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Grand Canyon Ranch

Grand Canyon Ranch Review

Sprawling at the base of Spirit Mountain, this historic 106,000-acre working cattle ranch takes guests on an adventure to the Old West. Corriente cattle still roam the hills and their cowboy caretakers guide horseback tours and horse-drawn wagon rides through the rugged countryside. Tap Duncan (a member of the Hole-in-the-Wall Gang) lived here, and Andy Devine supposedly spent some time working here. The ranch now offers rustic cabins, home-cooked meals, horseback riding, wagon rides, and a helicopter tour of Grand Canyon West. Take U.S. 93 north from Kingman 40 miles and turn right onto Pierce Ferry Road. Follow the paved road for 29 miles, then turn right onto the unpaved Diamond Bar Ranch Road. The Grand Canyon West Ranch is 5.5 miles farther on the right side of the road. Located just 14 miles southwest of Grand Canyon West, the ranch is a popular stopping-off point for day-trippers seeking spectacular canyon views in this remote region. Call ahead to arrange your visit. A variety of packages are available, with or without meal plans, depending on which activities you're interested in.

Updated: 02-22-2013

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