South Rim Trail
The South Rim Trail is a scenic walking trail that runs for approximately 13 miles along the rim of the Grand Canyon's South Rim. It offers breathtaking views of the canyon, including some of its most iconic landmarks, such as Mather Point, Yavapai Point, and Hopi Point. Along the trail, you can find a number of informative exhibits and interpretive displays that provide information on the geology, wildlife, and history of the Grand Canyon.
The trail is well-maintained and relatively easy, making it a popular choice for families and casual hikers. You can also hop on and off the park's shuttle bus to speed up your exploration.
Whether you're an experienced hiker or simply looking for a scenic walk, the South Rim Trail is a must-visit destination for anyone visiting the Grand Canyon.