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And it is that! a lifetime experience and it is grand! Such majestic beauty is simply breathtaking. Its hard to describe what your eyes capture and it's only here and nowhere else. I can see why everyone flocks there just to capture the magic.
The Grand Canyon is one of my favorite places to go! I was not going to miss out on seeing the canyon during the 100th anniversary. We took the train from Williams this trip with our teen boys.
The view was very clear today, not...More
The Grand Canyon is magical. You just need to be in the zone to be around a lot of people. We took the Williams Train in and out, next time we will take it in, and stay over night and then take the train out.
We took the scenic route from Phoenix via Sedona, Oak Creek, Flagstaff. There is such diverse scenery from desert to red rocks to snowy peaks to the stunning canyon. Fee was $35 per car for a day pass. We arrived at 11 am on a...More
that this place gives you. The wild life (mule deer, elk), the magic nature of the canyon, the well maintained trails- they all combine to make you want to stay there for every.
For those who haven't visited we would recommend you look at staying...More
Hi Keith, if you want to see the Grand Canyons, and you want to drive there, you will need to either go the South Rim or if you are willing to pay around $80 per person, you can go to the West rim which is run by the... More
Hi Keith, if you want to see the Grand Canyons, and you want to drive there, you will need to either go the South Rim or if you are willing to pay around $80 per person, you can go to the West rim which is run by the Hualapai Tribe. Check there website by putting the keywords Grand Canyon West because I am not supposed to put the link here. Also, check my review under Grand Canyon National Park for more info if you'd like.