Cape Royal Drive found in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona going one way for twenty-three miles into the eastern portion of the canyon. It is a paved road through the canyon that is just one of the millions of ways to travel through the wilderness and deeper into the beauty.
There are amazing overlooks along the way. The views are amazing from all angles. To the right there is a prehistoric pueblo and to the left overlooks. The Desert View Watchtower can be seen across from the Canyon Royal Point. There is a shuttle known as Trans Canyon Shuttle that goes between the two rims daily. There is a hotel in the boundaries of the park. Grand Canyon Lodge is nearly on the canyon's rim.
Cape Royal Drive can be used to get to the beginning of the Cape Royal Trail. Visitors are encouraged to take ample supplies for the day when attempting to hike or drive through the Grand Canyon National Park since there are very few stops along the way. The visitor centers at the park can provide visitors with additional information about the park and the activities available in the park.
The Cape Royal Drive is an amazingly beautiful route to take if you're in the Grand Canyon.
Read about other Grand Canyon Village tourist attractions:
- Maricopa Point - Grand Canyon National Park, AZ - a daring view of the Grand Canyon
- Pima Point - Grand Canyon National Park, AZ - a spectacular view of the Grand Canyon's natural wonders
- Hermit Trail - Grand Canyon National Park - AZ - a trail abandoned during 1931
- Cape Royal Trail - Grand Canyon National Park, AZ - the trail leading into the canyon from the Cape Royal Drive
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