Prescribed Burning to Take Place at Grand Canyon National Park’s North Rim

Grand Canyon News Week of Oct 3rd 2016

Behind the Scenes of Jim Walmsley’s Record-Setting Grand Canyon Run
This past Tuesday, Walmsley shattered Rob Krar’s record for the double-crossing of the Grand Canyon—or, as it’s called, Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim.

Source:  www.outsideonline.com
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Inside the Grand Canyon’s secret underground hotel room
The Grand Canyon, Arizona’s magnificent yawning chasm, tops many a traveller’s wishlist – but few people realise you can venture deep underground at the attraction and spend the night in a subterranean bolthole.

Source:  www.telegraph.co.uk
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Grand Canyon Escalade Stirs Up International Opposition
The Grand Canyon Escalade project, which has been in the works for several years, has seen opposition on an international level as the first committee hearing for the bill is set to take place next week.

Source:  www.lakepowelllife.com
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Prescribed fire planned at Grand Canyon Parashant National Monument
Parashant National Monument fire managers are planning to conduct prescribed burning, if weather and fuel conditions allow, on 140-acres just west of Yellow John Mountain.

Source:  www.stgergeutah.com
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Grand Canyon National Park Sets Dates For North Rim Shutdown
Grand Canyon National Park will begin its winter shutdown of most visitors at the North Rim in mid-October.

Source:  www.knau.org
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