Are you ready for one of the most breath-taking experiences of your life? Grand Canyon National Park is truly a treasure unlike anything else on Earth. Visiting the Grand Canyon during these uncertain times offers fresh air, perspective, and as much excitement as you're willing to experience. Our Grand Canyon visitor guide can assist you in planning a safe, enjoyable, and memorable trip of a lifetime. Your preferred mode of travel and accommodation preferences may determine which rim of the Grand Canyon you want to visit. There are essentially three main rims of Grand Canyon National Park - South, West, and North Rims, with the East Rim reaching out more towards the Lake Powell area, which includes attractions like Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon. Traditionally, the South Rim of the Grand Canyon accessed through Arizona was the best way to see Grand Canyon. But with flights to Las Vegas being so affordable in recent years, many visitors chose to visit the West Rim, which features the glass bridge hanging over the canyon edge called the Grand Canyon Skywalk. Now that flying or traveling through an airport comes with its own Covid-19 exposure risks, traveling by car has once again become the preferred way to visit Grand Canyon National Park. Each rim and each type of tour offers a unique way to experience the canyon and there's no one best way to do it. But there's only one way to find out which is your favorite.
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