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A Guide to the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff & Williams

 

Adventure holidays just got easier to plan with George Miller’s app guide to the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff, & Williams.


Ride the Grand Canyon Railway from Williams to the South Rim and check into El Tovar, the grande dame of historic hotels. Then stroll the east and west rim walkways for the most spectacular views and sunsets in the West. Relax in front of the fireplace in the hotel lobby or on the patio with a view of the ten-mile-wide chasm.


Listings describe the museum-quality and affordable Indian silver and turquoise jewelry, Navajo rugs, and Hopi kachinas, as well as fine dining and fast food options, hiking, getting around, and seeing the sights.

COMPLETE GUIDE IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND

only $2.99

DROP-DOWN MENUS FOR EASY ACCESS


Drop-down menus feature listings for all the lodging, camping, and dining facilities in the National Park and Kaibab National Forest and in nearby Tusayan. Beyond the rim, entries highlight the best lodging and dining in Flagstaff and Williams.

NO WASTED TIME SHUFFLING BROCHURES


This comprehensive app describes every viewpoint, the best times for photos, and how to use the free park shuttle to get back and forth. Professional photos give you a preview of what you’ll see when your toes hang over the abyss.

NO SURPRISES WHEN YOU HIT THE TRAIL


What you need to know when you need to know it – before you lace up your boots. How rugged, how long, and how to get backcountry camping permits, this app tells all.

Yavapai Point–Virga: Rain that evaporates before hitting the ground.

BEYOND THE RIM


Need a lunch stop in Flagstaff? Or a hotel in Williams before catching the Grand Canyon Railway for an ol’ West train ride to the Canyon?


Check the listings for summer golf, winter snow sports, museums, and nearby National Monuments with ancient ruins, volcanic cinder cones, and star gazing a the Lowell Observatory.

SO MANY CHOICES, SO LITTLE TIME


Want a helicopter ride over the chasm or a mule ride to Phantom Ranch at the bottom of the gorge? No problem, just click the phone number listed in every entry for activity, motel, and dinner reservations.

GORGE-OUS PHOTOS


Even the best photos can’t capture the grandeur of  majestic wonder, but the professional pictures will inspire you to do your creative best with your camera. Photo tips tell the best vistas for sunset and sunrise shots.

TO ORDER

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right photo for Android

VACATION PLANNING MADE EASY

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About the author


As a environmental photojournalist, George Miller explores nature and wildlife destinations around the world, but considers working at the Grand Canyon as one of the most rewarding times of his life. He has published articles and photography with National Geographic, National Wildlife, Sierra Club, and Wildlife Conservation publications and written eight guides books on the Southwest.

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