Roosevelt Point Trail is a 0.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near North Rim, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Roosevelt Point Trail on Grand Canyon National Park's North Rim is a 0.2 mile short, relatively flat woodland loop trail offering spectacular views. Roosevelt Point Trail on Grand Canyon National Park's North Rim is a short, relatively flat 0.2 mi. woodland loop offering spectacular views; 20 minutes approximate round-trip hiking time. Offers benches for relaxed enjoyment of the canyon. Fires in recent years have taken out many of the trees leaving smaller brush and open areas. Good views of Tritle Peak and surrounding canyon areas.
Great view, short hike
Short easy walk to an incredible overlook.
More great views and a short walk
Named for the 26th president Teddy Roosevelt for his efforts preserving the Grand Canyon, Roosevelt Point offered us a short loop cut through some stands of dense brambles out to open areas and some great views of the Grand Canyon from the North Rim. It was evident fires had taken out many of the pines. A bench at the far edge of the loop is a great place to take in the views like Tritle Peak and the surrounding slopes. Not much of a hike, and views are much like you can get along most of the rim, but worth a stop.