From Hiking to Helicopter Rides: The Best Grand Canyon South Rim Activities

Located in Arizona, the Grand Canyon National Park is one of the most famous landmarks in the United States.

The Grand Canyon is a place you truly have to see to believe. Trying to picture a canyon 277 miles long, 18 miles wide, and a mile deep is not the same as seeing it in person.

With so much land to explore, the options are pretty overwhelming! That’s why we developed a list of the best things to do in the Grand Canyon South Rim to aid in your planning.

The biggest challenge in planning a trip to the Grand Canyon often lies in figuring out which rim to visit – South, North, East, or West?

But if you have to choose just one, the Grand Canyon South Rim is the most scenic and accessible. It’s also packed full of things to do and is where you’ll find most Grand Canyon lodging options.

Grand Canyon Village

The Gateway to this National Park has contains three important historical sites

The Rim Trail

It’s one of the most accessible hikes and most popular trails on the South Rim. In addition, parts of the trail are wheelchair friendly.

The 65-mile journey travels between Williams, Arizona, and the South Rim of the Grand Canyon daily.

Ride the Grand Canyon Railway

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