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from The Constant Rambler

Road Trip Planner for Visiting the Grand Canyon South Rim

Planning a Grand Canyon Road Trip can be a lot of work! With this road trip guide you'll have the perfect trip planned out for a wonderful day.

These are the ingredients you need to make a miniature Grand Canyon! Just layer the sand and add water... The Scientific Mom: Gearing Up For A Grand Adventure!

Want to learn more about the Grand Canyon? Make a miniature version at home! All you need is colored sand, some sandwich bags, a container, and water! Learn sedimentation, layering, deposition, down cutting, and erosion! The Scientific Mom: Gearing Up For A Grand Adventure!

Horseshoe Bend, Colorado River absolutely GORGEOUS This bend in the Colorado River is getting plenty of attention from those looking for the Grand Canyon. It is located approximately 140 miles from both the South Rim and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon – but only 5 miles from the beginning of Grand Canyon National Park. You can experience Horseshoe Bend when traveling from Rim to Rim via Highway 89/89A by simply taking a short 18 mile excursion towards Page, Arizona.

from Odyssey

10 Arizona Adventures That Should Be On Your Bucket List This Summer

Horseshoe Bend, UT is the name for a horseshoe-shaped meander of the Colorado River located near the town of Page, Arizona, Martin Spilkin

from Foursquare

City of San Francisco

Itinerary for the ultimate -bucket list material-southwest USA road trip! This detailed one-month example plan for independent travelers passes wild landscapes and vibrant cities. It includes San Francisco, Big Sur, Yosemite, Great Basin, Zion, Bryce, Moab, Monument Valley, Grand Canyon, Red Canyon and Las Vegas. So, who's in for a road trip?

from Plum Deluxe

Weekend Getaway: All Aboard for a Grand Canyon Train Tour

Weekend Getaway: All Aboard for a Grand Canyon Train Tour I have been on the Grand Canyon Railroad two time. It is a fun way to get to the Canyon, with performers singing and playing all the way. Of course the train was robbed both times just for fun.

from Lonely Planet

The Grand Canyon: how to get the most from a short trip