Jan 17, 2019• by AnaC3
A Day at the Grand Canyon- South Rim
The Grand Canyon had been on my bucket list for years and it did not disappoint!
Las Vegas to Hoover Dam- stopped for short tour and sightseeingBacktracked to have lunch in historic Boulder...
Jul 1, 2021• by wasatch
The North Rim of the Grand Canyon
The advantages of the North Rim are:
- 1: it is much less crowded, and
- 2: its altitude is 1,000 ft. higher than the more popular South Rim, which is to say that the canyon when seen from the...
May 28, 2021• by caitkontalis
Things to Know Before Your First Visit to the Grand Canyon – North Rim
If you're visiting Zion National Park in Utah, consider making the 2.5-hour drive to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
The North Rim only receives 10% of Grand Canyon National Park's annual...
Apr 8, 2021• by winedownwithpourchoices
Visiting the Grand Canyon
We arrived at the Grand Canyon in March of 2020 as the Pandemic was hitting. The park was still open but limited access to services. We were able to maneuver around without any problem as crowds were...
Oct 22, 2020• by hintonthetrail
Best of the Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon has been on our bucket list for years! We finally made it a reality and at the right time too as the November weather in Arizona was just perfect for outdoor activities… mostly...
Aug 16, 2020• by wasatch
Best Grand Canyon Lunch
The North Rim of the Grand Canyon is 1,000 ft higher than the more popular South Rim. The road in to the North Rim is closed by stow from roughly mid October to May. The North Rim Lodge, a...
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