Rim Trail

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  • The High Rim Trail passes through the park along the upper edge of the cliff.
  • It received its name several years ago from a circumstance that happened while he was conducting a party of tourists along the rim trail. Cited from Arizona Sketches, by Joseph A. Munk
  • Water can occasionally be found along the Rim Trail but should be treated for contaminants before consumption.
  • The Rim trail has numerous overlooks providing views of falls and rapids below.
  • After a mile of easy walking, the Rim Trail Loop is reached.
  • Turn left onto this rim trail and follow it north 1.3 miles.
  • Views of the canyon can be seen from the picnic area parking lot, in addition to additional views located along the rim trail.
  • The area also features a portion of the Tahoe Rim Trail.
  • The West Rim Trail has many climbs and offers many vistas.
  • Hermits Rest also represents the western terminus of the Rim Trail.
  • The most spectacular view of Lucifer falls can be found along the gorge trail, although there are also overlooks along the rim trail.
  • Here the hiker may also access the Tahoe Rim Trail.
  • The highest elevation on the West Rim Trail is at, south of Gundigut Hollow.
  • This is the Tote Road; most people hike back on this trail since the walking is easier than the Rim Trail.
  • From the resort, visitors can reach the park by hiking along the Blue Lake Crater Rim Trail that circles the lake.
  • Giant eastern white pine trees adorn this area and can be seen as tall as, with diameters sometimes spanning, The rim trail is characterized by pine trees.
  • The trailhead can be accessed via either the Rim Trail or the free Grand Canyon National Park shuttle bus.
  • Hiking along the Gulf Hagas Rim Trail is the most popular option for hikers who wish to view the gorge.
  • Upon reaching Leatherwood Falls, Fire's Creek Rim Trail travels right as it climbs to the ridge.
  • Another Times story in 2002 noted the park for its beauty and wildlife, and cited it as a starting point for hiking the West Rim Trail.
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