Grand Canyon News You May Have Missed Week of February 17th 2014

Grand Canyon Gets a Double Dose of Rainbows
A double rainbow appears along the south rim of the Grand Canyon in this breathtaking panorama captured at Pima Point along Hermit Road.

Source: Mother Nature Network
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Photo: Michael Quinn/National Park Service

Grand Canyon Celebrates Seven Successful Years
The Skywalk glass bridge – owned and operated by the Grand Canyon West Corporation’s Hualapai Tribe – has attracted thousands of new and repeat visitors to the west rim of the Grand Canyon near Las Vegas since it opened to international fanfare on 28th March, 2007.

Source: Incentive Travel & Corporate Meetins
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Arts for our Park exhibit opens Feb. 25
The 11th annual juried Arts for our Park student exhibit will be on display at Park Headquarters from Feb. 24 to March 15.

Source: Grand Canyon News
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Grand Canyon Brewing Co. Releases Shaggy Bock Bomber
The Grand Canyon Brewing Company just released their winter seasonal, Shaggy Bock Bomber and it’s smoky malt flavor will have you dreaming of camping trips, mountain climbing and white water rafting down the Grand Canyon trails.

Source: Brewbound
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Grand Canyon National Park to Celebrate Black History Month with Author Audrey Peterman
Author and conservation activist Audrey Peterman will be at the Grand Canyon National Park for a special evening program on March 3 in honor of Black History Month.

Source: Grand Canyon News
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Rafting, Hiking Grand Canyon in Winter Had high, Low Points
Before I write my stories about winter adventuring in the Grand Canyon, I have to decide which I enjoyed more, the view up from the river or the view down from the rim!

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Source: Spokesman
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