Pima Point is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Pima Point is considered one of the most scenic spots on the South Rim, where you can enjoy sunrise or sunset. It is a popular place, but not too crowded.
Bonus tip: If you plan to visit Pima Point at night, remember that the Grand Canyon's temperature can plummet quickly. Consider that when choosing your outfit.
Choosing a viewing point among many picturesque places in the Grand Canyon National Park isn't easy. Still, Pima Point is definitely one of the visitors' favorites. You can see as far as 40 miles on a clear and sunny day. Be dazzled by the wide views of the Grand Canyon. You can also spot the flat plateau Cataract Plains, Powell Plateau, Bright Angel Canyon, and Cope Butte from Pima Point.
Pima Point is one of the best places to rest and enjoy the serenity of the Grand Canyon. Moreover, this is a unique location where you can hear the roaring echo of Granite Rapids on quiet days. Stay silent, close your eyes, and meditate.
Pima Point is located at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, 1.5 miles east of Hermits Rest and 6.7 miles west of the Village Route transfer stop.
There is a free shuttle bus from the Village from March through November that operates from 4:00 AM. The last return bus leaves Hermits Rest stop half an hour after sunset.
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Pima Point is accessible to everyone, and no booking is required.