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Toroweap Overlook
Arizona

Jon Jasper at the Toroweap Overlook to the Grand Canyon. Toroweap is a very remote driving viewpoint with views of the Colorado River. Toroweap is accessed by a 60 mile dirt road across the remote Arizona Strip. For more photos, check out JonJasper.com

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Uploaded: 20/12/2010
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