Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly trails in Grand Canyon National Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
6 days ago

Having the option to hike from point to point or shuttle between some was really nice. Walking the trail gave us very little interference with crowds so we could fully appreciate the beauty of the nature around us. The shuttles helped us to see more than we would have been able to without it. Great views 24/7 no matter where you’re at on the trail.

walking
15 days ago

Great orientation trail to start the arrival to the canyon.

20 days ago

Relaxing hike, accessible for all. You can decide how much you wish to do and easily turn around when you’re done. Beautiful views of the canyon, although very crowded. To avoid the crowds, just walk for about 15 minutes. It’ll thin out with distance.

hiking
22 days ago

Easy hike along the canyon's rim with markers letting you know the history of the canyon. Went in December so it was cold and not many people, more elk than people actually. Worth doing after watching the sunrise from Mather Point.

23 days ago

Great trail to see the Grand Canyon!

walking
28 days ago

This trail is very easy and mostly flat. Bring at least 1L of water if you are walking this during the summer. There are refill points.

walking
1 month ago

Love this trail! Easy enough for my mom with a bad knee to do, while still seeing beautiful views of the canyon!

on Cape Royal Trail

hiking
1 month ago

Great views after a winding drive on pavement. Two great walkouts. It got my vertigo going, but it was worth it to push thru it.

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful

walking
1 month ago

This easy, paved train around the rim of the Grand Canyon was busy but not overwhelming. Though at times it feels like you’re fighting the crowds at Disneyland, the trail is so long, and the views are so omnipresent, that the beauty of the Canyon wins out.

2 months ago

Beautiful!

H to Kim. Remember not Jj
Tom CFC

2 months ago

Loved this trail! Very high traffic but beyond gorgeous! Many lookouts, photo opportunities, benches, and different historical stops along the way. We were lucky enough to see some elk and a javalina walking this trail! Be sure to wear sunscreen and bring water.

hiking
4 months ago

4 months ago

Amazing views! Great little spots to walk off near the trail and get some great views :)

5 months ago

Beautiful views of Grand Canyon, but very crowded.

5 months ago

amazing!

Great but definitely full of people. For a more quiet trail go to the end near where the Lodge is.

walking
6 months ago

Perfect stroll along the Canyon rim with my dog. She enjoyed all the attention she received along the way and I was able to appreciate the views.

6 months ago

If you start very early parking is easy and the trail is perfect if you’re not able to take on the steep trails. Lots to learn along the way from signage.

hiking
7 months ago

Easy “hike” for great views of the Canyon. Not very crowded and well maintained.

9 months ago

Unbelievable views that span the entire way. Such a spectacular and beautifully manicured trail!

10 months ago

So busy!

hiking
10 months ago

Best trail in the park for views.

1st time at the canyon 15 yrs ago walking around....

hiking
10 months ago

Can't get enough of the Canyon...

11 months ago

Great trail and kids friendly !

walking
Sunday, July 16, 2017

The first major viewpoint when coming into the park from the east. Worth climbing the tower to the viewing area. I've stopped here a few times when in the park. As with all the viewpoints, the canyon takes on a little different look at each. You can actually see the watchtower from the river when doing a rafting trip. Pretty awesome

Monday, July 10, 2017

awesome

Sunday, July 09, 2017

Loved it!

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