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Grand Canyon Railway, Williams, Arizona

Photo: © Grand Canyon Railway

The Grand Canyon Railway in Williams, Arizona has been the classic way to America's greatest natural wonder for over a century

Once the only way to reach the South Rim — aside from hoofing it — the Grand Canyon Railway remains the classic approach to America's greatest natural wonder. The train's varied route crosses high forest and takes a dramatic desert plunge before settling into Grand Canyon Village. Layovers of a few hours or a few days leave time for exploring and taking in the view.



 
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