ARIZONA ~ COLORADO ~ NEVADA ~ NEW MEXICO ~ UTAH


Arizona

Antelope Canyon Tours | The Grand Circle Association

Antelope Canyon Tours is a Navajo-owned, customer service oriented business that specializes in slot canyon tours around Page, Arizona / Lake Powell Area. One of our primary offerings is our guest seeing Antelope Canyon through the eyes of a Navajo guide.

Antelope Point Marina on Lake Powell | The Grand Circle Association

Lake Powell awaits with dazzling red rock cliffs, beaches of fine salmon-colored sand, brilliant blue waters, 96 major canyons and over 2,000 miles of shoreline. Antelope Point Marina is your perfect gateway to Lake Powell and the closest land-accessible marina to Lake Powell’s most popular destination Rainbow Bridge National Monument.

Horseshoe Bend Rafting | The Grand Circle Association

See and experience Horseshoe Bend from a whole new perspective! Our 1/2 Day Horseshoe Bend Rafting Trip is a must-do addition to your exploration of the Colorado River and the American southwest. Your trip starts with a two-mile tunnel drive to the base of Glen Canyon Dam where you’ll board your river raft.

Meteor Crater & Barringer Space Museum | The Grand Circle Association

A True Wonder of the World! Nestled on its north rim, Meteor Crater Visitor Center is one of the most popular attractions in Northern Arizona. Visitors can choose to experience the Crater in an air-conditioned indoor viewing area, outside on one of the observation decks and self-guided trails, or on a guided tour along the rim.

Pink® Jeep® Tours | The Grand Circle Association

Since 1960, our tours have become known as “must-do” experiences. Whether you’re seeking an up-close look at Sedona’s red rocks or unrivaled insight into the Grand Canyon, we have the perfect tours for you. We create experiences through breathtaking guided tour adventures in our custom and one-of-a-kind Jeeps or Tour Trekkers.

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Colorado


Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad | The Grand Circle Association

The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad is a narrow gauge, steam-powered scenic railroad. Built in 1880, the track between Antonito and Chama was part of the San Juan Extension of the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad. Its path through steep passes and deep gorges is the stuff of adventure novels and was an engineering feat at the time.

Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad | The Grand Circle Association

Step back in time with a ride behind a coal-fired, steam-powered vintage locomotive through the magnificent mountains of southwest Colorado. Durango was founded by the Denver & Rio Grande Railway in 1879. The railroad arrived in Durango on August 5, 1881 and construction on the line to Silverton began in the fall of the same year.

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Nevada

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New Mexico


Acoma / Sky City Cultural Center and Haak’u Museum | The Grand Circle Association

Sky City Cultural Center and Haak’u Museum, rich in cultural architecture, serves as the reception center and museum for visitors to the Pueblo of Acoma. It is the gateway to Acoma “Sky City”. Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico is more than just a tourist destination.

Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad | The Grand Circle Association

The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad is a narrow gauge, steam-powered scenic railroad. Built in 1880, the track between Antonito and Chama was part of the San Juan Extension of the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad. Its path through steep passes and deep gorges is the stuff of adventure novels and was an engineering feat at the time.

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Utah


Wild Expeditions | The Grand Circle Association

Southeast Utah, and specifically the Bears Ears region, is one of the last wild frontiers and at the forefront of issues surrounding public lands. Four Corners Adventures was established in 2010 partnering with Wild Rivers Expeditions in 2013 together specializing in wilderness experiences by land and river.

Moab Adventure Center | The Grand Circle Association

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