heavy crowds during..


Grand Canyon Village

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More popular among average travelers than the rugged North Rim, the South Rim is where visitors will find the majority of the Grand Canyon's most..

South Rim


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Located in the South Rim, Mather Point is the first view many visitors get of the Grand Canyon


Mather Point

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The North Rim has a reputation for its rugged, isolated trails, its sparse facilities and a lack of appeal in the eyes of the tourist mainstream

North Rim


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While Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend are technically not located within Grand Canyon National Park, they are both..


Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon

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Take this steep trail, which starts just west of the Bright Angel Lodge in Grand Canyon Village, to Plateau Point for some great views of the..

Bright Angel Trail


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While the Grand Canyon Village has plenty to offer visitors, make sure you don't ignore the rest of the South Rim


Rim Trail

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Just as the North Kaibab Trail begins at the North Rim, the 7-mile South Kaibab Trail begins at the South Rim

South Kaibab Trail


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If you've chosen to explore the North Rim, the North Kaibab Trail is the area's premier hike


North Kaibab Trail

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To see the Grand Canyon from a different point of view, consider taking a rafting trip down the Colorado River

Colorado River Rafting


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Note: Havasu Falls is currently closed to tourists due to the coronavirus pandemic


Havasu Falls

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One of the more controversial additions to the Grand Canyon's surroundings, the Grand Canyon Skywalk is a large, semi-circular bridge with a..

Grand Canyon Skywalk


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If you'd like to take a break from hiking and sightseeing (or simply enjoy a brief escape from the summer heat), pay a..


Grand Canyon IMAX Theater

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Built in the late 1800s, this historic railroad was originally used to transport ore from the Anita mines, which sit just north of Williams, Arizona

Grand Canyon Railway


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Designed by renowned southwest architect Mary Colter in 1932, the Desert View Watchtower was built with rugged stones on..


Desert View Watchtower

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Within Grand Canyon National Park, there is only one way to drive over the Colorado River, and that's  via the Navajo Bridge on the northeast end of..

Navajo Bridge


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