Top 10 Worst towns in Arizona. Arizona has great places to live, not the towns on this list.
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Best Ways to Visit Grand Canyon in 4 Hours or Less.
One of the best ways you can experience the South Rim of Grand Canyon in 3 to 4 hours is to combine walking with shuttle bus riding. Learn ways to get out to spectacular scenic views, and visit the historic Grand Canyon Village.
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Grand Canyon #6: Flagstaff via Navajo Nation (US89 & SR64) to Desert View (Day 2) 2016-06-02
A drive from Flagstaff via the eastern route (US 89 & SR 64) to the Desert View / Desert Tower section of the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.
Subsequent linked videos to follow make one-by-one stops for sightseeing at each posted viewpoint west toward the main section of the South Rim--Grand Canyon Village, from where additionally linked videos continue the drive south and southeast on US 180 back to Flagstaff.
Video time points:
0:20 Leaving east Flagstaff on Lucky Lane
2:40 Entering Business Interstate 40 (Route 66) east
5:20 Entering US 89 north
9:00 Leaving Flagstaff on US 89 north
47:55 Arriving Cameron, Navajo Nation, Arizona
48:25 Leaving US 89 north for SR 64 west
57:20 Turnoff to Little Colorado River scenic view, Navajo Tribal Park
58:40 Resuming west on SR 64
1:20:20 East Toll gate on SR 64, South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park
1:22:15 Arriving at Desert View parking lot
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Top 10 Best Places To Visit In Wyoming
Top 10 Best Places To Visit In Wyoming - With nearly half of Wyoming designated as public land, the Cowboy State is the ideal destination for anyone who wants to explore the dramatic natural beauty of the American West. The most sparsely populated state in the Union, the best places to visit in Wyoming are filled with spectacular landscapes, ranging from the thermal geysers of Yellowstone to the jagged mountain peaks of Grand Teton:
-Grand Teton National Park
-Flaming Gorge Recreation Area
-Hot Springs State Park
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ROAD TRIP WEST USA (Las Vegas, Grand Canyon NP, Monument Valley, Horseshoe Bend, etc...)
ROAD TRIP WEST USA. Road trip in the west of the USA. Las Vegas, Grand Canyon National Park, Monument Valley, Horseshoe Bend, Upper Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, Valley of Fire State Park.
Travel guide :
00:00 Las Vegas
08:26 Route 66/Hackberry General Store
10:44 Road to Grand Canyon
11:26 Grand Canyon National Park
14:15 Road to Monument Valley
14:55 Monument Valley
17:30 Road to Page
17:56 Horseshoe Bend
19:31 Upper Antelope Canyon
21:12 Lake Powell
22:40 Road to Bryce Canyon
23:22 Bryce Canyon National Park
27:44 Road to Zion
28:10 Zion National Park
32:23 Road to Valley of Fire
33:13 Valley of Fire State Park
Grand Canyon #1: From Flagstaff via US 180 & SR 64 to Grand Canyon Village in South Rim 2016-06-01
An annotated drive on the scenic & quickest route from Flagstaff to the South Rim of Grand Canyon national park for a day's stroll on a paved footpath along the canyon rim.
For first-timers choosing between one of the three routes, this one, the most direct, goes past no other center of settlement, connects to no other distant places, so has the lightest traffic volume. Once 5 - 10 minutes north of the least-congested north side of downtown Flagstaff, it is clear sailing to the first stop-sign at Valle, a motorists' service center an hour away, at the junction of US 180 (this highway) and State Road 64, the road which also carries traffic to and from Interstate 40 and the town of Williams in the south (all of which will appear on another drive video in this series). A few miles before the toll gate of the park is the last service town, Tusayan, of hotels and eateries, all charging premium prices.
On busy summer days, single-day visitors are advised by the national park's website to park their vehicles here (in Tusayan town), and take the park's free shuttle for entry into the park.
Nearly all of this lightly used road between Flagstaff and Valle, US 180, is a two-lane road (one lane in each direction), with occasional additional passing lane for traffic in one direction or the other.
On the day that I drove it in early June, the traffic was never heavy enough to form a line of vehicles waiting impatiently to pass a slow vehicle ahead, so the drive was most enjoyable (for me as well as for anyone catching up to me from behind).
US 180 is mostly straight, with frequent gentle curves not requiring significant speed reductions, but enough to break the monotony of the all straight-road drive.
For those who just want to get from Flagstaff to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon as quickly as possible for the day, this is the recommend route there and back.
0:01 Downtown Flagstaff AZ: Elevation 6,910 ft / 2,106 m
5:21 Road sign: Grand Canyon National Park - 74 miles
5:26 Elevation - 7,000 ft
8:20 Jct SR 64 - 46 miles
21:39 [Flagstaff] Nordic Village sign
23:19 Elevation 8,046 ft
25:27 Kendrick Park
26:18 8% Downgrade warning sign
33:15 Caution Smoke Ahead sign
46:15 Jct SR 64-9 Miles; Grand Canyon-37 Miles
48:19 S Rim Ranch Road
55:15 Jct SR 64 & US 180, Valle (Elevation 5,994 feet / 1,827 m) Coconino County, Arizona
56:20 Leaving Valle, AZ
57:04 Grand Canyon Vehicle Fee $30
1:06:29 Kaibab National Forest
1:15:30 Grand Canyon Airport (Elevation: 6,609 ft / 2,014 m)
1:17:03 Entering Tusayan (Elevation: 6,612 ft / 2,015 m)
1:24:10 Grand Canyon National Park (South Rim) entrance
1:37:43 Parking Lot A, South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park
This whole day's trip to the Grand Canyon Village section of Grand Canyon's South Rim also accessible through this playlist:
2016-06-01 Grand Canyon South Rim (with Park Headquarters & Rim Trail hike) from Flagstaff via US180 & on AZ64 via Williams back to Flagstaff
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Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA in 4K (Ultra HD)
Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado is one of the most popular and scenic National Parks in the United States, famous for its high mountain peaks, alpine lakes, abundant wildlife. The main sightseeing road in the park, and some of the hiking trails cross over the 12,000 feet/3,600 m altitude line;
Locations in the video:
Sprague Lake (0:01), Nymph Lake (0:17), Dream Lake (0:38), Emerald Lake (0:59), Lake Haiyaha (1:12), The Loch (1:26), Timberline Falls (1:51), Sky Pond (2:24), Mills Lake (2:57), Alberta Falls (3:05), Multiple viewpoints along the Trail Ridge Road (3:10, 8:12), Chasm Lake Trail (4:03), Chasm Lake (4:54), Mt Ida Hike (6:39), Horseshoe Falls (8:58), Chasm Falls (9:26), Old Fall River Road (9:31).
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RVing on the Gulf Coast Ferry System
In ten years of full-time RVing, we'd only taken our motorhome aboard a ferry twice before, on a round-trip sailing from Horseshoe Bay in Vancouver, Canada to Gibsons, on British Columbia's Sunshine Coast. That trip, on a huge 450-foot-long BC Ferries vessel, took about 45 minutes each way and was very expensive for the RV, our tow car and two people.
Despite the cost, there was something very cool about having our RV out on the water, and the beauty of the Sunshine Coast during our month-long stay made it well worth the expense.
On a recent trip from New Orleans, LA to Galveston Island, TX, both Google Maps and our GPS suggested that we drive inland, along interstate 10. Since we prefer to stay on more scenic local roads whenever possible (and we were also eager to take the RV on the ferry ride to Galveston Island) we stayed along the coast instead.
As a bonus, we drove through peaceful and scenic marshland and got some views of the Gulf of Mexico as well. While researching our route, we discovered that there would be an additional water crossing required, on the Cameron-Holly Beach ferry.
We weren't sure if a large motorhome would be able to make the crossing. Were large vehicles allowed? Was there a problem with low tide causing steep approach or departure angles? A little online research showed that it wouldn't be a problem, although we'd recommend that anyone planning to follow this route check for any updates or changes to ferry policies or conditions.
The Cameron-Holly Beach ferry trip is laughably short... only 1/4 mile and about 3 1/2 minutes. It took longer to drive on and off the ferry than to cross. Because of the short trip duration, everyone is asked to remain in their vehicles. As we approached the loading area, we were asked if anyone on board was over 65. Since neither of us is, we had to pay full fare to cross: $1. That's right... the RV, toad and 2 people for $1! lol Had we been over 65, it would have been free.
When we arrived in Port Bolivar, TX to catch the ferry to Galveston Island, we were pleased to find that the trip was free for all ages! During the crossing we saw dolphins riding in our bow wave and were lucky enough to catch one of them on video, as you can see.
Next time you're RVing along the Gulf Coast, get off the Interstate and head out onto the water. It's a great way to travel by RV!
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