On August 5, Patty Felder contacted park dispatch to report that her husband, Richard Felder (58), was overdue from a descent of Avalanche Canyon. They had camped together in the South Fork of Cascade Canyon the previous evening, and in the morning, Ms. Felder hiked out via Cascade Canyon while her husband left to hike out via Avalanche Canyon.

Glen and Bessie Hyde's story was the subject of a novel, Grand Ambition by Lisa Michaels which was nominated for an IMPAC Dublin Literary Award [8] and optioned for a film. Investigations and reports on the legend of Glen and Bessie Hyde include Sunk Without a Sound: The Tragic Colorado River Honeymoon of Glen and Bessie Hyde , in a National Public Radio report for NPR's Morning Edition , [9] and the musical River's End by Cheryl Coons (book and lyrics) and Chuck Larkin (music). Both Grand Ambition and Sunk Without a Sound were chosen for the ONEBOOK Arizona program in 2005. [10] Otis "Dock" Marston devoted an entire chapter to the couple, titled "Hyde and Go Seek" in his exhaustive recounting of the first 100 river runners through the Grand Canyon. His book, From Powell to Power, was published posthumously in 2014. [11] Their story also was included in the PBS series, The National Parks: America's Best Idea . Araya from the show Mystery Hunters also investigated the Grand Canyon to see what had happened to the newly wedded couple.

VIETNAM –  KEN BURNS & LYNN NOVICK I watched the PBS Television series on the . I did not serve – I made no apology then and find no need to apologize now that I anguished for years to not be…

To learn more about hiking in Grand Canyon's backcountry, please visit the park's web site at /grca/planyourvisit/, or call the Backcountry Information Center at (928) 638-7875 between the hours of 1 . and 5 ., Monday through Friday.

A trip out to the west rim and the fabulous Skywalk bridge from Las Vegas is one of the most common tours you will see and it’s a tempting proposition.

Even the seatpost and integrated cockpit get the squared-off treatment: even the seatpost and integrated cockpit get the squared-off treatment

 On March 11, 2017, at approximately 1:30PM, YCSO deputies were dispatched to a section of the Verde River near Highway 260 at the end of Beaver Drive, Camp Verde, regarding a stranded kayaker. The reporting party indicated the kayaker, a 36-year-old woman from Glendale, was stuck on a rock in the middle of the river as her kayak filled with water. She reportedly could not feel her legs. Although wearing a vest, she wisely remained stationary awaiting rescue personnel while people on shore maintained visual contact and updated the YCSO dispatch center.

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