This is a long story that I know the best way to tell is to tell it in the format one might tell a long story, except I’ll tell it in the way one might tell a short story (which is to say by breaking it down into a series of chapters).
In the short story I’m going to tell, I’m taking you out on one of my favorite weekends in California. It’s the San Diego to Grand Canyon Road Trip. There’s a certain element of danger that I enjoy when I travel on vacation. Sometimes it seems as if it’s a bit of a risk to take my dog along.
The San Diego to Grand Canyon Road Trip is one of our favorite weekend trips, and I’d love to hear from readers how you like it.
The San Diego to Grand Canyon Road Trip is one of our favorite weekend trips, and Id love to hear from readers how you like it.
I’m a huge fan of the Grand Canyon Drive, a beautiful drive on the way to the canyon, one of the best drives in the state, which goes from San Diego to Grand Canyon National Park. As a matter of fact, I’ve spent more time at the Grand Canyon than the San Diego Zoo, so I think it’s safe to say Id like to hear from readers about their experiences there.
In fact, I was thinking of putting a couple of these up on our home page, since so many people have put together such great road trip itineraries there. The San Diego to Grand Canyon Road Trip is a three-day trip (or more, depending on your own schedule) that includes two nights in Grand Canyon and one night in the small town of Grand Lake, Arizona.
The one thing you can guarantee about a Grand Canyon road trip is that it includes some seriously spectacular scenery. From the Grand Canyon, you hike down into the canyon for a while before climbing down to the rim to take in spectacular canyon views. Then you can hike down the other side of the canyon, where you see more of the canyon. When you get back out on the rim, you get to see all the other stuff that you didn’t get to see in the canyon.
Grand Canyon Road Trips are certainly among the most popular road trips in the United States. It’s a trek that’s become a tourist staple in Southern California, and it’s also becoming an increasingly popular attraction in the San Diego region. The Grand Canyon Road Trip is a two- to three-hour hike that begins on the rim of the canyon and ends on the other side. It’s relatively straightforward, so the only real challenge is the descent.
Once you reach the bottom, the canyon is a beautiful place for a picnic. The Grand Canyon is home to many of the world’s most spectacular waterfalls, so it is very popular for waterfalls. The Grand Canyon Road Trip is a popular one, and when you do it, you get to enjoy the views and be the first to taste the famous Seven Falls waterfall.
To do the road trip you need to plan a route that will take you from the Grand Canyon to the seven falls. The road trip starts at the rim, where you can start hiking through the canyon, and then continue up to the beginning of the road trip from where you can start hiking down.