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  • Big water, big dreams

    Big water, big dreams

    A review of The Emerald Mile: the Epic Story of the Fastest Ride in History Through the Heart of the Grand Canyon by Kevin Fedarko.

  • Colorado River gets a recreation plan

    The National Park Service’s new management plan for the Grand Canyon river corridor allows continued motorized access

  • Congress thwarts effort to reduce Grand Canyon noise pollution

    Congress thwarts effort to reduce Grand Canyon noise pollution

    A last-minute provision in July’s transportation bill overrules Park Service recommendations for quieting the cacophony of sightseeing air traffic over the Grand Canyon.

  • Finally, a burger with a taste of place

    Finally, a burger with a taste of place

    Next time you visit the Grand Canyon, stop in Flagstaff for a delicious Diablo burger made from locally raised organic beef.

  • For the love of a river

    In the anthology There’s This River, Christa Sadler gathers the stories of rambunctious river rafters on the Grand Canyon’s Colorado River

  • Let's not ram more boats through the Grand Canyon

    Even though the river is their livelihood, most river guides oppose the Park Service’s plan to increase the number of boats allowed in the Colorado River in Grand Canyon

  • McCain: T.R. or W?

    John McCain likes to compare himself to Teddy Roosevelt, but his conservation record is closer to that of a less-popular Republican: George W. Bush.

  • Mules and hikers keep duking it out in the Grand Canyon

    Ann Adams describes the mule trip her father took into the Grand Canyon back in 1936, and compares it to the treks still happening today.

  • My great-grandfather the crow killer

    The author’s family likes to think that his great-grandfather has come back as a crow after a lifetime spent shooting the rambunctious birds

  • On the Colorado, a grand experiment meets Mother Nature

    A recent experimental flood from Glen Canyon Dam may have killed endangered native humpback chub in the Colorado River through Grand Canyon

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