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The most developed area of Grand Canyon National Park, the South Rim offers amenities such as bus service, hotels and water stations, but is also more crowded than the North Rim. Scenic highlights include Pipe Creek Vista and Yavapai Point.
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The view from the south rim is spectacular. Hard to believe such a place exists.
Plenty of views that are different yet the same from the rim trail and lookout points along the trail.
Words can’t describe. Pictures don’t do it justice either.
Bus driver was late picking up from hotel meet point. 5 hr drive on a bus to canyon, limited stops, no entertainment. 5 hrs back on a bus, only 1 stop hr from hotel drop point. Tour guide a dud. Spent more time at gift...More
It's the Grand Canyon, enough said. We arrived by train at the South Rim and was whisked away on our tour. We had about 2 hours to visit the village and get lunch. The South Rim offers many options to eat, Visitor Center, lodging, gift...More
This is an excellent park that is easy to navigate. The visitor’s center was a great place to start and the movie was full of information. The free shuttle buses made it easy to get around and of course the canyon is breathtaking. We hiked...More
Words are not adequate to describe the Grand Canyon. I have seen pictures. I have heard people extol the magnificence of the Grand Canyon. Until I saw it for myself, I had no idea how breath taking, awesomely amazing & magnificent it is. I couldn't...More
We visited Vegas and took a day trip to the Grand Canyon South Rim, it is quite doable if you leave around 6am. The Grand Canyon is truly a sight to behold, the landscape and views are simply breathtaking, a really amazing experience for anyone.
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Our trip was very different. We were travelling by car. You can get a train into the centre of the south rim and there are plenty of camping places you can use and then use the bus and walking to do what you want. Not... More
Our trip was very different. We were travelling by car. You can get a train into the centre of the south rim and there are plenty of camping places you can use and then use the bus and walking to do what you want. Not sure this helps too much.
Hi, The Grand Canyon Railway runs between the Canyon and Williams, Arizona - not Winslow. Williams is 160 miles from Phoenix and 220 miles from Las Vegas. So the drive from Phoenix, via Flagstaff would be shorter and I... More
Hi, The Grand Canyon Railway runs between the Canyon and Williams, Arizona - not Winslow. Williams is 160 miles from Phoenix and 220 miles from Las Vegas. So the drive from Phoenix, via Flagstaff would be shorter and I would say more scenic. The highway from either city is good. Hope this helps.