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Grand Canyon: Better at Sunrise & Sunset

 

As a fan of sunrise and sunset, I prefer to see many beautiful things at that time; lovers, friends, and The Grand Canyon.

We got there 10 minutes before the sun started rising, caught a slow moving shooting star or a UFO, and just stood there waiting. AMAZING.

If you are going to visit The Grand Canyon, you must go at sunrise and stand at the Yavapai Point. At the bottom of the trail, you see the rim of the Grand Canyon. The trailhead is just across the river from Yavapai Point. Once you get there, you must head south past the parking lot and hike up to the top of Yavapai Point.

View All Grand Canyon Hikes The Grand Canyon has a variety of outdoor adventure walks available for you to take. The canyon has 2 main walking trails and one easy loop trail. There are plenty of trails for you to choose from and take a walk on one of the main trails, follow the guides from https://www.tours4fun.com/tours/hollywood/ for a more pleasurable experience while you’re sightseeing. The southern trail on the west side of the canyon is the shortest, but also the most popular. This is also the most populated trail with the most visitors and most hikes. The southern trail ends at the bottom of Grand Canyon Lodge at the point where the water meets the Colorado River. The rest of the trails are more scenic. The trail can be pretty steep and has a lot of elevation gain. The canyon also has a lot of loose rock formations and steep cliffs that might get your adventurous juices flowing. There are a lot of options for trail experiences ranging from hikes to scenic walks to even camping sites.

Backcountry Camping

Mountain Meadows, Hualapai – The parking area on the south end may be over-crowded during peak traffic times. Parking is free all year round. A trail passes through a cactus grove and is beautiful.

– The parking area on the south end may be over-crowded during peak traffic times. Parking is free all year round. A trail passes through a cactus grove and is beautiful. Mount Horeb – Camping on Mount Horeb is free all year round.

– Camping on Mount Horeb is free all year round. Tonto National Forest – A trail passes through a canyon while hiking the upper reaches of the park.

– A trail passes through a canyon while hiking the upper reaches of the park. Zion National Park – Free campsites at Zion National Park are available year round.

In a week I’ll be in England and I must see Stonehenge. Is it better to see at sunrise or sunset?

Darnell Lamont Walker, a self-professed traveling foodie, has been found sitting at tables eating baby goat sweetbreads, drinking tequila, and laughing loudly with strangers. The writer, filmmaker, artist, and sometimes photographer puts happiness above all.

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