Grand Canyon News Week of Oct 29, 2018

Scientists have found a part of the Grand Canyon in Australia, and it could provide answers about how Earth was formed
A paper recently published in the journal Geology indicates that “unusual” rocks in Tasmania may actually be part of the Grand Canyon.

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Grand Canyon National Park returns to Level 1 water conservation; limited water on trails due to seasonal shut-off
Following a series of breaks in the Transcanyon Waterline earlier this month, Grand Canyon National Park now has enough water in storage to scale back to Level 1 basic water conservation measures.

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Grand Canyon gap: AZ national parks need $531M to fix roads, buildings
Arizona’s national parks are feeling their age and need a $531 million makeover on hundreds of roads and buildings that serve millions of annual visitors, park officials said

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Riding the Polar Express train is an Arizona family tradition
Do your kids watch Christmas shows on TV and wonder what that snow-covered, frosty experience is all about?

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The Wildest Ways to Tour the Grand Canyon From Vegas
A lot of people visit Las Vegas to win big at slot machines, hook up, and check out the Grand Canyon — all things that are easier said than done.

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