Grand Canyon North Rim

Grand Canyon - North Rim is Magic

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By Dixie Brunner

The Grand Canyon is on most everyone’s bucket list! How do you describe one of the seven wonders of the world? The Canyon’s matchless beauty and grandeur go far beyond the shallow human ability to describe. Much has been written about the wonders of Grand Canyon National Park. The South Rim is literally overrun with U.S. and international visitors. Large crowds and bumper to bumper traffic are the norm there. But the best-kept secret of the Grand Canyon adventure is to visit the magically unspoiled North Rim! It’s a visitor’s dream come true, with incredible views, improved trails and great facilities. The only thing the North Rim can’t offer you is the crowds! When approaching the northern canyon access, you travel through the scenic Kaibab Plateau-North Rim Parkway, which traverses the 1500 square mile North Kaibab National Forest-Grand Canyon National Game Preserve. Travelers drive through the gentle green forests, which rise dramatically to 9,000 feet in elevation. The Kaibab, which the Paiute Indians called “the mountain lying down,” changes from life zones of the Sonoran desert zone at one extreme, to the frosty climate of the sub-alpine zone nearer the canyon. Dense pine forests of the high Kaibab Plateau end abruptly at the canyon’s edge. Campgrounds and lodges are available at the park, but those things can wait _ the Canyon is beckoning! At the first overlook, you are rendered speechless with the panoramic view. The rugged, restless collection of colors and canyons, buttes and mesas, as well as wildlife and vegetation, stimulate many emotions in people. The Canyon offers a multitude of moods, appearing different with every passing minute of every single day. Each of the well-maintained overlooks provide a different view of the canyon and the Colorado River glimpsed below. Those catching a sunset or sunrise are in for a truly inspiring sight. There are many ways to experience the Grand Canyon. Many find hiking to the bottom, riding a horse or mule on some of the rim trails, or floating the exhilarating Colorado River rapids on a raft, the only real way to truly experience the Canyon. Whichever way you choose to explore, immerse yourself in the adventure of the Grand Canyon. The trip will offer you a spiritual experience. With plenty of time and access to meditate on the awesome beauty, one leaves the Canyon feeling more bonded and in tune with the natural wonder. Don’t cheat yourself – visit the Grand Canyon North Rim for a magically unspoiled adventure!

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Strike 2 – lightning strike at the North Rim. Photo by Marty Feely.

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