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Grand Canyon from the Inside

These 2001 pictures below were taken in the last 38 miles of the Grand Canyon Colorado River section before it reaches Lake Mead.  This is the "power boat legal" section of the Grand Canyon, normally accessible by boat from Lake Mead near Pearce Ferry, but this is not the case today.  With water levels of Lake Mead so low it's not advised to travel upriver from the Pearce Ferry area.  Even jet boats will have problems in this are because of low water conditions. The water is pretty muddy looking in these areas, even more than shown below. When the water level gets backup to the 1200ft level, thats when it's good to explore this area of the Grand Canyon via Lake Mead.  About the only other way to see this incredible area is floating down a raft for 12 days. 

There are lots of trees to tie and shade up, maybe take a nap.   We tied up here for lunch. 

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Huge canyon walls abound in the Grand Canyon.

Hey, if these pictures aren't enough to get your feet moist, something may be wrong with you.

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This campsite is on the north side of the river at Separation Canyon, the turnaround point for power boats going upriver, ~37 miles upriver from Lake Mead.   These rafters had just arrived and setting up their campsites.   Keep in mind anyone you see rafting like this has been roughing it for more than a week going through the Grand Canyon.  Be nice to them.

 

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