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Grand Canyon National Park (South Rim)
"A diamond of a national park. Hike out to Ooh-Ah point and say hi to lots of pack mules hiking up the steep canyon! Bring plenty of water, a compass, maps, and snacks and don't forget a hat."
Mather Point, S Entrance Rd (at Grand Canyon National Park)
"Great views of the Grand Canyon, but it's pretty crowded. The best photos can be taken to the left and the right of Mather Point. Wish we went during sunrise or sunset!"
Bright Angel Trail
"Go earlier in the morning or later in the afternoon for a cooler, less crowded hike. A spectacular trail, especially if you can get below the throngs of people. Also do the South Kaibab trail."
Grand Canyon National Park (North Rim)
US Hwy 67
"Worth the 5 hour drive from south rim. Hike the Kaibab trail to & through the tunnel but start before 8 to beat the mules & heat. Tunnel itself isn't that impressive but the view on the other side is."
Verkamp's Visitor Center
Grand Canyon Village (Grand Canyon National Park)
"Friendly staff that will assists you for anything going on around the park"
"Gift shop of good looking"
Bright Angel Lodge Restaurant
American · $
"Great late lunch option. Service was quick and the food is delicious. Lots of vegetarian options especially the chilli in the sourdough bread bowl is amazing."
Desert View Watchtower
Desert View, E Rim Rd (at Grand Canyon National Park)
"Stunning views of the Grand Canyon, and less crowded too! Come at dawn or dusk for the best photos. The Watchtower closes at 6:30 PM sharp, so get there beforehand if you want to climb it."
El Tovar Dining Room and Lounge
American · $$
in El Tovar Hotel (Grand Canyon National Park)
"The chicken salad lettuce wraps with the slaw is delicious. So is the Santa Fe sandwich. Service is great too."
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