The 13-mile Rim Trail follows the Grand Canyon's rim. East of the Visitor Center, it connects to Hermit's Rest at the west end of Hermit Road.
The Bright Angel Hike is the park's most popular hike, departing from the Village, where the shuttle bus to Hermit's Rest begins.
While most visitors head to Hermit Road, the 22-mile Desert View Drive is equally as stunning.
Desert View is the first stop in the park if you enter through the Desert View Entrance.
While most visitors to the Grand Canyon do not come to see the wildlife, it is likely that you will see some while driving through the park.
A spectacular view of the Little Colorado River can be had by exiting Grand Canyon National Park via the Desert View entrance on the east side of the South Rim.
Eagle Point, on the West Rim, is about a four-hour drive from the South Rim if you've seen pictures of the glass bridge jutting out over the Grand Canyon.
Take a one-day Grand Canyon white water rafting trip from Las Vegas.