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The most developed area of Grand Canyon National Park, the South Rim offers amenities such as bus service, hotels and water stations, but is also more crowded than the North Rim. Scenic highlights include Pipe Creek Vista and Yavapai Point.
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This place is really beautiful. It was chilly in February but just dress for it. I'd rather go when its cold than when its hot and busy! $35 to get in is alot, (thanks gov't shutdown). It was $20, hopefully it'll go back down ....More
The south rim is beautiful! So much to see and do! We stayed at Maswik lodge which was nice and clean and easy to get to everything! We would definitely stay again! We booked an 8-hr day tour with Canyon Ministries! Adam was our guide...More
I love the Grand Canyon. Have visited in the summer and winter. Have stayed at Bright Angel Lodge and El Tovar Hotel. The walkway views on the South Rim are stunning. Returning for a third time this March 2019.
Over five million visitors each year to the beautiful Grand canyon. Less than one percent go to the bottom. As you travel down the view change and you'll see things you won't see from top side. Either way go visit.
It's really difficult to gauge the size of this place. From the lookout at South Point Rim, the colours across the canyon are incredible. There are several areas you can safely get close to the rim, and you can just about see the Colorado river...More
Majestic! Incredible! Unbelievable! My family and I drove down from Vegas for a one day, overnighter trip to the canyon. This place is incredible! Being a military retiree Disabled Veteran, I was able to enter the park free. DV's make sure you have your DV...More
From Page it would be logical to enter through the East Entrance. Also, most of the stopping points along the way to the central area are viewable only by car. Then you can leave via the South Entrance (depending of course... More
From Page it would be logical to enter through the East Entrance. Also, most of the stopping points along the way to the central area are viewable only by car. Then you can leave via the South Entrance (depending of course on your next designation). There's really nothing to see anyways from the GCNP to Williams and I-40.
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Hi we had booked our Grand Canyon trip from Vegas with gray line tours and on the morning of the trip,they asked us if we wanted to add on any extras such as the helicopter tour which we did then so they sorted everything... More
Hi we had booked our Grand Canyon trip from Vegas with gray line tours and on the morning of the trip,they asked us if we wanted to add on any extras such as the helicopter tour which we did then so they sorted everything for us. They dropped us at the helicopter reception area when we got to the Grand Canyon and it was all so easy and stress free to be honest!