Hiking Grand Canyon National Park - North Rim

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Hiking Grand Canyon National Park - North Rim

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When you visit the Grand Canyon, there are two choices: the South Rim or the North Rim. Here are a few hikes for the North Rim.

The North Rim is much less crowded than the South Rim and offers a lot of remoteness and unspoiled experiences. The North Rim lies at the end of a dead-end road and has about 1/10 of the visitors that the South Rim has. There are more overlooks from the South Rim roads than the North Rim and many of the North Rim trails are plateau-type trails.

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Re: Hiking Grand Canyon National Park - North Rim

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I prefer the North RIm, too, it was one of my first "big" hiking trips and it was the one that made me fall in love with both hiking and landscape photography! The fact that it isn't as crowded as the southern one is invaluable...
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