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Little Colorado River Gorge
Arizona

The viewpoint at the little colorado river gorge is locatetd in one of the navajo tribal parks in the navajo nation. The tribal park is located east of the grand canyon.

Copyright: Jürgen Matern
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Загружена: 19/06/2010
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Tags: canyon; river; little colorado river; navajo nation; navajo tribal park; gorge
  • Corona Family over 1 year ago
    Amazing "surprise" along the way for our trip to the Grand Canyon. Google and Apple maps both told us to go Highway 180 out of Flagstaff but we went 89 to 64, crossing through the Navajo reservation and this was a fantastic stop. Highly recommended!
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