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Mohave Point is located on Hermits Road, at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
You can walk, bicycle, or take a free shuttle bus from the Grand Canyon Village from March through November from 4:00 AM. The last return bus leaves half an hour after sunset.
In winter, the road is open for private vehicles.
The South Rim of the Grand Canyon is well known for its incredible views — and Mohave Point is no exception. See the Colorado River running deep below from the famous viewpoint and imagine how it has carved its way for millions of years.
Discover the 5,774-foot Alligator and the 6,012-foot Tower of Set. Arrive at sunset and admire the Salt Creek, Hermit, and Granite rapids. Learn how and why the Grand Canyon's sights got their names.
Arriving early in the morning will help you to avoid crowds on the shuttles on Hermits Road. Mohave Point is also a great place to watch sunrise or sunset.
Mohave Point is open 24 hours a day, all year long.
Mohave Point is accessible to everyone, and no booking is required. The only fee you need to pay is for admission to the Grand Canyon National Park. A vehicle permit costs $35, a motorcycle permit is $30, and individuals can enter the park for $20.