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Mule Use to Resume on Grand Canyon’s South Kaibab Trail

Mule Use to Resume on Grand Canyon’s South Kaibab TrailThe National Park Service will reopen the South Kaibab Trail to mule and stock use within Grand Canyon National Park beginning May 15, 2011, at levels approved in the park's new stock use plan.

The trail had been closed to mule and stock use during a reconstruction project to improve the condition of the trail for bother hikers and mule users alike. The new stock plan is dated Jan. 5, 2011.
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Grand Canyon Opens Improved Mather Point, Visitor Center Plaza Areas

Grand Canyon Opens Improved Mather Point, Visitor Center Plaza Areas Phase II of the improvements called for in the Grand Canyon National Park's South Rim Visitor Transportation Plan/Environmental Assessment (Transportation Plan) are now substantially complete; and Mather Point and the Visitor Center plaza areas have ...
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Fall Colors Mean Grand Canyon’s North Rim Visitor Season Is Ending

Fall Colors Mean Grand Canyon’s North Rim Visitor Season Is Ending As colors on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park begin to change, it is a reminder that the North Rim's 2010 visitor season is winding down. The South Rim and Inner Canyon facilities remain open year-round, however.

The staff on the North Rim ...
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Grand Canyon Rangers Air Rescue French Visitor

Grand Canyon Rangers Air Rescue French Visitor An 18-year-old French national had to be air rescued after slipping over the edge at Grand Canyon National Park, rangers said.

On Aug. 4, 2010 at approximately 2:45 p.m., the Grand Canyon Regional Communications Center received a report that a man had...
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Work to Begin on $2.35 Million Movie Theater at Grand Canyon Visitor Center

Work to Begin on $2.35 Million Movie Theater at Grand Canyon Visitor Center The Grand Canyon Visitor Center will soon have its own $2.35 million movie theater, but don't expect to see Hollywood's latest releases there.

Work is expected to begin before the end of June 2010 on a 3,400 square foot theater with seating for more t...
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