Ooh Aah Point is located on the South Kabib Trail. This trail is in Grand Canyon National State Park. There is a fee to get into the park. The beginning of the trail is very steep with several switchbacks, and is shared with mules. There are no bathrooms on this trail or at the trail head.
This trail is 1.8 miles long round trip. Hikers generally take an average of one hour.
This trail is open year round. Please be sure to take care during snowy/ice times as this trail could be dangerous at those times.
This trail has an elevation gain of 600 - 700 feet.
This is an easy trail, but one should exercise caution when hiking in the winter months. The start of the trail gets icy and it's recommended to wear micro-spikes and bring trekking poles. The hike back up can be very tiring, be sure to bring plenty of water.
Dogs are not allowed on this trail.