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Hopi Point
Arizona

From this elevation of 6,800 feet, you can see a large section of the Colorado River; although it appears as a thin line, the river is nearly 350 feet wide below this overlook. The overlook extends farther into the canyon than any other point on Hermit Road. The unobstructed views make this a popular place to watch the sunset.(Fodor's Travel Intelligence)

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Uploaded: 28/02/2013
Updated: 04/03/2013
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Tags: arizona; grand; canyon; hopi; point; south; rim; viewpoint; trail; hike
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