Beat the Heat on the Grand Canyon Railway This Summer
If you are looking to beat the heat this summer, the Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel recently announced their summer savings and family-friendly itineraries on experiences from Williams, Arizona on historic Route 66 to the fabled South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
The train departs daily at 9:30 am from Williams, Arizona and travels through ponderosa pine forests and scenic desert landscapes to the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.
On the first Saturday of each month during the summer (June 6, July 4, August 1 and September 5), the Grand Canyon Railway will feature “Steam Saturdays” and fire up its 1923 steam engine for its run from Williams to the South Rim.
Tickets start at just $29 for children and $65 for adults to enjoy the “ways of the west” all the way to the Grand Canyon and back. For more information about the Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel, visit www.thetrain.com
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