Grand Canyon Things to Do

  • A specatular view of the Grand Canyon
    A specatular view of the Grand Canyon
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  • The bus that took me on my journey
    The bus that took me on my journey
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  • The Joshua Tree.
    The Joshua Tree.
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Most Viewed Things to Do in Grand Canyon

  • 1. South Rim

    In a rainy day, the guide spent almost all day announcing the wonders of the sunset in the Grand Canyon. I thought it was just "guider's conversation" but, at the right moment (American efficiency)...

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  • 2. Air Tours

    Seen from the plane in our way from the Grand Canyon to Monument Valley, Rainbow Bridge seems a small accident in nature. Of course it isn’t and it was one of the strongest reasons why I was sorry...

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  • 3. West East Rim

    First, I took a bus tour which left from Las Vegas en route to the Grand Canyon. On the way there we stopped at different points to take pictures. We stopped at the first scenic point where I took a...

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  • 4. Hikes

    If you want to hike down the Bright Angel Trail (located just West of the Bright Angel Lodge), the National Park Service just made it easier to locate the trailhead with a new stone sign. Please do...

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  • 5. Mule Rides

    This is another personal reference tip ... I REALLY want to do the overnight Mule Ride down to Phantom ranch, but haven't had the chance YET. So this tip is to save the website info on South Rim...

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  • 6. Colorado River

    5 out of 5 stars

    The Colorado River runs through the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Once we landed at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, we walked a short way to the bank of the Colorado River where we boarded a small...

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  • 7. Desert View

    If you are entering The Grand Canyon from Cameron (or the East), take a few minutes to stop at the Desert View area. Not only will you get your first glimpse at the Canyon, you can enjoy the...

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  • 8. Water Falls

    If you're in the Grand Canyon you have to do the Heli-Hike which drops you off INSIDE the canyon to hike to the waterfalls! They simply have to be seen to be believed! Was worth every penny and I...

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  • 9. North Rim

    Grand Canyon is in the northwest corner of Arizona, close to the borders of Utah and Nevada. The Colorado River, which flows through the canyon, drains water from seven states. Natural sounds are an...

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  • 10. Hopi Point

    The houses of the Hopi shelter, storage and work and ceremonial practices. The stone and mortar is coated with plaster and painted with whitewash. The clay is used to connect the strusture elements....

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  • 11. Mather Point

    Our first view of the canyon at the South Rim was at Mather Point. We checked into our hotel and drove into the park for sunset.  The colours and peace of the canyon were breathtaking and so we...

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  • 12. Watchtower

    The Watchtower built in 1932 and designed by Mary Colter. It is located 25 Miles east of Grand Canyon Village on the East Rim Drive, the Watchtower was built to replicate an ancient pueblo tower....

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  • 13. Moran Point

    For more information: Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce Tusayan www.grandcanyonchamber.com or the National Park Service web page. The National Park Service collects a $25 per vehicle entrance fee that...

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  • 14. Flora - Fauna

    Needless to say this place is absolutly magnificant. But did you know there are a bunch of squirrels that are pretty much domesticated and run around and hang out with the tourists? Yes, infact if you...

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  • 15. Vermilion Cliffs

    The Vermilion Cliffs are on the north side of the Colorado River along Alt Hwy 89 which is the route the takes you between the North Rim and South Rim of the Grand canyon. This area is known as...

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  • 16. Lookout Studio

    Built in 1914 and designed by Mary Colter, this building was designed to look like a pueblo Indian dwelling. Made of limestone the same as the upper Grand Canyon walls, this building blends into it's...

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  • 17. Bright Angel Point

    This short (less than half a mile each way) easy walk starts beside the North Rim’s historic lodge. The paved trail descends a short distance to the southern tip of a narrow promontory where you get...

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  • 18. Pima Point

    For more information: Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce Tusayan www.grandcanyonchamber.com or the National Park Service web page. The National Park Service collects a $25 per vehicle entrance fee that...

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  • 19. Powell Point

    For more information: Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce Tusayan www.grandcanyonchamber.com or the National Park Service web page. The National Park Service collects a $25 per vehicle entrance fee that...

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  • 20. Kaibab National Forest

    The Kaibab National Forest straddles the Grand Canyon with about 1,400 square miles of pine forest along the South Rim and another 1,000 square miles along the North Rim. Hwy-180 passes through the...

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  • 21. Yaki Point

    While the shuttles are running, one of the overlooks you won't be able to get to via car is Yaki Point. Drive past the turnout for this overlook to the Mather Point area. Across from this lot is the...

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  • 23. Tour by Jeep

    My husband took this photo during the jeep tour - my son in the back is 'posing' while the rest of us (my daughter, me and our friend Charley) are just smiling...

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  • 24. The game of colours

    Descending to the river is hard, taking time (and money or... risks). Most people follow the rim using the several marked and protected points to a view over...

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  • 25. Take an aeroplane ride into the Canyon

    We booked our transport (bus) to the south rim of the canyon through the Qantas actvities page which offered discounted prices. Because a quota was not reached...

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