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.

In the words of Ron Swanson, "Crying is only acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon." This might be the most beautiful place in the whole world. Certainly not a hike, but trails are very well maintained and surprisingly not that crowded once you start getting away from Mather Point. Go any time of the year for different views and be sure to stay for sunset.

Super easy, but definitely breathtaking. Also fun to scare tourists!

hiking
10 days ago

Nice stroll with amazing views. The best I have seen on the north rim. Great for all fitness levels.

hiking
11 days ago

Easy trail with amazing views. Definitely worth the drive.

Perfect trail for anyone. Did most of it twice in one day. Started early and other than bus driver, I saw no other humans out there for the whole trip. Went back about 8am to get the family. Definitely more people out there after 8 am but still enjoyable. Can hike (more of a walk) entire route, or on/off bus as you please. Restrooms at Hopi Point & Hermit’s Rest stops. Bus drivers are friendly and knowledgeable. Must do in my book!

hiking
15 days ago

Very easy trail. The overlook from the top of Angel's Window was one of my favorites in the park.

hiking
16 days ago

It is absolutely worth it. The scenery is surreal and breathtaking.

Completed this in May; definitely harder than expected but a great challenge

It's a heavily trafficked trail, but if you hike it, you'll understand why. The views are just insane.

hiking
rocky
27 days ago

The views are surreal. I would like to prepare to backpack into the canyon in a year.. it would be a 2-3 day trip. I am not physically ready for that yet but I want to come back and go down to the river.

Beautiful drive with lots of spots to stop and take pictures along the way. Be prepared for crowds though at almost all of the stops.

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful! Paved and picturesque the whole way!

Paved trail along the south rim of the Grand Canyon. The entire trail has beautiful, picturesque views of the canyon. There are many spots to sit and relax, take pictures, etc. It can be very cool and windy, especially in the morning. I recommend getting an early start if you want to get out and enjoy the Grand Canyon views before it gets crowded. After about 11:00, this trail became extremely crowded but we started hiking around 8:30-9:00 and had most of the trail to ourselves.

C’mon, it’s the king of beautiful views in the continental US. Easy walking with the most picturesque scene.

hiking
1 month ago

Really bummed Cape Royal road is closed at the Y junction. Go to point imperial instead.

hiking
1 month ago

Grand Canyon is a wonder of the world totally worth it but be prepared, tourist galore.

My husband and I loved this trail, we took our two dogs along as well. This trail has lots of spectacular views. Overall, this is a pretty easy hike.

First stop from the east entrance. The tower provides a great view and information about indigenous people. There are bathrooms, gift shop and ice cream right off the parking lot. However it can be quite crowded. If you’re looking for something more secluded pop in for a quick climb up the tower and move onto a less visited area of the canyon.

fabulous views

I've had the pleasure of doing this walk multiple times. It's very easy, well marked and maintained. Just don't be naive and get up close to the rim with your selfie stick, many people have died at the Grand Canyon. There are multiple signs informing you of certain things, whether it's geology, human history, wildlife or flowers!

It was a great walk. Great for kids and dogs. It had an amazing amount of history along the trail which made it very interactive.

walking
2 months ago

Really a walk and not a hike. All trails are 5 star in the GC. Every view is seemingly diverse with something new around each bend of the trail. The Geology Museum at Yavapai Point is amazing. There were so many elk along the trail as well that made it interesting. Our walk on May 9th was just after a sizable snow, which added to the mystique with the Canyon blanked out. Later in the day the Canyon views opened up. A most magical place!!

walking
2 months ago

If you only have a hour or three... this is well worth the walk. It is easy for all abilities, paved, sort of flat, and has a free bus if you get tired and want a ride back to the car. From Bright Angel to Kaibab is 5 miles (10 if round trip).

hiking
2 months ago

Beautiful way to see the Grand Canyon. It's an easy stroll and fun to hop off the path and stand at the edge of the canyon. Perfect way to spend an hour or two.

Spectacular!! The vastness cannot be captured in a photo!! Out of this world beautiful! You forget how long you've been hiking!

Beautiful views all the way. Take shuttle to go back. Bring water and sun protection, grand canyon is very hot

Beautiful views and well maintained! Has handicap accessible portions along the way and is fairly level throughout. Well worth the hike!

Great out of canyon experience! See the whole south rim from above and get in some good mileage. 14 miles from Hermits Rest to South Kaibob Trailhead. Took us 6 hrs with numerous stops to soak in the scenes and stay fueled. Note: Not all of the trail is paved. There are places very close to the edge and some rough ground if you are not wearing good hiking shoes. The bike trail, which is paved, follows along side and could be walked most of the way but you’ll miss the chance at some gorgeous scenery and playing dodge the deer and elk dropping’s game!

hiking
2 months ago

Super easy. Accessible. Lots of great places to feel like you’re falling off the cliff

Nice easy paved rail with many gorgeous views. Great for family members that do not like heitghts, as they could stay back and still see much of the canyon. :-)

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