Hualapai Nation allows camping permits for river runners

Grand Canyon News Week of Jun 11, 2018

Broken pipe curbs water usage for Grand Canyon’s North Rim
The Grand Canyon’s North Rim will be following new water restrictions because of a malfunctioning pump.

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Rangers reminding visitors to hike smart at Grand Canyon this summer
The National Park Service wants hikers to be prepared when they head out to the Grand Canyon during the hot summer months.

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Grand Canyon Cafe closes; looking for new owners
Sometimes no matter how hard you wish, no matter how much money and elbow grease you put into something, it just isn’t meant to be.

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Stubbornly steadfast: Mules have kept the Grand Canyon moving since the 1880s
Thousands of years ago, in what’s now Turkey, someone bred a horse with a donkey. The mule was born, and the sturdy hybrids soon were put to work across the globe.

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Hiking to Havasupai: The Oasis at the Bottom of the Grand Canyon
One of the most popular and under-the-radar hiking adventures you can have in the American Southwest is a trip to the bottom of the Grand Canyon to a beautiful oasis called Havasupai.

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Hualapai Nation allows camping permits for river runners
On June 1, the Hualapai Nation Game and Fish Department issued a public notice about camping on Hualapai land along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon.

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