Cliff Dwellers Lodge

HC 67 Box 30, Marble Canyon, Arizona, 86036, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Marble Canyon

Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by sjm904

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A Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by ronamoon

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... passed a number of viewpoints with our next stop being Moran Point which was where - or close to - where the first Europeans saw the canyon - a Spanish expedition in 1540. It offered another great view .... like all those along the Rim.

One spot not to miss is the Desert View with its 'old' tower and we pulled in there, the large carpark being half full. Had a bite to eat at the snack shop and then wandered over to the ...

"Life moves on at it's petty pace."

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo

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On to the Grand Canyon


We got our rig looked at by the experts, so to speak, and gassed up Fiona in St. George. Then we returned to our site at Snow Canyon. Everything seemed to work okay, which is a relief.


This morning, Tuesday, we headed out on a circuitous route to Page, Arizona. I say circuitous, since you drive into AZ until you get to not far from the border and then return to Kanab, UT. Then an ...

Lee's Ferry Kayaking Upstream High Canyon Walls

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2

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Lee's Ferry is such a special place for us. We love to camp there because you have a 360 view of the red cliff's and a nice view of the river from above. This time because we had no tent or camper, we were staying in hotels which is most unusual.

They were releasing a larger than usual amount of water from the dam so the paddle upstream was a good workout. We got to ...

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

A travel blog entry by margotsilva

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... we came upon an area of an ancient site of Cliff Dwellers. Here strewn around the base of cliffs were huge rocks, called Goblins that the native people used to craft dwellings. The shapes and contours of the rocks were incorporated into the dwellings becoming roofs, walls or ledges for beds. Navajo women were selling trinkets and offering up stories passed down to them. Very interesting! A good stop! Off to the Grand Canyon… without reservations, first ...

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