1. Sharon Collier

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    You have to see to believe. It’s a wonderful place to see. There is so much to do there it’s so hard to choose what to see or do first. Not something small children would enjoy, but preteens and above should be able to appreciate the grandness of it all.

  2. Ashley Poprik

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    I found it very satisfying. I loved seeing the scenery. It’s not too dangerous if you bring small children because most of it has a railing. I would keep a sharp eye out for them though because there are a few places that don’t have railings (which are great for beautiful pictures with you or your friends who are a bit on the adventurous side) I am not joking when I say it looks exactly like it does in pictures or postcards. Its just bigger. It looks like you have just zoomed into the picture. It is really breathtaking but I would not recommend it if you are looking for some activities there. There are mule rides and a million photo options but other then that there isn’t a whole lot to do there. The mule rides are amazing and it takes you from the North Rim of the canyon to the very bottom. It is fun for all ages, but I must warn you, their smell is very unpleasant. All in all, I’d say, it was one of the best trips I have ever taken.

  3. Norma Rodrigues

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    beautiful. One of the amazing things that I have seen.. breath taking views. just awesome. loved every moment i was there.. We went to South rim and it was just fantastic.

  4. Clarice Wayman

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    My husband and I visited the North Rim Saturday the 18th of October of 2014.. Our overall view of the park was great as far as the scenery. We was quite upset when we entered the park and the park ranger actually questioned my husband being handicapped. Being handicapped gives you some privileges such as entering national and state parks free of charge and being able to camp in them at minimal prices. The parks supply you with a pass to get into the parks, when we went to enter the Grand Canyon North Rim on Oct. 18, 2104 the ranger was actually questioning my husband being handicapped. She first was an expert in Signatures saying my husbands signature didn’t match. After that she questioned him being handicapped. She stated that to be handicapped you had to be severely disabled to where it impacts your life. I just wonder where she got all her expertise knowledge…she must have a BS in something…it definitely was not in public relations.

  5. Timothy Cardillo

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    Words can not do justice to the experience . The canyon is like a painting that changes throughout the day as colors change while the sun sets. The Canyon Rim walk at sunset is spectacular. My daughters did the South Kiabab trail with guide Dylan from Grand Canyon Hostile in Flagstaff (highly recommended) . I was amazed at how many people with young children where on out cropping ledges with sheer drops to canyon floor. Please take time to educate yourselves of the environment you are visiting. Water, salty food and precautions needed to venture around and below rim will serve you well. Respect the fact that you can loose your life here very quickly. It is a must see to believe wonder.