Bar 10 Ranch

Address: Parashant National Monument, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, United States | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Parashant National Monument, Grand Canyon National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Grand Canyon National Park

      Grand Canyon - South Rim

      A travel blog entry by mortneff on Apr 06, 2015

      7 photos

      ... the trail, every time we turned around, the views were breathtaking and awe-inspiring.

      We just got a small taste of what the Grand Canyon has to offer, but that taste is something that will remain in our hearts and minds for many years to come.

      A big thank you goes out to President Theodore Roosevelt who had the vision in 1908 to declare it a national monument and to protect and preserve one of America’s most unique natural ...


      A travel blog entry by pinkfatpiggy on Mar 27, 2015

      3 comments, 90 photos

      A Grand Affair - 25th - 27th March.
      We took a bus tour to the West rim of the Grand Canyon complete with helicopter flight and boat ride along the Colorado River.
      One of the things on our bucket list. It took 7 hours by bus and we actually stayed at a ranch run by the indigenous Indian's the Hualapai tribe.
      Complete with fake western town with cowboys, wagons etc. We had a go at gun slinging and Pam shot Gus dead with the ...

      Grand Canyon

      A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Mar 25, 2015

      6 photos

      ... this point there were carpets of yellow flowers in the desert. The speed limit was 65 mph and the traffic was light. At Kingham we had to change roads anyway but we were hungry. We pulled off into the long sparse desert town onto Route 66. Stopping at a typical little American diner we had a typical breakfast of bacon, sausage, hash browns and eggs over easy, toast and several cups of coffee. There were three old country boys right behind me putting the world to ...

      It's a long drive from Vegas

      A travel blog entry by skycladtrvlr on Dec 26, 2014

      6 photos

      ... in information). North rim was out - it was closed. According to an assortment of reviews, most people did not recommend the West rim, which is not a part of the National Park, as it tended to be a bit too expensive and touristy. The general consensus was that the South rim had the best views and was the place to go to get the biggest bang for your buck. Then I Google mapped it. It was how far away from Vegas?We got up with the sun on Boxing ...

      Road Trip! Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon!

      A travel blog entry by blacks_blog on Sep 21, 2014

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... 20's at New York. This was hot! Aaron seriously did not want to get out of the car. We had to make him. It was too hot.

      We found a car park (that we didn't have to pay $10 for) lathered on the sunscreen, loaded up with water and took a very hot walk across the dam wall from Nevada to Arizona!

      The dam wall itself is massive. A great structural accomplishment. One great big power generator! To build the wall the river was ...