7 Mile Lodge

Address: 56 Powell Ave, Tusayan, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, 86023, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 56 Powell Ave, Tusayan, is near Grand Canyon, Coconino Canyon Train, Hermit's Rest, and Powell Point.
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        Travel Blogs from Tusayan

        New rain gear and nice ride to Grand Canyon

        A travel blog entry by misu5321 on Oct 07, 2015

        5 photos

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        We rode route 93 for a while then jumped onto historic route 66 for a bit. It was ok, but I bet there are better parts of route 66 to see.

        We rode into Tusayan, the town at the southern end of the canyon and got ready for a full day in the canyon on Thursday.

        All in all a good day, riding 289 miles and seeing more of this beautiful country.

        See Grand Canyon in the rain.......What a wet day!

        A travel blog entry by jordansgo on Oct 05, 2015

        13 photos

        ... but their bark protects then and they mostly survive although with blackened bark and missing lower branches. As a result the forest is very different from Further north with large standing trees in open glades with little undergrowth. Where fire burns harder and kills the pines groves of silver barked aspen grow with the classic quaking leaves, bright yellow in the autumn light. As we progressed along the narrow trail the rain started and got heavier. Then thunder ...

        Zion and the Grand Canyon

        A travel blog entry by ben.sklaroff on Oct 02, 2015

        12 photos

        ... of woodland have been razed. It seems brutal, and scars the landscape for decades, but it is apparently necessary for the ecosystem to regenerate, reseed and renew. On reaching our lodge, right in the heart of the forest, we went out for an explore. Within a few metres of the lodge, we were at the canyon rim and presented with a spectacular view into the abyss - a far more serene and awesome spectacle than our previous visit. We ...

        Kayenta to The Grand Canyon

        A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Sep 24, 2015

        15 photos

        ... buying any alcohol. The next stop was the Glen Canyon Dam across the River Colorado. This dam produced Lake Powell and provides hydroelectric power rather as the Hoover Dam produces Lake Mead and HEP further down river. In fact there are 7 dams across the Colorado producing HEP for many of the Western U.S. States. We stopped for 20 minutes or so to admire the 500 foot dam and take photographs. We then drove on to the Navajo Bridge(s) where ...

        Las Vegas to Grand Canyon

        A travel blog entry by reymel on Sep 11, 2015

        12 photos

        ... flash of a bolt of lightning and we were heading straight for it. As we approached is just got darker and darker, with more bolts of lightning seeming to hit the ground. Then the road eased away to the right just as it seemed we were about to drive into, we just got a few drops onto the windscreen and then nothing, phew we're going to miss it. As we drove along the side of the storm, I looked across and you could see it was an absolutely torrential downpour. ...