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Amazing scenery, a thriving arts scene, Native American culture, and mystical forces make Sedona and Flagstaff much more than just stopping off points on the way to the Grand Canyon. Day 1: ...
The Grand Canyon needs no introduction: considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world, it ranks highly on just about every traveler’s wish list. And with a range of different tour ...
There are plenty of different ways you can experience the grandeur of the Grand Canyon from Phoenix. Take your pick of Grand Canyon tour options starting in Phoenix and find out why Arizona is ...
If the scenery looks familiar in picture-perfect Sedona, it's probably because you've seen it on the silver screen. With spindly towers, grand buttes and flat-topped mesas, it's easy to understand ...
The Grand Canyon
is appealing year-round, but the main benefit of visiting during the
autumn season is that summer crowds have started to dwindle—and the
wettest month of the year (August) has ...
Written by Jessica F, March 2013
While visitors don’t need a permit to day hike the Grand Canyon, a backcountry permit is required for those doing overnight hiking and overnight camping at rim sites other than developed campgrounds ...
Although people tend to think of the Grand Canyon
as a single location, it’s actually divided into North and South, with
slightly different hikes, weather, and experiences to offer. About 20 ...
Unlike the famous South Rim and atmospheric North Rim , Grand Canyon West is not part of the Grand Canyon National Park —in
fact, it’s five hours away and is owned and operated by the ...
If you have several days in which to explore the Grand Canyon
and you’re not sure how to divide your time, the best thing to do is to
pick your ideal outdoor activity and plan around that ...
Written by Viator, August 2010
Arizona is home to several North American indigenous communities. Most of them are Navajo, and a visit to Arizona is a great chance to learn more about them. Take a driving tour through the ...
While the Grand Canyon in Arizona is a worthwhile attraction for hikers, photographers and those who want to experience a stunning and rare landscape, it’s also a destination rich in Native American ...
When people think of Arizona ,
most of the images that come to mind are full of desert sand, cacti,
and open spaces; while there are some highly photographic landscapes of
this sort (especially ...
There are many reasons why a Grand Canyon
visitor might choose to ride a mule down the trails. The altitude is
7,000 ft (2,100 m) above sea level, making overly strenuous climbs even
more of a ...
One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon is one of the few sites on the planet that has the right to be called awe-inspiring. Each year, almost 5 million people visit the ...
If you haven’t yet visited the Grand Canyon in Arizona, or if you’re planning on visiting again, don’t count out the winter months! There are many benefits, such as fewer people, reduced prices, and ...
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