8 best adventure destinations for spring travel

Grand Canyon News Week of Jan 7, 2019

Grand Canyon National Park celebrates centennial in 2019
The first European American who reached the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon marveled at what was before him: an astounding system of canyons, profound fissures and slender spires that seemingly tottered from their bases.

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Grand Canyon West remains open during government shutdown
Despite the ongoing federal government shutdown, Grand Canyon West remains open and fully operational for visitors wishing to experience one of the world’s most breathtaking views.

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Geology of the Grand Canyon with Geology Dude, Richard Ely, Jan. 14
Join the Geology Dude on Monday, Jan. 14 for an evening of science and geology exploring the dynamics of the Grand Canyon. All are welcome to attend the low-cost event ($5 per person) to view photos, presentations and here a talk about this natural phenomenon.

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A Guide To Running Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim Across The Grand Canyon
There’s really no set formula to run 50 miles. Training, nutrition, and a bit of luck are all important, but if I could only tell you one thing, it’s simply “mind over matter.” Put your head down, place one leg in front of the other, and pretend everything doesn’t hurt. (Then repeat until you get to the end.)

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8 best adventure destinations for spring travel
Here are MT Sobek’s picks for the best short-trip adventures of 2019:

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