This is hands-down the most adventurous way to travel to the Canyon. It will take you from grassy meadows to mountain passes, ... More
Grand Canyon Railway
This is hands-down the most adventurous way to travel to the Canyon. It will take you from grassy meadows to mountain passes, and back into history. Trains depart from historic Williams Depot each morning. During the one-and-a-quarter-hour journey, passengers are treated to live music and Wild Western entertainment. The train departs the Williams Depot at 10a, arrives at the Grand Canyon at 12:15p., departs the Canyon at 3:30p and arrives back in Williams at 5:45p. Reservations should be made well in advance.
Within the Kaibab National Forest, three prehistoric sites give visitors a glimpse into the high country's native peoples, their cultures,
communications and forms of expression. Clover Ruin, at the Williams District Ranger Station, is thought to be the Cohonina ...
This Knights Inn is conveniently accessible to I 40, walking distance from the Grand Canyon Railway and Historic Route 66,
approximately 58 miles from Grand Canyon National Park, 60 miles from Sedona, and 32 miles from Pulliam Field Airport. ...
This romantic lodging is in the beautiful mountain town of Williams, this lavishly appointed inn has three guest rooms, each
with different romantic themes including a palace suite and a Hawaiian hideaway. Its rooms have private baths, some with ...
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