grand canyon tourism 2018

Grand Canyon News Week of Dec 11th 2017

National Parks cut free admission days to Grand Canyon, other parks
If you’re planning a Grand Canyon trip in 2018 and want to do it on a budget, you might have fewer opportunities than you had in 2017.

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grand canyonNational Park Service plan to kill bison in Grand Canyon unneeded
The National Park Service, with a shameful record of allowing the killing of bison that migrate outside of Yellowstone National Park and onto adjacent federal lands, is now planning on opening up a second front against these great and lumbering beasts, the biggest mammals in North America.

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Astronaut posts awe-inspiring photos of the Grand Canyon
Striking images of the Grand Canyon, shot by NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik, appeared on social media yesterday, and they’re an eyeful.

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Watch an ocean of dreamy clouds roll through the Grand Canyon
When visiting the Grand Canyon, there’s a sense of awe and wonder at its natural beauty. Nothing could improve on that, could it?

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Burns continue on North Rim
Fire managers will take advantage of continued warm, dry weather conditions over the next several weeks and may initiate additional prescribed fires on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.

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No flipping way! Man jumps off huge waterfall in the Grand
After hiking ten miles to get to the top of the highest ledge of Havasupai Falls in the Grand Canyon, the daredevil threw himself off the 100ft cliff into the waters below.

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TECH NEWS: Cellphone addiction
If you stop and look around, you’ll likely see people walking around basically in a trance.

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