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Grand Canyon

Early pioneers left their mark on caves, trees, and cliff walls for many years before it became illegal to claim a space with your name! Some of the early marking were made by a European sheepherding culture, the Basque.
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Winter time is a great time to visit Grand Canyon and Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend.
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You ever wonder why some of the best and most sought out national parks and monuments such as the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Canyon De Chelly and Zion are so close together?
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When choosing the perfect Grand Canyon hike, it really depends on what you want out of your day.
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Making your way from one end to the other you will notice viewpoints that allow to take in the vast geological phenomenon one can find in Northern Arizona.
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Looking out at one of the many overlooks at the Grand Canyon, you’ll see just how vast and huge this National Park really is.
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Clinton Hart Marriam was born in New York City and was an American zoologist, mammalogist, ornithologist, entomologist, ethnographer,and naturalist.
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An amazing feature about our tours is that you never quite know what you’ll see or find trailing along the paths of the Grand Canyon.
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Three places in where timing is key for picture perfect photots are teh Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, and Horseshoe Bend.
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Of the many animals that can be spotted at the Grand Canyon, the one you would most likely see swooping over your head is the Raven.
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