Ruins of a small Anasazi village, dating back to the late 1100s, furnish visitors with a brief history lesson of how some of ... More
Tusayan Ruins and Museum
Ruins of a small Anasazi village, dating back to the late 1100s, furnish visitors with a brief history lesson of how some of the early settlers in this area lived. Historians speculate this settlement numbered about 30 people and was in occupation for only a quarter of a century. Although there are an abundance of nearby Anasazi sites, the Tusayan site is the only one with easy access. Paved walking paths wind through the pueblo excavation and there is a small museum. Admission is free. Estimated walking time is 30 minutes.
Hop up onto one of the barstools and you will be sitting on a saddle actually used to ride into
the canyon. Enjoy a cocktail, or settle in for a hearty breakfast, Western style lunch or sizzling steak dinner. ...
Of the two maintained trails in the south rim, this 6.3 mile trail is the less traveled. While it affords
extensive views in both directions, it offers no shade and is considered steep, descending 4,500 feet to the river ...
Nestled into the canyon's edge at Bright Angel Lodge , this facility blends into the landscape, as it provides panoramic
views and endless photo opportunities. Designed by architect Mary Colter, it opened around 1914, and was a place where ...
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