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    Grand Canyon Village

    South Rim's Grand Canyon Village is the hub of activity for canyon visitors. A variety of accommodations, from historical landmarks, quaint cabins, modern ...

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    Apache St & Center Rd

    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 ...

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    At 8,803 feet above sea level, Point Imperial overlook treats travelers to the northernmost view of the Grand Canyon. Here, the Colorado River spills from the spire-like walls of Marble ...

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    From west end of W Rim Drive to E Rim Drive & Yaki Point Road

    Running parallel to the South Loop Road, which is open to vehicular traffic, this trail comes about as close to the Canyon's edge as it is safe to saunter. Classified as a "moderate" trail, it ...

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    off Rim Trail

    Nestled into the canyon's edge at Bright Angel Lodge , this facility blends into the landscape, as it provides panoramic views and endless photo opportunities ...

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    8 miles above the village of Supai, about 90 miles northwest of Seligman

    Hikers often enjoy the eight-mile trek to the remote Native American village, Supai, located on the Havasupai Indian Reservation. Along the way the sights include some of the more magnificent ...

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    Old Az-64

    Ruins of a small Anasazi village, dating back to the late 1100s, furnish visitors with a brief history lesson of how some of the early settlers in this area lived ...

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    Along the side road to Yaki Point

    Of the two maintained trails in the south rim, this 6.3-mile trail is the less traveled. While it affords extensive views in both directions, it ...

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    South end of Route 67

    If you are planning your first-ever visit to the Grand Canyon, Angel Point is a fabulous place to catch your first real glimpse of its grandeur. Just drive to the Grand Canyon Lodge at the North Rim. From the ...

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    At 7,406 feet, Grandview Point is one of the highest lookouts along the south rim, providing sightseers with a unique view looking down on the ...