Grand Canyon National Park interpretive rangers are well known for their keen knowledge of the park’s natural resources, helpful safety tips, and invaluable advice on where best to experience everything from a dramatic sunset to a juicy hamburger. Collectively they connect with hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the world in any given year in a wide variety of ways.
One of the more inventive twists in their decades-old programming is a lively (and convincing) portrayal of historical Grand Canyon characters provided on several evenings each summer. This production entitled “Echoes from the Canyon” will be performed August 8th and 22nd at the McKee Amphitheater.
The event is free, and certain to whisk the audience back to the rough and tumble days of Grand Canyon’s pioneer era. Follow this link for more information: