Grand Canyon News You May Have Missed Week of March 10th 2014

Google Maps: Street View Camera Crew Goes Down Colorado
The Google Maps Street View team went down the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon.

Google Cameras Raft Down Grand Canyon

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Grand Canyon too much for one day of hiking
Ruthie and I decide whether to hike farther down on Bright Angel Trail.

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Grand Canyon Pink Jeep Tours
Work outdoors guiding in the beautiful Grand Canyon sharing the areas cultural and natural history!

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Grand Canyon Enjoyed Highest Increase in Visitors in 2013
Even though the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina and Tennessee was the most visited U.S. national park in 2013, with 9.3 million visits, the Grand Canyon National Park had the highest increase in visitors from the previous year.

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Tusayan’s Red Feather Lodge breaks ground on housing project
The future accommodations, two town homes and a dormitory, will house around 30 employees and will cost around $3.5 to $3.8 million to build.

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Government shutdown costs Grand Canyon $17 million
Arizona saw a $27 million drop in spending at its national parks during October’s partial federal government shutdown, with $17 million in losses at Grand Canyon National Park alone, according to a new report.

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