Grand Canyon National Park is famous for its layered canyon and there are a lot of people passing by the canyon in their journey somewhere. Catching just a glimpse of the South Rim is something fun and also peaceful for some people.
When talking about Grand Canyon National Park, a lot of people will be able to imagine the beauty of the South Rim. But there are some people who wish to be able to visit both North Rim and South Rim and these people will need the proper plan especially when they plan for one day trip. North Rim and South Rim of Grand Canyon have the different climate that will need to be checked by the people who wish to visit them in one go while some people may want to visit each one of them in several days of a trip to this national park with great view.
South Rim is the easiest part of Grand Canyon National Park that is visited the most. The South Rim of Grand Canyon is located for approximately 60 miles to the North of Williams, Arizona. South Rim even has an airport for the visitors to come in easily and it opens all year round. Meanwhile, the North Rim is harder to be reached and only opens from mid May to mid October when the weather is warmer. The directions of reaching Grand Canyon are actually depending on the starting point. Grand Canyon National Park can be reached from Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Southeast Nevada and Utah.