If you take the West Rim shuttlebus along the red route, you’ll find Hopi Point between Salt Creek and Monument Creek at stop number four. Next to the road, you’ll find a fenced viewing area at the northernmost spot of this area of the canyon, allowing you to see another 20 miles off to the western canyon, all the way out to Havasupai Point and the Great Scenic Divide. Ahead of you will lie a vast vista, and 2,000 feet below, you can see the Dana Butte. Large mesas stretch off into the distance, separated by the Colorado River, making Hopi point one of the most popular canyon viewing points on the West Rim. Perfect for sunsets, Hopi Point is a stop that cannot be missed.

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