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Pima Point, Grand Canyon National Park

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  • Took the 7 mile walk from Hermits Rest back to the village taking in the viewpoints and the lowering sun. The bus stops at most but all of the stops. 
  • Pima Point is a great place to stop and rest on the way to Hermit's Rest. Visitors can enjoy a gift shop, a cafe and toilets, but some may view the Woody environment and I don't think there's much more to this area, but if you keep overlooking the northernmost corner of Pima Point, Pima Point, you can also catch glimpses of Cope Butte, Canyon, and Travertine Creek Monument , making this one of the most beautiful places of the canyon with several of its most popular landmarks on display for everyone. The place is beautiful
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  • One of the stops on the Red route. Here, too, it's worth to get out and enjoy the great views of the Grand Canyon.
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  • Still another sunset vantage point! And an incredible view of the greatest canyon on earth.
  • One of the most impressive expirence I ever seen.
  • The fact that the river has shrunk from this point to where it is now is a testament to the realities of global warming.
  • Stunning views of the canyon and river below.
  • Hiking the trails on the south rim for the first time was the experience of a lifetime.