Scenic Driving Arizona
by Stewart M. Green (Falcon Guides)
© 2009 Stewart M. Green/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.
Reviewed by Bill Teresa & Jackson Kettler,
Perhaps more than any other National Park in America, the Grand Canyon contains a huge variety of spectacular but largely hidden and inaccessible places - waterfalls, pools, narrow ravines, and oases - that cannot be reached by the casual tourist. Many of the wonderful side-canyons, with their associated photogenic features require a day or more travelling on foot from the canyon rim or complicated journeys involving boat trips down the Colorado to reach them. It is perhaps comforting to think that no matter how crowded and over-developed the South Rim overlooks become, most of the canyon will remain empty and essentially unvisited.
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