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Shepherd Entertainment takes you on a tour of The Grand Canyon, which can be approached from Flagstaff their pedestrian tours ...
where we can also rent mountain bikes, mules or horses.
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The power of uplift and erosion are fighting with each other on these endless fields that include the territories of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. History also made its mark here. The Anasazis, the most important ancient tribe of the United States said farewell here to a world that no longer needed them in some centuries before the Santa Maria had started its journey they disappeared in the unknown wild of faith. The old as the tribes came after them got them were lost in the fog of time. They were followed by the Apaches and the Navajos.
Later the Spanish conquistadors and missionaries, then the trappers, farmers and settlers arrived and later the silver and gold fever attracted miners and adventurers, armies of gallows birds and dreamers into this areas.
Indian wars, truces, duels retributions, conventions, massacres and resettlements interspersed the story of the conquest at the borderland, the frontier. And all these took place in some of the most spectacular scenery on earth where from the beginning of time, passes cut by rivers, spans of cliffs, mountain peaks and valleys have absorbed people who would like to conquer them with a wide smile.
The Grand Canyon can be approached from Flagstaff their pedestrian tours where we can also rent mountain bikes, mules or horses. Planes and helicopters also depart from Las Vegas. On the way, visitors can see the enormous Hoover dam as well. Those who would like to spend more night here can find motels and camping places while those in a hurry can drive up to one of the look points to preserve their short visit by taking some photos.
From the Visitors Center, helpful park rangers guide the tourists. Several of them are Indians whose great grandfather had already lived here and probably was not so kind with the pale faces as his descendant.
There are several Indian reservations on the territory The Park and they’re open to the public. One of the nicest [Audio cut 02:06]