This trail on the South Rim is a classic hike that offers sweeping views of the canyon from various viewpoints along the way.
The trail is about 6 miles round trip and descends through a narrow gorge with sheer cliffs on both sides.
The trail offers stunning views of both rims of the canyon, as well as rapids, waterfalls, and wildlife along the way.
This trail on the North Rim is a challenging hike that requires some scrambling and climbing over rocks and boulders.
The trail follows an old road through pine forests and meadows for about 4 miles round trip and has some moderate elevation gain.
The hike is about 7 miles round trip and descends through a narrow gorge with steep drop-offs on both sides.
You can see the Colorado River, the Painted Desert, and the Vermilion Cliffs from different angles.
Embark on a breathtaking 4-mile round trip hike along the rim of the Grand Canyon National Park, leading to the mesmerizing Horseshoe Bend.
This hike on either rim is one of the best hikes in Grand Canyon National Park, as it takes you to Cape Royal Viewpoint.
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