Grand View Point Trail is a 1.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Moab, Utah that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
Directions from Island in the Sky Visitor Center: Drive 6.25 miles southward on the Main Island Road. At the junction of Upheaval Dome/Grand View Roads bear left toward Grand View Point. Continue traveling six miles, past White Rim Overlook, to the Grand View Trailhead.
Intermediate hike with very amazing views on both canyons
Pretty awesome views rivaling the Grand Canyon, although not quite so good in my humble hiker opinion. Still, well worth the short jaunt to the end and even more amazing views. This whole park is truly unbelievable.
Breathtaking views . Some spots on the way to the second overlook are not for people who are afraid of heights. The second overlook was much better than the first one.
The hike is fine and the views are unbelievable. The problem is: the best views are from the trailhead/parking lot. Throughout the course of the hike, you continue to see the same views, but the vista doesn't get any better. I liked the trail and it's worth walking as it's pretty well defined. However, there's no reward for your effort. I can't give this trail more than 3 stars.
That said, you should go for the view and the exercise.
spectacular views and hike along the rim