Shared Stories From Grand Canyon National Park

When driving from park to park in the South West keep a safty cooler packed.
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Get a Park Passport. It's an inexpensive souvenir, and a good reminder of your visit. Our family loves to collect them.
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Visit Grand Canyon in the winter--no crowds and with snow dusting the chasm, it's an amazing site.
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If you want to beat the crowds for sunrise at Grand Canyon, head East. The east viewpoints of the south rim are usually less... more
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Watch out for horses, mule trains or other pack animals. Move to the side of the trail; keep quiet; and make no sudden... more
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Grand Canyon Hiking Tips. (1) Prepare in advance. Make sure you are in shape for the hike. (2) Start hiking early in the... more
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Take the extra effort to go to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. While there, be sure to hike the Widforss Trail - you won... more
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A great spot to see California Condor's in Grand Canyon NP is by the Bright Angel Lodge - we spent the day in that area just... more
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I am shocked the Discovery Channel will be filming one if the Wallenda family walking a rope over the Grand Canyon without a... more
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From Charlene in Grand Canyon National Park
While taking a history tour with a park ranger the condors started to appear - what a THRILL. There were at least 8 condors... more
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