How hard is it to hike into the Grand Canyon?
Visitors to the Grand Canyon should take into consideration their physical health and durability when planning activities at the Grand Canyon. Hikes vary in difficulty and may be unsuitable for seniors or those with health conditions. Due to high temperatures in the summer, Globerouter recommends to stay hydrated, wear a hat, bring sunscreen, and limit the duration of hikes. In the winter, snow may affect accessibility to trails. Visitors planning a trip to Grand Canyon should be prepared for changing weather conditions year-round.