Lake Powell and the Grand Canyon dominate the northeastern stretch of Coconino County. This page lists web sites about this scenic wonder carved by the Colorado River.
eParks.com (*) eParks is the official online store of the national park system. You will find collectibles including the National Park Passport book which you can get stamped at the visitor center. Use coupon SAVE15 to save 15% on your order.
Save the Confluence (savetheconfluence.com) A site critical of plans to build a multimillion dollar resort with a tram to the confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado Rivers.
Grand Canyon on Tumblr (tumblr.arizonacolor.us) This tumblr gallery shows images of the Grand Canyon shared on social media.
Grand Canyon Trust: (www.grandcanyontrust.org) The Grand Canyon Trust is a Grand Canyon & Colorado Plateau Conservation & Environmental Advocacy group.
The Grand Canyon Caverns (gccaverns.com) The Grand Canyon Caverns is located along Route 66 in Northern Arizona. These are the largest dry caverns in the United States, located 200 to 300 feet below the surface, and accessible via our exploration elevator.
The Grand Canyon Association (www.grandcanyon.org) \r\n\r\nJoin the Grand Canyon Field Institute for your next learning adventure! From backpacking to yoga workshops, rim walks to river rafting trips, we offer fun and informative classes and guided hiking tours throughout the grandest of canyons.\r\n
Explore the Canyon (explorethecanyon.com) Destination Cinema operates an IMAX theater at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center to help enhance visitor experiences.
See Grand Canyon (seegrandcanyon.com) A site by Angels Gate Tours to see the Grand Canyon.