Oh My God Point.

South Rim - South Kaibab Trail - Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

Oh My God Point Grand Canyon

View northwest to O'Neil Butte from a rock overhang at "Oh My God Point" on The South Kaibab Trail. The South Kaibab Trail leaves the south rim near Yaki Point and can only be accessed by bus from the visitor center or a walk-in from the South Rim Drive.


Oh My God Point Grand Canyon

View from "Oh My God Point" to The South Kaibab Trail as it switchbacks down to the saddle between Yaki Point and O'Neil Butte. The South Kaibab trail reaches The Colorado River in about seven miles walking distance and a one mile drop in elevation.


Oh My God Point Grand Canyon

Another view looking northwest down to The South Kaibab Trail. This is a fairly steep section of the trail.


Oh My God Point Grand Canyon

Close-up of previous view. "Oh My God Point is the area around the two large rocks in this image at the first swithback in the trail.


Oh My God Point Grand Canyon

Zoomed view of trail below and the repeating buttresses of redwall limestone as they step west along the south rim.


Oh My God Point Grand Canyon

This was a German couple fighting the very windy conditions while taking photos from "Oh My God Point". It's always amazing when you visit the Grand Canyon to see how many people from outside the Unites States travel to visit this National Park.


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