Here is a partial glimpse of the Colorado River from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. The Colorado River is 1450 miles long and flows through five U.S. states and two Mexican states. The river generally flows southwest across the Colorado Plateau to the Arizona/Nevada border where it turns south towards Mexico. It begins… Read More THE COLORADO AT GC
The Arizona Strip is the area in northern Arizona that lies north of the Colorado River. It is a unique part of the state, as the terrain is more like southern Utah and Nevada. It is a barren, red rock, and canyon country with desert vegetation. The strip includes picturesque places like the north rim… Read More VERMILION CLIFFS
Sedona, Arizona is one of those unique places that many people seek out in their travels. It is a desert town surrounded by red rock buttes, slopes, cliffs, and canyons with steep walls, many trees, and Oak Creek just to the north. The layer of red rocks are reddish sandstone that was deposited in the… Read More A RED ROCK AREA
Here are a few photos from the Grand Canyon on the South Rim.