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Dating the grand canyon

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There are countless vista points along the trails with one stunning view followed by another. Although most provide moments of rest and easier climbing, no one should attempt a one-day hike in and out of the canyon.See Zoroaster Temple from Hopi Pointe, a prominent and unique rock formation named for a Persian prophet, Hermit’s Rest, the stone depot built by the railroad but designed by famous frontier-woman, Mary Colter, that indicates the end of Hermit Road, or simply take in the overwhelming view at Bright Angel Point. But hiking down even part way gives you a chance to see the world change drastically around you and maybe feel the same sense of awe and maybe even the claustrophobia early explorers spoke of.

The reason they give it so much attention is because of its obvious implications.Your eyes are filled with the canyon around you, pictures never having done it justice, as your mule meanders his way down the trail to the bottom where a boat waits at the edge of the Colorado River.You snake around and into Redwall Cavern and you disembark to touch the walls and walk along the bank.Getting below the rim can be as easy or hard as a hiker chooses and the ways down are varied. High rollers can reward a good day at the table with a flight or a ride from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon.Phoenix too is an easy place to make camp and still see the sites.The centerpiece of this section is the review of the major work of creation scientists, Grand Canyon: Monument to Catastrophe, published by the Institute for Creation Research.

(Did you know that you can be a Christian, and believe that the earth is billions of years old?

If it was formed over millions of years, then the earth must be old.

The articles presented here fall into two categories.

This was by far the most amazing trip and tour I have ever experienced. The were professional, informative and added a bit of humor to calm any fears someone may have. Everything was on time and smoother and well orchestrated. Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam and Valley of Fire are among the world’s top travel destinations.

Our tour guide Mike on land was awesome and informative as well. Every year, millions of people come to enjoy these natural and manmade wonders.

And when they visit they take lots of photos—hundreds, maybe even thousands of them!