- Destination Arizona: Travel guide to Grand Canyon
- If you're at the South Rim for just a few hours, enjoy the Bright Angel Trail while knowing it will take you twice as long going up as coming down. www.nps.
- Feds get data to check on mining's effect near Grand Canyon
- In this July 27, 2015 photo, the busy Bright Angel Trail is crowded with hikers headed down into the Grand Canyon Monday at Grand Canyon National Park, Ariz. With the busy Labor Day weekend still ahead, the Park Service already has recorded 5 million ...
- Arizona Top Five: hiking destinations that don't disappoint
- One of the things that makes our state unique—other than the unbearable 90-plus-degree temperatures—is the fact that Arizona possesses some of the best hiking destinations in the Southwest.
- McCamey resident arrested on charge of possession of methamphetamine
- A sheriff's deputy parked his patrol car at the spot directing northbound traffic onto Angel Trail, the sheriff's office reported.
- National Parks
- Ralph Cameron began development of the Bright Angel Trail (a toll road) in 1890, and the Santa Fe Railroad built the Hermits Rest Trail to serve a luxury campsite in 1911, eight years before the park was established.
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