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GRAND CANYON
At 277 miles (446 km) long and up to 18 miles (29 km) wide, the Grand Canyon is
immense in both size and grandeur. To view this breathtaking natural wonder on
a day trip, we recommend heading for the South Rim, the park's main entry point,
which is an easy 3.5-hour drive north of Scottsdale and is open year-round.
For more information please visit nps.gov/grca.
RIM TRAIL
This easy, partially paved trail runs from Grand Canyon Village to Hermits Rest and provides
excellent Canyon views with fewer crowds. Walk as far as you'd like and use the park's free
shuttle bus system to return to your starting point.
GRAND CANYON VISITOR
CENTER
Here you'll find information on South
Rim attractions, hiking opportunities,
the park's free shuttle bus system and
park ranger programs. Take the short
walk from the visitor center to Mather
Point for your first view of the Grand
Canyon.
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