The second overlook along the West Rim Drive affords sightseers a partial view of Bright Angel Trail . From this point, ... More
The second overlook along the West Rim Drive affords sightseers a partial view of Bright Angel Trail . From this point, visitors will find themselves at some 7,050 feet. In 1976, the world's first foot-launched hang gliding flight into the Canyon was executed from this lookout. Access to this point is via the trail system linking the overlooks along West Rim Drive and by shuttle in the summer months.
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. ...
Registered as an Historical Landmark, this rustic lodge and cabins was designed by architect Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter in the
mid 1930s. The lodge offers a wide range of affordable accommodation, as well as restaurants, a gift shop, a ...
Located at Yavapai Point, the observation station houses a museum. It is encased in glass, affording a great view of
the suspension bridge crossing the Colorado River. Geological exhibits showing the creation of the Grand Canyon are on display; ...