The more quite side of Grand Canyon National Park is the North Rim.
Here you’ll find more solitude, but less services and more difficult access to the canyon.
Go Hiking- The Grand Canyon is a hikers playground.
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The West Rim, also known as Grand Canyon West is home to the Skywalk and Hualapai Tribe.
Toroweap, also called Tuweap is one of the most isolated areas in Grand Canyon National Park and offers a primitive campground, hiking and solitude.Take a train ride- The Grand Canyon Railway goes from Williams, Arizona to the Grand Canyon Village.If you're into trains, this is the best way to get to Grand Canyon National Park.Visit Havasu Falls- Havasu Falls is located on the Havasupai Indian Reservation in the Western Grand Canyon.It's not easy to get there, but the blue green waterfalls make it well worth the effort.Can you believe that the average visit of Grand Canyon National Park's 5 million visitors lasts only two hours?