This sometimes narrow and scenic trail begins .3 miles from Angel's Window Overlook, a pullout located on Cape Royal Road ... More
This sometimes narrow and scenic trail begins .3 miles from Angel's Window Overlook, a pullout located on Cape Royal Road on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. The one-mile round trip route traverses by Native American ruins, then runs underneath a limestone overhang and finally takes you to Cliff Springs and into a forested ravine. As you approach the springs, the canyon walls dramatically open up. This hike has a slight change in elevation. For your own safety, do not drink the water from the springs.
Experience the Grand Canyon from its most peaceful perspective: the North Rim. Perched atop Bright Angel Point and well hidden
from the summer crowds, the Grand Canyon Lodge offers motel rooms and rustic efficiency cabins for the ultimate escape. ...
The Grand Canyon draws more than 10 million visitors a year. As one of the seven natural wonders of the
world, this amazing landscape awes and inspires. A mile in depth and more than 250 miles long, the Colorado ...
South Rim's Grand Canyon Village is the hub of activity for canyon visitors. A variety of accommodations, from historical landmarks,
quaint cabins, modern facilities or camping and hookups for RVs, are available. Museums, gift shops, restaurants, mule rides, train ...