The Grand Canyon
Over 270 miles long, up to 18 miles wide and a mile deep, the Grand Canyon is known throughout the world for its overwhelming size and its intricate and colorful landscape. Located in northern Arizona, the majestic vista is geologically important because the layers of ancient rocks so beautifully preserved and exposed in the walls of the canyon reveal a timeline of Earth’s history.
In the early 1800s, trappers and expeditions sent by the U.S. government began to explore and map the Southwest, including the canyon. Although first afforded Federal protection in 1893 as a Forest Reserve and later as a National Monument, the Grand Canyon did not achieve National Park status until 1919, three years after the creation of the National Park Service. Today Grand Canyon National Park encompasses more than 1 million acres of land and receives close to 5 million visitors each year.
The Ridge House is a little taste of the "Old" West and is located on the open range of the largest continuous Ponderosa forest in the US (probably the world). Cattle, coyotes, jackrabbits, elk & deer sometimes roam across the property. Pictures are okay but don't get close. Best policy: Leave them alone. The acreage is fenced on 3 sides for privacy. Pets are acceptable if under control.
Featuring three bedrooms, and two full baths; the master bedroom reveals openness with a side window that allows light to flow through the entire area during the day along with the moon and starts at night. This comforting design will provide rest to weary explorers and travelers as they discover the area attractions. The upstairs open floor plan is hard to resist, as you soon will discover, in this Grand Canyon Vacation Home Rental dream house.
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