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Little Colorado River Gorge

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Address: Jct. Hwy 89 and Hwy 64, 9.4 miles west on SR 64 from US Highway 89, Cameron, AZ 86020
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Great Views....Worth the Effort

This is worth a stop either going into the East Gate of Grand Canyon or when you come out. You can miss it so watch out for it, it is 9.4 miles west of Cameron. The infrastructure... read more

Reviewed 10 January 2017
TutinsPony
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Phoenix, Arizona
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Mexico City
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

We went to the Grand Canyon for the third time. In this occasion in winter. But the whole canyon was covered by a winter fog, so we never saw the canyon. This was a good option to at least have a close view of a canyon. It's not as spectacular but it's great anyway.

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Birmingham, Alabama
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was a great stop coming out of the Grand Canyon. After we finished the south rim and headed east on 64, we discovered this stop. Well worth it! It was about a 15 min hike from the parking lot. Beautiful deep gorge and not crowded.

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Phoenix, Arizona
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Reviewed 10 January 2017

This is worth a stop either going into the East Gate of Grand Canyon or when you come out. You can miss it so watch out for it, it is 9.4 miles west of Cameron. The infrastructure is not that great, parking f busy is difficult There are some huts where you can buy local jewllery. There is a rocky... More 

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PHOENIX
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Reviewed 4 November 2016

I love to stop here there are always cool Navajo stalls with goods to buy or just look at. the canyon is pretty cool, I believe this si where the tight rope walker walked over and called it the grand canyon

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Frankfurt, Germany
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Reviewed 1 November 2016

The Little Colorado Gorge is breathtaking. I recommend, good shoes, a bottle of water and time to sit and listen to nature. When last there, we had the pleasure of watching ravens swoop and soar above and in the canyon. Hearing the wing beat of a raven is truly a blessing.

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Greater Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 28 October 2016

If you are traveling Highway 64 to the Grand Canyon you will find this stop on your right some nine miles past Cameron. It provides a great way to view the Little Colorado River. It is a place for the locals to sell stuff . There are a number of places along the road where you can get similar views.

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Torrance, California
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Reviewed 14 October 2016 via mobile

The first overlook stop on 64 headed to the east entrance of the Grand Canyon is a highlight of our trip. We stopped for lunch here and was not disappointed. Excellent spot for photos! Shaded picnic tables with ridiculous views! Several restrooms, navajo crafts, and some info about native americans are also here. There is a voluntary donation to the... More 

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Detriot
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Reviewed 28 September 2016

Navajo run stop on the road to the Eastern entrance of the Grand Canyon. Very friendly people. Lovely views. Nice small jewelry and other native made gifts. We brought a pottery bear. We saw a similar one in Sedona for three times the price we paid here. Worth a visit if you are going past.

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Appleton, WI
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Reviewed 28 August 2016

Weren't sure what this was and just stopped in to see the vendors and the scenic overlook...glad we did! Such nice people for vendors and views were pretty too! Glad we bought our jewelry here....best around!

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New Orleans,Louisiana
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

This place is worth a stop. I am a boy from southern Louisiana. For the entirety of my life I have resided below or slightly above sea level. The deepest canyon I see on a regular basis is the 17th Street Canal and it's not very impressive. On my way to visit The Grand Canyon, I saw many things I... More 

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