Parque nacional del Gran Cañón
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Home to some of the most stunning views in the world! The park is just under 3 hours away and well worth the trip!
If you're headed to visit Grand Canyon, we highly recommend hiking or biking while you're there. It's such an enormous sensory overload with so many people that you really won't comprehend what you're looking at unless you take the time to see more of it. Biking is the ideal way with shorter time…
The most popular nearby attraction is, of course, the Grand Canyon National Park. There are 2 routes to get to the South Rim. The usual route is west (turn R) along Highway 89 and then north at Valle along Highway 64; the Park entrance is 70 miles (110km - about 1 ¼ hours) through the ponderosa pine…
One of most awesome natural wonders in the world just one and a half hours from Flagstaff.
A must see if you are in the area. A little more than an hour north of Flagstaff. Perfect day trip.
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