Toroweap - Grand Canyon

Toroweap (also called Tuweep) is remote lookout point in the Grand Canyon backcountry. The view is dramatic because the cliff is nearly vertical, dropping almost straight down some 3,000 feet to the Colorado River. The viewpoint offers a dramatic view of the middle part of the Grand Canyon. Read more...

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Three dirt roads provide access to the area; they are graded occasionally and suitable for high clearance vehicles. The roads are generally good up to the national park boundary. From the boundary to the viewpoint the road is very rough and rocky.

The viewpoint is usually accessible year-round but roads may be closed at times by winter storms. There is a scenic, undeveloped camping area near the viewpoint. Water is not available and there is no camping fee. There are pit toilets. No other services are available at the lookout, or in the surrounding area.

Incredible views make the trip to Toroweap worthwhile. Just remember, you are on your own here - there are no visitor services.

 
 
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