Breathtaking. This place is very well organized from the moment you park and enter, there are maps and signs very well made. There very well encourage you to preserve Water because is hard to get there. The museum is really nice it has the whole story of the canyon since the beginning to most recent discovery’s. Another part of the park has a theater that shows a nice documentary of the gran canyon. It’s so big I think you might need a couple days just to see the whole park it has also different buses that take you to important points of the park. Definitely if you’re coming to AZ you need to come to this place.
amazing, need a good couple days to really see a lot and even then one wouldn't touch but a sliver. Wish that there could be better access for wheelchairs or be able to rent them or scooter mobility ones. Glad I got to see what I did, it's checked off my bucket list!
It's the crown jewel of Arizona. If you're visiting AZ, take time to see a most natural wonder. Lots of choices in trails and degrees of difficult to easy.
So consummately excellent. Would not like to leave!! I cherished outdoors in Mather Campground. Love seeing the Elk simply walk through like it was no major ordeal. I adored the excellent Gorge whose lovely assuredly is Fabulous!! The moon was full and wonderful! Stars were marvelous to take a gander at. The climate was warm yet windy and at any rate 30 degrees cooler than Phoenix. This is the reason I would not like to return home. Cherished it to such an extent!
The Grand Canyon is totally epic. We live in Flagstaff nearby, so we've been many times. Our favorite way to explore it is on bikes along the rim. It's an unbeatable way of doing the Canyon with kids. We love taking all our visitors from around the world on this adventure! Highly recommend it. You can rent bikes next door to the visitor center at Bright Angel Bicycles or take your own.
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