Like most people, I have been very limited in traveling these days. However, I am looking through photos of my past travel journeys with gratitude for all the beautiful sites that I have been privileged to enjoy. This is a view from the North rim of the Grand Canyon near Cape Royal on a trip taken in 2014.
My husband has traveled there many times and has even hiked across the entire canyon multiple times. I am a light hiker, but have done some along the Kaibab trail on the North rim, which is our favorite side. There are so many majestic views there that one trip really does not do it justice. This is truly one of the places on earth where you stand and realize how truly insignificant a person can be in the universe. It is incredible in imagining all the changes and years that it has taken to carve out such grandeur. The North rim usually closes to the public in early to mid October as they get ready for their winter season including much snowfall. The South rim is generally open year round, but you need to check the National Park website for the most current updates, especially these days. Any overnight hiking at the Grand Canyon involves applying for a permit from the park.
I always learn so much from the park rangers when we visit. The Grand Canyon is a true National Treasure.
Thank you for visiting today. ~ terre
Terre’s Blog – Women of All Seasons. (c)2021