So I want to visit both the Grand Canyon, and Meteor Crater in Arizona.
Having little to no idea about getting around in Arizona, I'm assuming there are three acceptable options:
Drive - I picked the Skywalk as a random point and asked Google for directions to Winslow - it suggests 5.5 hours - is this fair?
Train - Amtrak goes through Winslow - but does it go anywhere near the Grand Canyon that is convenient and useful?
Bus - again, I'm not sure that this is useful - time schedules and so on.
So assuming driving is the more sensible option, and that I'd want to spend at least a full day at the Grand Canyon, and some time at the crater during daylight, are three days in the area sensible? Or would I come away feeling like I'd robbed myself? I'd like to see some more of the canyon than just the skywalk, but while I can hike for hours on the flat, slopes tend to do me in even when fit.