|Facilities: Facilities for the Bright Angel Point Trail are located at the visitor center at the north rim.|
Best Time To Visit: The North Rim rises a thousand feet higher than the South Rim, and is much less accessible. Heavy snows close the road to the North Rim from late October to mid May of each year. Bright Angel Point Trail is available May - October, weather permitting.
Fees: An entrance fee will be collected to enter the Grand Canyon National Park. There are no additional fees to use the trail.
Accessibility: The trail is accessible.
Rules: Obey all posted signs.
Directions: To reach the North Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park you will need to drive on US Highway 89A or State Route 389 to Jacob Lake, just south of the Utah border, and take Highway 67 to the North Rim. Once you are at the North Rim visitor center, the trail begins in the parking area.
Map: Click here for a map to Bright Angel Point Trail
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or accepted for Bright Angel Point Trail.