Best Views In Grand Canyon National Park

Mather Point

Mather Point is one of the most popular stops at the Grand Canyon South Rim for first-time visitors, and it’s easy to see why.

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Yavapai Point

Located just 0.7 miles west along the Rim Trail from Mather Point, Yavapai Point is another must-see stop. 

Mary Colter’s Lookout Studio

Designed by famed architect Mary Colter, the Mary Colter Lookout Studio is not just a viewpoint but a piece of art. 

Bright Angel Trailhead

Bright Angel Trailhead è la porta d'ingresso per coloro che desiderano avventurarsi nel canyon. 

Plateau Point

A bonus for experienced hikers, Plateau Point is accessed by a 6-mile one-way (12-mile round trip) hike descending 3,000 feet along the Bright Angel Trail. 

Trailview Overlook

Trailview Overlook offers a fantastic view of the bustling Grand Canyon Village and the switchbacking Bright Angel Trail. 

Maricopa Point

At Maricopa Point, the canyon opens up, offering expansive vistas to both the east and west that stretch out to the Colorado River.

Powell Point

Named after John Wesley Powell, a famous explorer of the Colorado River, Powell Point is marked by a memorial that pays tribute to the Grand Canyon’s early explorers. 

Hopi Point

Hopi Point is renowned for its stunning sunsets and is often considered one of the best places in the park to end your day. 

Mohave Point

Just a mile from Hopi Point, Mohave Point offers incredible views of the Colorado River’s rapids and west-facing canyon views.

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