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One of the two superhighways into the Canyon, the other being the Bright Angel Trail, this path runs along a ridge offering stunning views. During the summer, visitors are advised to bring at least two quarts of water along because it can get very...more
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Along the side road to Yaki Point, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
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We took this hike to Ooh Aah Point-the views are indescribable. My in-laws who are in their late 60s were able to do this hike (with some stops along the way) and my 3 kids ranging from 15-8. If you haven’t been to the Grand...More

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This is a terrific hike which is 0.9 miles one way if you only hike to Ooh Aah overlook. The trail begins with a lot of switchbacks and is downhill most of the way. The hike is worth the effort. We completed the hike in...More

Thank Evelyn C
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It’s tougher especially for the first 15 minutes as there are a lot of steps as well as mule pooh but we liked the views better and it’s more wooded. The track is again wide and well maintained. We got as far as the mid...More

1  Thank HofH999
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We put in at this trailhead almost an hour before sunrise in complete darkness using our red headlamps. The trail is narrow, rocky, steep without any guardrails. It took us a while to get to Ooh Aah point since we had mostly 60-70year olds on...More

Thank Cfsdir
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

One of the most beautiful trails in the park. Well maintained, easy to follow and gorgeous views. I highly recommend. Just remember it’s exposed to the sun and there’s no water sources so be prepared.

Thank ozzieamy
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were only at the park one day so we had time for one hike down into the canyon and this is the one we choose. And we were not disappointed. The views going down are amazing. Top is steep but is not as bad...More

2  Thank larryc62
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We decided to do a little hiking and this was the trail we chose. It is steep but has pretty well defined pathways. The views are amazing as you head down. We chose to hike down about 1.5 hours then hike back up. Going down...More

2  Thank Paradise571823
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We hiked this at approx 0830, down to OOh Ahh Point in runners. We had about a 20 min break at the point, and then made our way back up. We got to the trailhead at approx 1000 after the 1.8 mile round trip. It...More

2  Thank Anna L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

On August 8th I started my hike and descent into the Grand Canyon on the South Kaibab trail at 4:30am. It was dark and kind of scary doing this alone. My goal was to hike to the Colorado River, take a rest, and hike back...More

2  Thank Angelina V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our first visit to the Grand Canyon and we loved it! We did two hikes; this one and the Bright Angel Trail. We liked this one better but they are both worth doing. We only went down to Ooh Aah Point. It is about a...More

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Rick D
14 October 2018|
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Response from DanielPofMI | Reviewed this property |
Maybe a collapsible one might be best. Pick up your fishing permit at the General Store in Market Plaza in the village. Bright Angel Creek may yield some fish.
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Response from Cindi W | Reviewed this property |
Check what the weather should be. I hiked first week of April and it was warmer than I like. Mid 80's,no shade,no water available.Have to carry all your water 7 miles and 5000 ft elevation change. Do not attempt without... More
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Saptaparni G
11 June 2018|
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Response from Haley F | Reviewed this property |
We left from the SK trailhead at 6:06 AM and arrived at oh ah point at 6:28. We were not walking fast,I'd estimate maybe 2mph. In regards to how long it takes to come back up: A good time of thumb to follow is it takes... More
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