When people talk about the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, they automatically imagine the South Rim image. In fact, many people do not realize that there are actually more than two parts to the Grand Canyon National Park. The first and the famous one is Grand Canyon South Rim and the next is Grand Canyon North Rim. They are both taken place in Grand Canyon that make you have questions about what the differences are and what are the situations look like. In order to answer your curious feeling, we make it into comparison in 2 main paragraphs and 1 conclusion. Enjoy!
Grand Canyon South Rim
Grand Canyon South Rim is one of the most famous National Park in the world. This are is full of attractions in the American Southwest, the area offers breathtaking views over the Colorado River and the chance to immerse yourself in Native American Culture. This is the main side of Grand Canyon which is located in the south rim, averages 7000 feet above sea level, and around the area of Navajo Point, Hermit road, and Abyss. The Grand Canyon South Rim is home to the Bright Angel Trail, Rim Trail, and South Kaibab Trailóall of which offer the most dazzling views of the canyon. Keep your eyes open for one of the regal California condors, which have recently returned to the area. The South Rim does not have any helicopter tours that land on the Canyon, you can only reach it by trails. South Rim has deser, canyons, and trees surrounding the area, and there are no exorbitant fees to be charged for visitors who will enjoy their trip in the National Park. The information on the GradCanyon.com website said it is almost 99 percent of those who have already visited recommend South Rim for first-time visitors. This is because the South Rim offers a wide viewing area, visitors can see beautiful, large and colorful iconic images that will make your journey the most exciting and worthwhile. Grand Canyon South Rim offers several facilities including beautiful accommodation, top rated hotels, souvenir shops, restaurants, etc.
Grand Canyon North Rim
Grand Canyon North Rim is suitable for you who want to take an adventure and hiking experience. It offers an exciting, thrilling hiking experience, stunning photography and stunning surroundings. North Rim also has some unique amenities like cabin and cabin hunts, but you need to book early if you are planning a trip to the Grand Canyon. Other about North Rim explain that The North Rim is best visited by couples and outdoors-minded families who seeking a quiet and peace getaway. Hikers, photographers and nature enthusiasts will probably love the North Rim. Visitors are usually traveling in the fall season, particularly late September. You should seriously consider at least a brief visit to the North Rim to experience the spectacular fall colors of the Kaibab National Forest. Because of its high altitude (8,000’), Grand Canyon North Rim is not recommended for those who had cardiac or respiratory ailments. It is also not recommended for families who traveling with younger children, especially those who need a lot of sensory stimulation because most of the rooms in the area don’t have television access.
|Grand Canyon South Rim||Grand Canyon North Rim|
|- Grand Canyon South Rim is one of the most famous National Park in the world.||- Grand Canyon North Rim is suitable for you who want to take an adventure and hiking experience|
|- Tarea offers breathtaking views||- Thrilling hiking experience, stunning photography and stunning surroundings|
|- Grand Canyon South Rim offers several facilities including beautiful accommodation, top rated hotels, souvenir shops, restaurants, etc||- Grand Canyon North Rim is not recommended for those who had cardiac or respiratory ailments|
The North Rim is less crowded because there are fewer accomodations and the South Rim certainly has the most iconic views and lots and lots to do. The North Rim is higher and wetter than the South Rim. The North Rim is more forested than the South Rim. The South Rim is miles closer to the inner gorge of the Grand Canyon. There is more to do at the South Rim. The majority of Grand Canyon photographs that you have seen are taken from the South Rim. We are really sorry knowing that we don’t have a preference between the two. I would suggest that you try to see both of the rims.