There are dozens of viewpoints along the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Each one of these viewpoints offers a spectacular view.
Out of these options, touring Hermit Road by bicycle sounds like the most fun.
The South Rim trail is a flat, mostly paved trail that heads along the edge of the rim.
One of the best ways to experience the Grand Canyon is to hike below the rim. There are several options to do this from the South Rim.
If hiking is not your thing, you can ride a mule into the canyon. Xanterra offers mule trips on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
This is a great, low-key activity to add to your list of things to do. In the IMAX theater in the Visitor Center.
Learn about the history and formation of the Grand Canyon in this museum which is located in the historic Yavapai Observation Station.
The Trail of Time is a short walk (1.7 miles) that is actually a portion of the Rim Trail.
From one of many viewpoints, watch as the sun rises over the Grand Canyon, lighting it up in warm hues of reds, pinks, and oranges.