Camper Village

Address: Tusayan, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Tusayan

Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by andytolley on Mar 26, 2015

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What an experience. It was enough just to have a ride in a helicopter which was fast and direct, let alone the fact we had a 45 minute guided tour over the canyon, which was incredible. The approach was lined with trees and foliage (it's still hotting up and it's a lush landscape at the moment following recent heavy snow). It took maybe five minutes of passing over forest before we saw the canyon, which ...

Day 5

A travel blog entry by chrisjsmale on Mar 19, 2015

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After another tough climb we have another break where we have awesome views of the canyon from a ledge that stuck out in the middle. It's still only 11am but around the next corner is the sun.

The next hour or so is a hot difficult climb but eventually we get to a rest stop, this one has a hut with a very small spring next to it. We have a light lunch of salami, chorizo, hummus and chips.

The next couple ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by chrisjsmale on Mar 15, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... now and get to a fork in the road, we will be turning left but carry on without our packs to Plateau Point. The views here are remarkable, we are about 2/3rds the way from the rim to the river. after some great photo ops we head back to our bags at the fork in the road and turn off the main path. We are now walking a trail that less than 0.01% of visitors will see and are now in a section that requires permits to keep the number down to very few.

We ...

Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by tan14 on Jan 07, 2015

14 photos

... views of the Canyon. It is rough, steep and exposed most of the way. At the start of the hike there was snow and ice on the path and then it went a bit muddy due to the snow melt and also as the trail is used by the mules that take people down to Phantom Ranch at the bottom of the Canyon. Wade hike down past Cedar Ridge towards Skeleton point. The weather was perfect and there were not many people on the trail at the start but on the way back ...

SPECTACULAR GRAND CANYON

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jan 06, 2015

1 comment, 45 photos

... Why don’t you put your money where your mouth is?' and approach one of the railroads and make some changes... really that was the answer... he approached some of the railroads... no one ...