Grandview Trail, Grand Canyon National Park

#7 of 15 in Trails in Grand Canyon National Park
Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
One of the steepest within Grand Canyon National Park, Grandview Trail is also one of the most popular day hikes here. The descent can be grueling for many, but the payoff is a view of the canyon's mesas and a rare sense of true solitude. You can follow the trail down to a horseshoe-shaped mesa, where the Hopi once gathered minerals. Plan to visit Grandview Trail during your Grand Canyon National Park vacation using our convenient Grand Canyon National Park trip itinerary maker app.
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  • This seldom used trail is a bit out of the way, but makes for a great day hike. The trail isn't as well maintained as the main corridor trails (South Kaibab and Bright Angel), and can be a little...  more »
  • Grandview is a steep and challenging half day hike, with some difficult sections and light bouldering. I would not recommend for beginners, but if you are a strong hiker, this is a great trail. We.....  more »

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