Senior Citizens Grand Canyon 2017

Grand Canyon News Week of July 10, 2017

The $10 Lifetime National Park Pass for Seniors Is About to Get a Lot More Expensive
For just $10, older Americans have been able to access all of the country’s national parks for the rest of their lives.

Source:  www.time.com
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Senior Citizens Grand Canyon 2017Grand Canyon National Park Plans to Bring Back River Unit
The Grand Canyon National Park is considering recreating a river unit that was dismantled 16 months ago following a report by a federal watchdog that found a longstanding pattern of sexual harassment there.

Source:  www.usanews.com
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How to Survive Running Across the Grand Canyon
There are so many ways to die. A bridge along the trail at dawn.

Source:  www.theatlantic.com
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Grand Canyon event to celebrate Latino heritage
From noon to 4 p.m. visitors at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center Plaza can chat with Spanish speaking rangers, Youth Conservation Corps and Latino heritage interns.

Source:  www.azdailysun.com
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Williams celebrates Fourth of July
Residents and visitors joined together to celebrate Independence Day, July 4.  The town was a buzz with a variety of entertainment options throughout the day.

Source:  www.williamsnews.com
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The Grand Canyon At Sunrise By Sabrina Chakici
Little text is needed with photos like these, just one individual image, in my opinion, should sway you to add this amazing place to your bucket list. For those of you tempted, here’s exactly how we were able to see

Source:  www.femalefirst.co.uk
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