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 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 ...


A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jan 06, 2015

1 comment, 45 photos

... to open a café and serve honest, good food along the route of the railroad... in a matter of a few years, he opened several locations... and later put cars on the train designed to provide meals ...

Kolb Brothers Studio & extras

A travel blog entry by piming on Dec 25, 2014

18 photos

This entry is for some pix that I'm too lazy to blog.

It includes 1st dinner @ Williams, a railway town that prospered when Railway is the main transportation for people to see the Canyons.

It also includes the ranger led 60 min Kolb Brothers studio located at the end of Grand Canyon Village by Bright Angel trail head. Highly recommend, great tour. Better to call in to ...

Hermit Trail @ Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by piming on Dec 24, 2014

23 photos

... br> Santa Maria Spring is a beautiful resting spot, with nice wooden bench, awning, thin layer of "frozen" ice on the spring water storing unit. Felix found us a good lunch spot, overlooking the canyon, with sun. PB&J flat bread, ham, cucumber & cheese flat bread, Pringle chips, we're loving our new "making lunch" on the trail routine.

The Hermit trail is quite steep and not as well maintained as Bright Angel ...

Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Dec 16, 2014

2 comments, 27 photos

... Every way you turned, you could see different colours, different heights and different landscape. I found this quote that I loved which described the Canyon so well: “Beautiful doesn't begin to describe it. A flower is beautiful. But this is beautiful the way that a person is beautiful- terrifying with its jagged edges, yet seductive with its crevices that hide so many secrets.” We often couldn’t even see the bottom of the canyon because ...