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Grand Canyon Trail to Lookout
Arizona

Just below the Visitors Lodge at the North Rim, hikers navigate a trail to a lookout that juts out over the edge of the Grand Canyon, Arizona.

 Back at the lodge I found a good strong cup of coffee and a comfortable place to sit back and take in the huge expansive view.

Copyright: Don Manion
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Uploaded: 12/06/2011
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Tags: u.s.a national park; outdoors; natural wonder; tourism southwest; hiking; pinon pine cliff
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