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Apache Stables
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: (Horseback Riding) Apache Stables is 1 mi. n. of Tusayan off SR 64, then .25 mi. w. on FR 328/Moqui Dr. Guided tours are ...Read More
Horse Farms & Riding Stables; Recreation-Summer Activities; Sightseeing Tours
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Bright Angel Bicycles
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: (Bicycling) Bright Angel Bicycles is next door to the Grand Canyon Visitor Center. Tours and rentals are offered. Guided to...Read More
Recreation-Summer Activities
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Bright Angel Trail
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: Bright Angel Trail starts just w. of Bright Angel Lodge & Cabins. Descending 4,460 feet to the Colorado River, the trail lea...Read More
Nature Trails; Trails-Summer Recreation; Views
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Desert View Watchtower
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: Desert View Watchtower is 25 mi. e. of Grand Canyon Village at Desert View. Built in 1932, the 70-ft. tower built of stone a...Read More
Towers; Views
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Grand Canyon Visitor Center
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: Grand Canyon Visitor Center is 5 mi. n. of the South Entrance Station near Mather Point. The center can be reached via a fre...Read More
Exhibits & Collections-General; Visitor Centers
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Kolb Studio
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: Kolb Studio, just w. of Bright Angel Lodge & Cabins, was built as a photography studio in 1904 for brothers Ellsworth and Em...Read More
Art Galleries & Museums; Exhibits & Collections-Art
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Lipan Point
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: Lipan Point, along Desert View Dr., has an elevation of 7,360 feet and offers a fine view of the river, the Unkar Delta and ...Read More
Views
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Marble Canyon
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: Marble Canyon, at the n.e. end of the park, is traversed by US 89A via the Navajo Bridge, which is 616 feet long and 467 fee...Read More
Canyons; Views
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North Kaibab Trail
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: North Kaibab Trail starts at the head of Roaring Springs Canyon. This 14.2-mile trail descends 5,850 feet to the river and P...Read More
Trails-Summer Recreation
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North Rim Mule Rides
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: North Rim Mule Rides depart from a point near the trailhead of the North Kaibab Trail. Offered through Grand Canyon Trail Ri...Read More
Sightseeing Tours
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Phantom Ranch
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: Phantom Ranch, at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, is reached by hiking or mule ride. The only lodging available below the ri...Read More
Ranches
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Rim Trail
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: Rim Trail extends 13 mi. along the rim of the canyon from Hermits Rest to South Kaibab Trailhead (near Yaki Point). A paved ...Read More
Nature Trails; Trails-Summer Recreation
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Rivers & Oceans
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: (White-water Rafting) Rivers & Oceans is on the Colorado River. Guided tours are
Sightseeing Tours-Rafting & Canoeing
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South Kaibab Trail
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: South Kaibab Trail begins near Yaki Point, 3.5 mi. e. of Grand Canyon Village. This is a steep, 7-mile trail to a Colorado R...Read More
Trails-Summer Recreation; Views
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South Rim Mule Trips
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: South Rim Mule Trips depart from a point near the trailhead of the Bright Angel Trail. Offered through Grand Canyon National...Read More
Sightseeing Tours
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Tusayan Ruin and Museum
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: Tusayan Ruin and Museum is 22 mi. e. of Grand Canyon Village on a short spur leading off Desert View Dr. The ruin is a U-sha...Read More
Exhibits & Collections-Native American; Museums; Native American Mounds, Remains & Ruins; Ruins
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Tuweep Area
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: Tuweep Area is in the n.w. corner, via SR 389 and a 60-mile dirt road west of Fredonia. Also known as Toroweap, the remote a...Read More
Wilderness Areas
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Yavapai Geology Museum
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Editor Notes: Yavapai Geology Museum, 1.5 mi. e. of Grand Canyon Village, offers exhibits and programs that explain the geologic history o...Read More
Exhibits & Collections-Historical; Museums; Views
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