Grand Canyon is world famous for its trails and lookout points.  Grand Canyon Trail hikers are treated to spectacular views of the inner canyon and great expanse of the Grand Canyon National Park.  Hiking is free in the Grand Canyon.  There are some incredible guided hiking tours that are worth it if looking to get the most out of a short Grand Canyon visit.  Hiking the Grand Canyon should not be taken lightly and needs preparation, especially for more advanced trails.  Check out some of our Grand Canyon hiking tips for pointers.

South Rim Day hikes are the most popular and well used trails.  The Rim Trail, Bright Angel Trail (Steep), South Kaibab Trail (Steep), Hermit Trail (Steep) and Grandview Trail (Very Steep) are all profiled in our directory below.  We’ve also provided information on popular Grand Canyon lookout points.

  • Bright Angel Trail
    Bright Angel Trail
  • Fossil Bed
    Fossil Beds
  • Grandview_Trail
    Grandview Trail
  • Hermit Trail
    Hermit Trail
  • Hopi Point
    Hopi Point
  • Pima Point Grand Canyon
    Pima Point
  • Powell Point
    Powell Point
  • Grand Canyon 5 Hiking Tips
    Rim Trail
  • South Kaibab Trail
    South Kaibab Trail
  • Tonto Trail
    Tonto Trail
  • Waldron Trail
    Waldron Trail
  • Yaki Point
    Yaki Point
  • Yavapai Point
    Yavapai Point