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Grand Canyon Travel Guides

The Geology That Makes Sedona Beautiful Part 2 of 3

We can thank weather and the earth’s natural cycles for all of it. Geologically speaking, Sedona is a gold mine

The Geology That Makes Sedona Beautiful Part 1 of 3

Nestled in the heart of Arizona is the small desert town of Sedona. It is well known for its beautiful landscape, iconic red cliffs, and desert juniper forests.

Horseshoe Bend Geology

Before you have the chance to see the iconic view of Horseshoe Bend just South of Page, Arizona, your first challenge is to make your way up a mildly steep...

The Skywalk at Eagle Point

As a top rated tour company in the heart of Northern Arizona, we often get questions about the popular Skywalk bridge on the Grand Canyon’s West Rim.

Our Grand Canyon Spring Break FAQ

If you are thinking about a Grand Canyon Spring Break trip, then take a look at the questions and answers below.

Upper vs Lower Antelope Canyon

Both canyons are located in Page Arizona, both offer spectacular views of twisting, swirling canyon walls, and both are comparatively priced.

Perfect Length Day Trip: Flagstaff to Sedona

The City of Sedona and its famous red rocks, spiritual vortexes, and bustling uptown are 30 miles south of Flagstaff.

Airbnb in Flagstaff? New 2017 Deregulation Means Low-Cost Lodging

While Grand Canyon Adventures doesn’t pick up at Airbnbs, they can still be a great money saver.

Plan Your Grand Canyon Christmas

Fresh white snow often dusts the rim of the canyon but only reaches a few hundred into the interior which stays warm year round.
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