He was at the edge of another of those terrible canyons
, the eighth he had crossed, whose precipitous sides would have taxed to the uttermost the strength of an untired man well fortified by food and water, and for the first time, as he looked down into the abyss and then at the opposite side that he must scale, misgivings began to assail his mind.
In the morning he stole a march on the sun, for he had finished breakfast when its first rays caught him, and he was climbing the wall of the canyon where it crumbled away and gave footing.
Once, far down his own canyon, he thought he saw in the air a faint hint of smoke.
Pocket!" he called down into the canyon. "Stand out from under!
An' right here an' now I name this yere canyon 'All Gold Canyon,' b' gosh!"
ACCESS: The canyon
lies about 3 hours northeast of Flagstaff, and 5 hours northeast of Phoenix, so it's a drive.
Not only does this resource include Grand Canyon
access information for wheelchair users and slow walkers, but it also features a comprehensive access guide to Arizona's Interstate 40 and Route 66.
According to Grand Canyon
officials, the park rangers responded to a call around 1 p.m.
West is owned and operated by the Hualapai Tribe and is not part of Grand Canyon
"We didn't want to encourage people coming into the canyon
doing what was done in the movie, so we declined it," said Maureen Oltrogge, a longtime spokeswoman for the national park who retired in 2014.
royalty and other rights on specified lands around the Relief Canyon
project, the company said.
This encyclopedia consists of essays and entries on the geography, history, and culture of the Grand Canyon
. The essays relate to the Grand CanyonAEs ancient beginnings, the Postcard Rocks, how the Colorado River carved the Grand Canyon
, its first people, tribes that called the Grand Canyon
their home, John Wesley Powell, territorial and water disputes, the historic sites of the Colorado River, the Grand Canyon
and modern Christian fundamentalism, and the future of the Grand Canyon