A trip to the Grand Canyon – ￼ Once inside the park, parents of young children may want to start with the Rim Trail, which is paved and passes many impressive lookout points. Note that there’s no water on the trail, but you can fill up your bottles ahead of time in the Grand Canyon Village. The Rim Trail can also be traversed by bike and there are shuttle bus stops along the way to give hikers lots of flexibility — if kids are melting down, you can hop a bus back to the parking area. David Brodosi
1-2 days tends to be sufficient for most families to experience the Grand Canyon. If you’re more of a hiker, then 2-3, but again that’s tops. I’m in the travel industry and I’ll put it this way: 85% of people who book 3 days or more at the canyon end up cancelling after 2 ’cause they discover that there’s only so much of the Grand Canyon that us “ordinary mortals” can see and do. You definitely can and should try to add some other destinations to your itinerary. Depending on where you fly into to start your trip, many wonderful and memorable itineraries can be made.
Cheers, David Brodosi
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