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Mohave Point is the best for viewing the river and the canyon, The various colours , the various rock formations and the river far in the distance all combine to provide one with the overall experience that is The Grand Canyon.
We found that both...More
Went for the sunset. I am sure there may be a better point to stop at for sunset, however we were treated with a phenomenal view during sunset. The combination of sun, canyon and cloud made for a spectacular and memorable experience.
Nearby Hopi Point gets a lot of attention as a great sunrise/sunset view, and Hopi's much larger footprint can better accommodate large crowds. But Mohave Point is the BEST view of the Grand Canyon in my opinion, not least because of its angle straight down...More
Was told "This is the place for the Grand Canyon sunset"! The truth is, not so much. In June, the colors were flat and not great for photography. There could be better places for Sunsets but can't see how any vista West of the Village...More
Great views from all of the bus stops along Hermit's Trail, but this one is a bit more awesome than the others since you can get to the railing and have 270 degree views. We stopped by in the morning before the crowds came and...More
Among all of the areas we visited in the Grand Canyon national Park, this place offered the most spectacular views of the Grand Canyon, including numerous opportunities to see the Colorado River. I would highly recommend taking the shuttle to see this.
Once you start moving towards hermits rest, Colorado river slowly starts to be visible down at the bottom of a canyon and here at this point you can finally see her. Easy walk from other stops with magnificent views over entire canyon.
Take the free shuttle bus to Mohave Point. Bus schedules are posted prominently at each bus stop. Many other people will be there for the sunset, but there is ample room for a crowd. The sky and the canyon walls are breathtaking. I went back...More