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If you only have one day in Grand Canyon National Park, then check out this step-by-step one day itinerary to Grand Canyon that ticks off all the major things to do and see.

If you have never been to Grand Canyon National Park, then make sure to read my. post: 14 Tips for First Visit to Grand Canyon National Park. It will help you plan an awesome visit to the park.

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NUMBER 1

Take a Walk Along the Rim Trail And Soak in the Views

Start your one day in Grand Canyon National Park with a walk along the Rim Trail and soak in the breathtaking views of the Grand Canyon.

What you need to know is that the entire Rim Trail is about 13 miles long. It starts at South Kaibab Trailhead and runs to Hermit’s Rest. It is an easy hike with little elevation change. However, you can shorten this hike any way you want!  My recommendation is to start at Mather Point and walk to Verkamp’s Visitor Center. 

The distance from Mather Point to Verkamps’ Visitor Center is no more than 2.1 miles very little elevation change making it a perfect starting point for one day in Grand Canyon.  Plus, the trail in this section is paved and pretty even, making it easy for strollers and wheelchairs.

Map of Rim Trail in Grand Canyon

Map of the Rim Trail in Grand Canyon National Park. Image credit: NPS

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First of all, if you are wondering what is the best way to get to Mather Point, well it is super easy!

My recommendation is to park your vehicle at Market Plaza. There are two large parking lots next to each other and then take the Grand Canyon Shuttle Bus – Blue Route/Village Route Eastbound and get off at Grand Canyon Visitor Center.

You can try finding a parking spot at Grand Canyon Visitor Center, however, the parking spaces are very limited. But, you might get lucky! The Grand Canyon Visitor Center is a good place to get your bearings. There is a small cafe with food and beverages. And, there are clean restrooms as well. If you need a map, then stop by the ranger station and get one. Above all, check if there are any weather warnings for the Canyon.

So, once you get to Grand Canyon Visitor Center, you are practically at the rim, and in front of you will be a walkway leading straight to the Mather Point viewing platform. Take your time here because the views are simply off the charts!

Mather Point in Grand Canyon

Mather Point in Grand Canyon National Park

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Mather Point in Grand Canyon

Mather Point in Grand Canyon National Park 

Mather Point in Grand Canyon

Mather Point in Grand Canyon National Park 

View from Mather Point in Grand Canyon

Mather Point in Grand Canyon National Park

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Mather Point is famous for its wide view and dramatic formations. It is no doubt one of the most beautiful viewpoints along the south rim. It is a very popular spot at sunrise and sunset. So, if your time allows, come back to Mather Point for a spectacular sunset! If you like photography, then check out my post: Best Photography Locations in Grand Canyon National Park. It has a lot of useful tips on how to take pictures in the Grand Canyon!

By the way, did you know that Mather Point is named after Stephen Mather? Stephen Mather was a borax industry millionaire, the first director of the National Park Service, and one of the main advocates for establishing a Grand Canyon National Park.

Next, start walking from Mather Point to Yavapai Point and Geology Museum. It is no more than a 0.7-mile distance from Mather Point to Yavapai Point and the views along the way are breathtaking!

Yavapai Point in Grand Canyon National Park offers amazing views of the layers and formations of the canyon. Also, Yavapai Point sits at the most northerly section of the Grand Canyon South Rim. Consequently, you will get the best view of the famous three points: Cape Royal, Wotans Throne, and Vishnu Temple. In addition, look down the gorge and onto the serpentine Colorado River.

Yavapai Point in Grand Canyon

View from Yavapai Point in Grand Canyon National Park

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Make sure to visit the Geology Museum and find out how the canyon was formed. There are a lot of fascinating exhibits that explain the rock layers. I always enjoy looking at the models and interpretive panels and learning about the formation process.

Geology Museum is open from 8 am till 8 pm every day (shorter hours in the winter). The museum is free (included with your entrance ticket to the park). While you are at the museum, see if there are any Ranger Walks and Talks scheduled for the day, and make sure to attend their informative presentations.

Next, the Rim Trail will take you to Verkamp’s Visitor Center. The distance from Yavapai Point and Geology Museum to Verkamp’s Visitor Center is about 1.4 miles. This section of the trail is called Trail of Time and has many geology exhibits along the way.

Once you reach Verkamp’s Visitor Center hop on the Grand Canyon Shuttle Bus – Blue Route/Village Route and get off at Hermit Rest Route Transfer. We are going to explore Grand Canyon scenic drive along Hermit Road.

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NUMBER 2

Go for a Scenic Drive Along Hermit Road

I think the scenic drive along Hermit Road is the best part of your itinerary if you only have one day in Grand Canyon National Park.

So, once you reach Verkamp’s Visitor Center, hop on the Blue Route/Village Route Shuttle Bus and get off at Hermit Rest Route Transfer.

Map of Grand Canyon South Rim Trail

Map of the Rim Trail in Grand Canyon National Park. Image credit: NPS

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What you need to know is that if you are visiting between March 1st and November 30th then you will have to take the Grand Canyon Shuttle BusRed Route/Hermit Rest Route. No private vehicles are allowed on Hermit Road during that time. However, using the shuttle is super easy and very convenient!

Needless to say, a breathtaking collection of some of the best Grand Canyon vistas above the rim can be found along Hermit Road. Hands down, you will love this part of the one-day in Grand Canyon itinerary!

Following are some of my favorite viewpoints along Hermit Road in the Grand Canyon. So simply, hop off and then hop back on the Grand Canyon Shuttle Bus – Red Route/Hermit Rest Route at these stunning viewpoints. Here we go!

Map of Hermit Road in Grand Canyon

Map of the Scenic Drive in Grand Canyon Along Hermit Road. Image Credit: NPS

  • Maricopa Point 

Once you are on the shuttle bus, continue to Maricopa Point and when you get to Maricopa Point, hop off the shuttle bus and take a short walk towards the viewpoint. The entire area is clearly marked.

Maricopa Point sits on a narrow promontory extending northeast and then dropping vertically. The vistas towards the east and west of the canyon are excellent here. In addition, the views extend all the way to the North Rim. Furthermore, the following is the view from Maricopa Point looking towards the east side. If you look towards the bottom left side of the picture, you will be able to see an interesting rock formation aptly named the Battleship. California Condors have been known to nest on the Battleship.

View from Maricopa Viewpoint in Grand Canyon

Maricopa Point sits on a narrow promontory extending northeast and then dropping vertically.

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  • Hopi Point

Next, you have an option of jumping back on the shuttle bus and continuing to the next stop which is Hopi Point, or you can walk. I am recommending that you walk along the rim for a bit. It is about .8 miles from Maricopa Point to Hopi Point. In addition, on the way to Hopi Point, you will pass by Powell Point. If you can spare a few minutes at Powell Point, I encourage you to stop by and snap a few pictures.

Hopi Point is one of my personal favorites. It is one of the best all-around viewpoints in the Grand Canyon. Jutting out farther into the Canyon than any other point on the South Rim, Hopi Point offers incredible views.

Hopi Point in Grand Canyon

View from Hopi Point at sunrise in Grand Canyon National Park

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Intrepid Scout’s Tip:

Come back to Hopi Point at sunset time to watch the most spectacular display of colors. You will be able to catch all the reds, rusts, and oranges of the canyon walls as the sun is setting down.

Hopi Point in Grand Canyon

Moreover, Hopi Point offers excellent views of the stone “temples”. Temples, in this case, are rock formations rising from the depths of the canyon.

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Moreover, Hopi Point offers excellent views of the stone “temples”. Temples, in this case, are rock formations rising from the depths of the canyon. If you look at the above photograph, you will be able to see the North Rim. Follow the North Rim up to the first indentation. This is Cape Royal. Cape Royal is a type of temple formed when side-canyon erosion produces peninsula-like projection along the rim.

Afterward, follow the horizon to the next temple. It is Wotan Throne. It was formed by erosion which transformed the peninsula into an island, and eventually, it was separated from the rim.

Finally, let your eyes wander to the last rock formation. It is called Vishnu Temple. Vishnu Temple was formed by further erosion, where the softer rock crumbles and undercuts harder rock.

  • Mohave Point

Now, you can hop back on the shuttle bus, or you can walk. It is a short 1-mile walk from Hopi Point to Mohave Point.

If you thought that Hopi Point was good, just wait till you get to Mohave Point. Not only you will catch the dramatic vistas here, but also you will be able to see some excellent views of the river and rapids below. In addition, stretching out below the lookout is a rocky promontory known as the Alligator, as it twists toward the river beyond. To the northwest, you can see Hermit Rapid, created when the side of the canyon collapsed into the river.

Mohave. Point in Grand Canyon

At Mohave Point you can see a rocky promontory known as the Alligator, as it twists toward the river beyond.

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Mohave Point in Grand Canyon

To the northwest of Mohave Point you can see Hermit Rapid, created when the side of the canyon collapsed into the river.

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  • The Abyss

If you are up for another walk then continue to the next stop called the Abyss. It is a 1.1-mile walk from Mohave Point to the Abyss. Otherwise, hop on the shuttle bus and hop off at the next stop.

However, if you have time, then you should walk along this part of the rim. In my opinion, it is one of the most scenic segments along the rim. The trail sits at the edge of the canyon and you will be able to catch some great views down to the canyon.

  • Pima Point
The next stopping point is Pima Point. It might be a good idea to get on board the shuttle bus. It is quite a walk from the Abyss to Pima Point. Specifically, it is 2.8 miles from the Abyss to Pima Point.
At Pima Point, you will get one of the best views of the Grand Canyon South Rim and probably the most spectacular one of the Colorado River and rapids below. In addition, the views to the east are stunning.
Pima Point in Grand Canyon

At Pima Point, you will get one of the best views of the Grand Canyon South Rim and probably the most spectacular one of the Colorado River and rapids below. In addition, the views to the east are stunning.

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You are done exploring the viewpoints along the west side of the Grand Canyon South Rim and it is time for a short hike below the rim of the Grand Canyon.

NUMBER 3

Hike Below the Rim of the Grand Canyon

At this point, hop on the Red Route/Hermit Rest Road Route shuttle bus eastbound and head back to the Village Route Transfer stop.
Once you get to the Village Route Transfer stop, you can hop on the Blue Route/Village Route shuttle bus and get off at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center. Next, hop on the Orange Route/Kaibab Rim Route (eastbound) shuttle bus and get off at South Kaibab Trailhead.
Map of Shuttle Bus in Grand Canyon

Map of the Blue Route/Village Route Shuttle Bus in Grand Canyon. Image Credit: NPS

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If you can only do one hike at the Grand Canyon that is going to take you below the rim, then South Kaibab Trail is the top best choice for this one day in the Grand Canyon itinerary.

Be prepared to be amazed by the sweeping views as you hike along a dramatic ridgeline. Above all, you will get to see the spectacular beauty of the Grand Canyon from below the rim.

Majority of the hikers’ trek to Ooh-Aah Point or Cedar Ridge and back. Some hikers continue to Skeleton Point. It is entirely up to you how far you want to hike. Given these points, the following are the distances between each stopping point:

  • South Kaibab Trailhead to Ooh-Aah Point – .9 miles – distance one-way
  • Ooh-Aah Point to Cedar Ridge – .6 miles – distance one-way

It usually takes 2.5 to 4 hours to hike from South Kaibab Trailhead to Cedar Ridge and back.

Keep in mind, if it took you 2 hours to trek to Cedar Ridge, it might take you twice as long to cover that same ground on the way back. Needless to say, hiking out of the canyon is tough. Furthermore, plan your hike according to your capabilities. Above all, hiking is not a race, take your time and immerse yourself in the beautiful scenery.

  • For example, hiking from South Kaibab Trailhead to Ooh-Aah Point will take you about 1-2 hours round-trip
  • Next, if you decide to continue to Cedar Ridge and back, it will be about  2-4 hours round-trip

To start with, the trail begins with a series of switchbacks. Keep in mind, that the switchbacks are fairly steep in some places.

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Majority of the hikers trek to Ooh-Aah Point or Cedar Ridge and back. Some hikers continue on to Skeleton Point. It is entirely up to you how far you want to hike.

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Next, after the switchbacks, the trail levels off and starts to descend at a gradual pace. After .9 miles, you will reach Ooh-Aah Point.

Ooh-Aah Point lives up to its name! As soon as you start checking out the views, I assure you that you will turn in one direction and declare “ooh” and then you will turn in the other direction and say “aah”. This spot has been very aptly named and the views are breathtaking.

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Ooh-Aah Point lives up to its name! As soon as you start checking out the views, I assure you that you will turn in one direction and declare “ooh” and then you will turn in the other direction and say “aah”.

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By the way, it took me about 30 minutes to reach Ooh-Aah Point and about 45 minutes to ascend.

If you decide to continue, you will notice that the trail starts to run along an exposed ridgeline. In addition, the difficulty level intensifies at this point as the trail becomes a series of steps made out of logs and dirt. However, I think the views become more spectacular as you are descending. After .6 miles, you will reach the viewpoint at Cedar Ridge.

Cedar Ridge offers incredible 360-degree sweeping views. It is a great spot to re-energize and re-fuel your body. In addition, it is a good turn-a-round place for the first-time canyon hikers.

As soon as you are ready start your hike back to the rim. As I said before, hiking out of the canyon is tough. Take your time, take breaks, eat your snacks, and drink water.

Once you get back to the rim, take the Orange Route/Kaibab Rim Route Shuttle Bus and get off at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center.

Next, we are going to take a drive along Desert View Drive.

NUMBER 4

Take a Drive on Desert View Road

Next, you are going to take a drive on Desert View Drive in Grand Canyon National Park. What you need to know is that there are no shuttle buses that operate in this section of the Grand Canyon South Rim. You are going to jump into your vehicle and drive east on Desert View Drive. And, the first stop is Grandview Point.

  • Grandview Point

Grandview Point stands tall at 7,100 feet. It is one of the highest points on the Grand Canyon South Rim. In addition, it is the southernmost point of the canyon. The views are magnificent here. Grandview Point overlooks the dense forests and the Horseshoe Mesa.

By the way, Grandview Point is the start of Grandview Trail which leads to Horseshoe Mesa.

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Grandview Point stands tall at 7,100 feet. It is one of the highest points on the Grand Canyon South Rim.

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  • Moran Point

Once you reach Moran Point and glance all around you, you will get a true sense of the vastness of the Grand Canyon South Rim. Furthermore, directly below Moran Point sits Red Canyon and the colors are just staggering here. The reds, oranges, and rusts glow beautifully, especially in the afternoon sun. To top it off, the sparkling Colorado River finally makes a longer appearance.

Finally, try to find the Sinking Ship, a fascinating geological formation that appears as if it was a sinking vessel against the setting sun.

  • Desert View 

Desert View is the highest viewpoint on the Grand Canyon South Rim with an elevation of 7,438 feet. Consequently, Desert View offers sweeping views of the Grand Canyon South Rim and the Colorado River.

Perched on the edge of the Grand Canyon South Rim sits Desert View Watchtower. Desert View Watchtower was designed by Mary Colter. The tower combines traditional Southwest architectural styles like Spanish Colonial, Mission, and Native American elements, which we call today the Santa Fe style.

So, with no further delay, head to the tower. Inside you will find a spiral stairway that winds five stories high. Head straight to the top and as you are climbing the stairs look through many windows and see mile upon mile of magnificent views. By the way, the windows have reflectoscopes, which are viewing instruments that enhance the colors by using black glass.

Once you get to the top, check out the observation deck, which offers great views of the eastern part of the Grand Canyon South Rim.

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Desert View Watchtower was designed by Mary Colter. The tower combines traditional Southwest architectural styles like Spanish Colonial, Mission, and Native American elements, which we call today the Santa Fe style.

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That concludes our one day in Grand Canyon National Park itinerary. For further reading, check out my posts:

14 Tips for Best Visit to Grand Canyon National Park (First-Timers itinerary)

Best Photography Locations in Grand Canyon National Park (with Maps and Photos)

Intrepid Scout's Tips for One Day in Grand Canyon National Park

  • If you are visiting Grand Canyon during the summer months, then finding parking might be very challenging. My suggestion is that you use Grand Canyon Shuttle Bus Service. It will get you to all the best viewpoints in Grand Canyon.
  • You will see people start arriving at the park around 10 am. I recommend that you get to the Grand Canyon way before 10 am. First, you arrive early and will be able to find some solitude on the trails and at viewpoints.
  • Pack warm clothes and dress in layers. Even in the summer, the evenings can be very chilly.
  • Do not feed wildlife! First, they get used to being fed and, consequently, they visit the campsites and parking lots looking for food. In addition, human food is not the best option for their diets. Lastly, they might bite. Keep your food and your fingers to yourself.
  • If you are hiking in winter consider getting crampons and ski poles for extra grip and support.
  • A trip to Grand Canyon is perfectly paired with a side trip to Zion National Park, Grand-Staircase Escalante National Monument, or Canyonlands, Capitol Reef National Parks. Check out my post: Zion to Bryce Canyon: 3-Day Adventure (with Maps and Photos)

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44 thoughts on “ONE DAY in GRAND CANYON – How to See the Best of Grand Canyon in a Day


2019-08-02

This was brilliant. We went to the Grand Canyon in 1999. No platforms to walk out on. It was Late February it was cold there was ice and snow everywhere. We went on a flight over the canyon it was amazing. Then the next day…I stayed in the car. My friend went on a walk down one of the many walks.. He only went so far. came back two hours later. His first words…you want the good news or the bad news…I said good news. He goes ” I’m back…the bad news is the i slipped on ice and the camera dropped…he said he was inches from falling down the side of the walk. He had slipped on black ice. So he turned around and came back up. Then he saw the sign… 12 people a year die here…dont let it be you.

    2019-08-04

    Thank you so much for your comment! Wow! What a scary experience! I am so glad it all ended with just a camera being lost and I am glad your friend was ok!

      2019-08-04

      It was gosh that was 20 years ago. I must have been a babe in my mothers arms lol. Yes scary but we or he lives to tell the tale.

2019-08-03

We visited Grand Canyon on a day trip from Vegas but I would love to go back and explore it some more. We love incorporating hiking into our travels and the South Kaibab Trail sounds perfect. I would love to hike to the Ooh-Aah Point and continue on towards Cedar Ridge. Will surely need to pace ourselves over the elevations and the ascent on the return but it does seem worth it given that the views from Cedar Ridge look so incredible. Thanks for sharing all these details.

    2019-08-04

    Hi Aditi,
    Thank you so much for your comment. South Kaibad Trail is one of my favorite trails in Grand Canyon. The views are spectacular.

2019-08-03

Oh wow! After reading your post and seeing all these amazing photos, I would love to go hiking in the Grand Canyon. It looks so out of this world. I have never been to the States yet, but if I do the Grand Canyon would definitely be on my list of places to visit. And this one day itinerary is so perfect for stunning views!

    2019-08-04

    Hi Joanna,
    Grand Canyon should be on your list of places to visit. It is hard to describe it and pictures do not do it enough justice. It is only when you see it, you realize the vastness of this place.
    Thank you for your comment!

jiweshsingh93gmailcom
2019-08-04

your writing skills are fantastic, Your writing has the ability to bind the reader till he reaches the last word. keep writing and keep creating. I am definitely adding canyon in my bucket list. Thank you for sharing such detailed post on canyon and specially all the visit point seperately.

    2019-08-04

    Thank you so much for your kind comment!

Jackie S.
2019-08-04

What a thorough one day itinerary of the Grand Canyon. The last time I went to the Grand Canyon, we stayed for a couple of hours and only managed to walk along the top of the ridge. I’m a huge fan of hiking and would love to try the South Kaibab Trail and to see the Ooh-Ah Point. It’s such a stunning view from your photo.

    2019-08-04

    Hi Jackie,
    Thank you for your comment. I am definitely recommending hiking in Grand Canyon. It gives you a different perspective of the place looking at it from the bottom up.

    2019-08-06

    Definitely, it is an ultimate guide to explore Grand Canyon at the fullest. Cedar ridge looks ultimate. Desert view point would be awesome choice to explore during the visit. I truly wish to visit this impressive place.

      2019-08-06

      Thank you for your comment!

2019-08-04

This place is probably the most impressive one I have ever seen in my life. It is completely mesmerising. I did the trip to the Grand Canyon by helicopter because I wanted to see the magnitude of this place. Totally amazing, but I have to go back. I would like to see it differently this time.

    2019-08-04

    Hi Esther!
    Thank you so much for your comment! Oh wow! I am so jealous… a helicopter tour must have been spectacular!

Laurence
2019-08-04

We went to south rim last year, and it’s spectacular. I haven’t seen the other rims, but I know It’s awesome too. As for us, we only have half day in the south rim, but yeah, definitely one day is enough for one rim.

    2019-08-04

    Hey Laurence,
    Thank you for your comment. I went to the north rim as well. It is only open during summertime. It is definitely more remote and less accessible, and it is easier to find some solitude.

2019-08-04

Great Canyon is everybody’s wishlist. But it is amazing that you listed all the major stopovers of this place and that too in one day. Ooh – Aah point is really Ooh Aah and the views from that point are truly amazing. I loved the shades of reddish brown from Hopi point. Thanks for sharing wonderful itinerary in one day.

    2019-08-04

    Thank you so much Yukti,
    Grand Canyon is definitely a bucket list experience.
    Thank you for your comment!

2019-08-04

Such a great hike! I love the scenery and how much you went into detail for each part and step. It’s excellent that you are reminding us several times to keep in mind our own limits, it helps to stay safe on a hike.

    2019-08-04

    Hi Mirela,
    Thank you for your comment. Hiking in the Grand Canyon, especially in the summertime, can be very tough. I have seen many people getting sick on the hike trying to make it back up to the rim. It is important to know your limits.

2019-08-04

Great Canyon is always in my bucket list and you have actually brought me there already! Thanks for the great insight and pictures. It will certainly prepare my trip there.

    2019-08-05

    Great! I am glad you found it useful.

diapersinparadise
2019-08-04

Wow, that is a busy day of hiking! I imagine it would be very challenging in the heat of summer, so thank you for your warnings. Your pictures are awesome, and it’s always great to find a detailed itinerary like this! I will make it to the Grand Canyon one of these days!

    2019-08-05

    Thank you for your comment! Grand Canyon is definitely worth the visit.

2019-08-04

We love Grand Canyon and we’ve been to all of these! However, we are slow movers, so we did it in 2 days. Well, not really 2 days, since the two times we went there we always arrived in the late afternoon and left in the morning after the second night. We came through Desert View entrance and stopped at all points on the way to the Village. The next day we explore the Village area and Hermit Rest, ending with sunset at Yaki Point. Our son also did the Junior Ranger here. The next morning we left after hiking to Ooh Aah Point. Oh, I love that point so much. I always tell people to hike there.

    2019-08-05

    Thank you Umiko for your comment! I totally agree with you that you need a few days to fully explore the place.

2019-08-05

The Grand Canyon has been on the list for a while, but never quite made it yet. Great to have a list of all the different places to collect and what to see and do there. I’d love to do some hiking in the area but I might need some preparation first!

    2019-08-05

    Hey Paul,
    Thank you for your comment! It is an amazing place. You should add it to your list of places to visit.

2019-08-05

I’ve never been to the Grand Canyon but I’m always so amazed at the pictures and videos I see, the terrain and landscape is beautiful and colourful! I think your detailed itinerary is a must for anyone visiting!

    2019-08-05

    Thank you, Yeshi! If at all possible, add Grand Canyon to your list of places to visit. It is an amazing place.

Renata
2019-08-05

I really enjoyed this post and your wonderful pictures, however, I’m not sure how much I’d be able to enjoy the Grand Canyon on the spot since I’m so afraid of heights. Therefore, grand views rather scare me – it’s really bad’n’sad.

    2019-08-05

    Oh, that is really unfortunate! But, it’s ok! We are only human and we need to embrace our limitations.
    Thank you for your comment!

Dan
2019-08-05

That’s one great comprehensive guide for people that visit on a day trip. Personally, I would like to stay longer and take my time exploring but most people don’t have that luxury and this guide is great for people planning to take a day trip- you covered everything one needs to know before visiting

    2019-08-05

    Thank you for your comment Dan!

Visiting the Grand Canyon is really high up on my bucket list and I want to take my boys with me as it’s such as iconic place. I actually didn’t know where to start in terms of researching a trip there so this post has really help break that all down

Laura x

    2019-08-05

    Thank you for your comment!
    Great!
    Let me know if you have any questions.

2019-08-05

I had no idea there were so many aspects to the Grand Canyon. I’ve only ever seen the West Rim and Skywalk. Can’t wait to get back and see more of this amazing landscape!

    2019-08-06

    Thank you for your comment! It is definitely worth to visit and explore!

    2019-08-06

    Grand Canyon is worth a visit! Amazing place!

2019-11-07

It’s on my list, but I haven’t made it to the Grand Canyon yet. Your photos are spectacular and it’s one of those must do destinations that I will look forward to seeing.

    2019-11-11

    Hi Natalie,
    The Grand Canyon is awesome. You will not be disappointed!

Darla
2021-06-21

We are headed to the Grand Canyon in Sept. 2021. Frist time for me and my husband. We re celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary. I love your advice thanks. Darla

    2021-06-22

    Hello Darla,
    Congratulations to you and your husband!
    What a beautiful location to celebrate 40 years together.
    Enjoy! Grand Canyon is breathtaking.

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