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We enjoyed this hike, which was moderate in difficulty (some moderately steep parts). Our family did it easily. The views at the end are really good. If you have to skip this, it is not the end of the world, but it is a great...More
This area is about a 1.5 mile round trip. It involves uphill and downhill areas. We took one of the guide books along, and during the uphill spots, we used the guidebook as a rest stop at the marked points. The hike is at an...More
I admit, if not for an earthcache halfway out to the point, we wouldn't have taken the time to hike out. But I'm sure glad we did. The views are spectacular. It's rocky and steep in spots, don't expect a paved pathway like most of...More
The final stop on the South Rim Road in the Black Canyon is Warner Point. It is the longest hike to get there (about a half mile round trip) but well worth the time.
There was plenty of parking and even a few RV spots....More
Although this hike is only ~1400 m, one-way, it is pretty strenuous and feels longer. But, it is worth it! The views are excellent and, if you are lucky, you may get to see a bear lounging on a rock, enjoying the stunning vistas.
Warner point trail is very nice short trail with beautiful views to the canyon and to other surrounded country especially the view to a snowy tops of mountains in a distance.If you will be at canyon you must go there.
Warner point has some amazing views of the canyon. You can see forever on a clear day. I think the trail going to the point is also a lot of fun. You can get a trail guide and look at all the types of plants...More