Snow in Grand Canyon

A day trip to the Grand Canyon, Arizona, from Vegas is indeed long but so worth it! 

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my big sister and I
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snowy Grand Canyon Village

We took the South Rim day trip tour from GC Tours and was very satisfied! Our tour guide, Sean, is excellent, really knows the Grand Canyon and took us to secret places that no other tours visit (we call these secret places: Sean’s Point). Their tour included lunch, and try the Caesars Salad, it’s sooooo good!

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South Rim!
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Snow in the Canyon
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happy me 🙂

We went there on Wednesday, and was told that there was a snowfall on Monday. That made the visit to Grand Canyon was even better, with all the snow, combination between the brown-red colour of the Canyon and the white snow! Snow in Fall, in Grand Canyon ❤ Please understand that Im from a tropical country and don’t see much snow in my country 🙂

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Sean’s Point!
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our GC private tour team and Sean
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me love snow, much!
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Sign!
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a short stop in Seligman Route 66. feels like being in the 60s 😀
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I wrote my name on the snow. Love ❤ – it’s RYA

I cited a short article of Grand Canyon for your reading materials 😀

The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is a mile-deep canyon (1.6 km) that bisects the park. Even though the average distance across the canyon is only 10 miles/ 16 km, it takes 5 hours to drive the 215 miles / 346 km between the park’s South Rim Village and the North Rim Village.

Source: http://www.visitarizona.com/things-to-do/grand-canyon

 

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