The Rough Guide to the Grand Canyon
The Rough Guide to the Grand Canyon covers the whole of this awe-inspiring region, which stretches over 250 miles along each side of the Colorado River. Its discriminating approach should help to ensure that the reader gets the most out of their trip. Day-hikes within the National Park are highlighted, as are attractions along the north and south rims of the canyon and beyond the park itself. Walking routes are supported by detailed full-colour maps, which are cross-referenced within the guide.
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The South Rim
The North Rim
The road between the rims
The Arizona Strip
B The Havasupai reservation
The Hualapai reservation
Rafting the Colorado River
The geology of the Grand Canyon
Flora and fauna
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