Best Hiking Trails around Grand Canyon, AZ

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Uncle Jim Trail

Uncle Jim Trail
Many think that when the Grand Canyon Lodge closes its doors in mid-October, entry to the North Rim is halted. The truth is that this is the best t...
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Bright Angel Trail

Bright Angel Trail
Bourbon St
Grand Canyon, AZ
The Bright Angel Trail is considered the park’s premier hiking trail. Well maintained, graded for stock, with regular drinking water and covered r...
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Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park
8 South Entrance Road
Grand Canyon, AZ
Grand Canyon National Park: The Grand Canyon is more than a great chasm carved over millennia through the rocks of the Colorado Plateau. It is more...
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Grand Canyon Rim Trail

Grand Canyon Rim Trail
Hermit Road
Grand Canyon, AZ
The Rim Trail extends from the village area to Hermits Rest. Begin from any viewpoint in the Village or along Hermit Road. The Rim Trail offers exc...
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South Kaibab Trail to Cedar Ridge

South Kaibab Trail to Cedar Ridge
Yaki Point Rd
Grand Canyon, AZ
The South Kaibab Trail offers wonderful views all along the trail making it very easy to lose track of how far down you have hiked. Additionally, ...
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Rainbow Rim Trail

Rainbow Rim Trail
Timp Point
North Rim, AZ
Located along the rim of the Grand Canyon and connecting five large "Points" of land which overhang the Canyon and the Arizona Strip. The five "Poi...
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Kaibab Plateau Trail

Kaibab Plateau Trail
Intersection of Highways US 89A and AZ 67
Fredonia, AZ
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Kendrick Trail

Kendrick Trail
Forest Service Rd 190
Flagstaff, AZ
This is a hike to one of the highest vistas in northern Arizona. From Kendrick's 10,418 foot summit, you can see the Grand Canyon to the north and ...
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Vermilion Cliffs National Monument

Vermilion Cliffs National Monument
US-89A and House Rock Road
Marble Canyon, AZ
This remote and unspoiled, 280,000-acre Monument is a geologic treasure, containing a variety of diverse landscapes from the Paria Plateau, Vermili...
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Sycamore Rim Trail

Sycamore Rim Trail
The Sycamore Rim Trail was first proposed in 1975. Born of the idea that this environment of ponds, streams, cliffs and deep canyons was unique, an...
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Bill Williams Mountain Trail

Bill Williams Mountain Trail
 This trail starts in ponderosa pine and oak thickets. As it crosses West Cataract Creek, it goes through stands of aspen and fir carpeted by ...
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Horseshoe Bend

Horseshoe Bend
Highway 89
Page, AZ
A great way to see Horseshoe Bend and the surrounding area is by air. You will fly over Horseshoe Bend, a hairpin turn in the Colorado River throug...
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O'Leary Peak Trail

O'Leary Peak Trail
Forest Service Rd 545A
Flagstaff, AZ
O'Leary Peak is a lava dome volcano, not a cinder cone like Sunset Crater Volcano. The hike is along a roadbed, which is rough with pot holes, roc...
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Lookout Canyon Trail #121

Lookout Canyon Trail #121
Lookout Canyon Trail #121 runs through the bottom of Pratt Canyon. Pratt Canyon is a narrow canyon heavily forested with ponderosa pine, spruce, fi...
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Lockett Meadow Campground

Lockett Meadow Campground
Forest Road 552
Flagstaff, AZ
This primitive campground offers a scenic view of the San Francisco Peaks and dry camping in the cool aspen trees that surround Lockett Meadow. Thi...
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