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We stayed at the Yavapai lodge and asked one of the rangers for her recommendation on either a sunrise or sunset over the canyon. This was her recommendation and it did not disappoint. Get here before sunrise and just wait -- the entire crowd gasped...More
There is a paved trail that allows you to enjoy the views of the Grand Canyon from different angles. Excellent birding if you go early. Clean bathrooms and drinking water near the parking lot. A visit to the small geology visitor center is a must...More
This was the closest point on the rim to our lodge so came here for both sunrise and sunset.
Sunrise was stunning. To see the sunrise here is something you will never forgot. Well worth the effort of the early start. When we came for...More
According to many tourists, the views from Yavapai Point as the most spectacular and breath-taking on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. As the northernmost overlook on the South Rim, and the most panoramic views of the Colorado River far below the point, it...More
Stay in the Canyon park so that you can benefit of less crowds. Get up before sunlight and start a run along the RIM will be one of the best you ever do !
Accommodation is fine, but one wing does not have AC so...More
We stopped at the Visitor Center to get our bearings and some background info on what the expect in the park, then moved to Yavapai Point for our first glimpse of the canyon, which had PLENTY of parking, even though the Visitor Center parking lots...More