Grand Canyon Off The Beaten Path

  • Off The Beaten Path
    by machomikemd
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by machomikemd
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by machomikemd

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Grand Canyon

  • 1. Hoover Dam/Lake Mead

    The Mike O'Callaghan – Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge which is a Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge, was started in 2005 and finished in in October 19, 2010. It was intended to be a bypass bridge to lessen the...

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  • 2. Side Trips

    As you approach/leave the East entrance to the Grand Canyon, you have an opportunity to visit the Little Colorado River Gorge. Off the highway, it is a quarter mile walk to see the gorge. My family...

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  • 3. Hikes/Trails

    I love the wildlife around the Grand Canyon. Last May I was hiking down the South Kaibab trial and a mature Desert Big Horn ram crossed in front of me. Tons of mule deer, sheep, condors, scorpions,...

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  • 4. Native Americans

    Monument Valley is part of everybody's memories. Being there it's diving in your imagination, a sort of reincarnation in a past, where only the vehicles awake you to the reality of the present....

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  • 5. Rim, North

    Visit the North Rim. Not as many people go to the North Rim as the South Rim. For the lesser crowds alone it is worth it to visit the North Rim rather than the South. But it is also worth it to go...

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  • 6. Grand Canyon Railway

    The Grand Canyon Railway was originally commissioned into service in 1901 and helped to make it's spectaculair destination famous. The railroad became an important link for people making early...

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  • 7. Colorado River

    I enjoyed this adventure thoroughly and highly recommend this to everyone. This tour begins at the bottom of Hoover Dam and goes to Williow Beach in Arizona. You will get a historical and comical view...

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  • 8. Outside the Area

    After we left the Grand Canyon National Park, our next destination was Mesa Verde. This is more than just a daytrip away from the Grand Canyon although you could probably drive there in one day.We...

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  • 9. Arizona Fridge Magnets

    yes, I'm an avid collector of refrigerator magnets too besides the shot glasses and when visiting a destination, The first thing that I would buy are the shot...

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  • 10. Arizona Shot Glasses

    Having been an avid Collector of Refrigerator Magnets and Shot Glasses, I must buy a shot glass of The State of Arizona, besides the Iconic Grand Canyon here in...

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  • 11. Underground caves and diamond creek

    We visited the Grand Canyon in 2007, unfortunately the helicopters were grounded. We took Route 66 towards The Hoover Dam & stayed overnight in a real old motel...

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  • 12. Don't do the cowboy ranch

    At the ranch they give a corny re-enactment of a shoot out, show you a buffalo, do a cattle drive, give a wagon ride, and allow you to ride the horses. It...

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  • 13. Indian dances on the West Rim

    At the same point of the skywalk is an area where the Indians dress up in local garb and perform a number of tribal dances. You can take pictures of them and...

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  • 14. Sky Walk

    A lot of people looked down and were really scared. I am from NY so it was nothing to me really. I am used to high heights. Be prepared and brace yourself, if...

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  • 15. Hopi Triangulation Station Marker

    The USGS has a triangulation station near Hopi Point. You mission: to find it! I put this picture here for the techies among us.Have not had time to search for...

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  • 16. Cheap Internet

    If you are looking to e-mail your friends, or to feed your addiction to VT, skip the expensive internet access stations located at the hotels.You can get...

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  • 17. View from the South Rim

    The south rim is one of the first points where you get to see the full effect of the beauty of the grand canyon! It was Yaki Point, then we went over to the El...

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  • 18. Desert view area

    This tower is at the Desert view area. Many people think this tower is an indian ruin but it was designed by Mary Colter in 1930 for the Fred Harvey Company!

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