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Updated Feb 24, 2020 Ever wondered why mules are used for trips down to the Grand Canyon and not horses? Ever since we embarked on that much anticipated and recommended Grand Canyon mule tour that took us deep into the Canyon depths, we’ve seen the Mule in a different light. Thousands of years ago, in […]
Updated Feb 24, 2020 A room with a view. A view to die for. A bird’s eye view. Different point-of-view. For your viewing pleasure – That’s a lot of views up there. But which one is the best? How about combining them all into one?
Updated Feb 24, 2020 The Grand Canyon is just that…‘Grand’ and sometimes overwhelming in its magnitude. Looking for some local perspective on how to make the most of your short visit to the Grand Canyon?
Updated Feb 24, 2020 A world heritage site. One of the unofficial wonders of the world. Top five in the must-see-places-before-you-die list. Yes, we are talking about the Grand Canyon.
Each year, more than 5 million people visit the Grand Canyon which consists of the South Rim and the North Rim. Most people see this majestic wonder from its South Rim.
Updated Feb 24, 2020 Live vicariously through these visual masterpieces & explore the canyon from the comfort of your living room.
The Grand Canyon features a diverse and majestic geological extravaganza. It stretches for 277 miles, measures from four to 18 miles in width, and averages a mile in depth.
Updated Feb 24, 2020 Tips for Visiting the Grand Canyon The Visiting Center is where your Grand Canyon adventure begins – both on and offline. We’re here to equip guests with all the information they need to enhance their experience and get the very most out of their time at this famous landmark. The Grand […]
Updated Feb 24, 2020 Words can’t do the Grand Canyon justice, and even the most seasoned of Grand Canyon visitors haven’t taken in all this amazing national park has to offer. The iconic view found at the South Rim overlook is just the tip of the iceberg, and the deepest secrets of the Grand Canyon […]
Updated Feb 24, 2020 Some people walk a thin line 1,500 feet above the Grand Canyon, others swing 1,300 feet above the Colorado River on the Grand Canyon Swing. They all have one thing in common: they are thrill-seekers by nature.
Updated Feb 24, 2020 Visitors at Grand Canyon National Park will soon be able to take a shuttle between the park and the nearby community of Tusayan. The National Park Service says the shuttle bus service will start runs on the route on March 1, 2020. Attracting over 5 million visitors a year, the Grand […]
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