The Colorado River that runs through the Grand Canyon is an exciting path to take during the summer. It can be a bit of trek, but it’s one of the most exciting river paths in the country. But what’s the best way to do it? Because heading down the river, old school style, might give you an appreciation for the past.
Norm Nevills, back in the 1930’s, first began to take passengers through the river. He would lead you into part of his wooden fleet and down the waters, exploring the canyon from a whole new perspective.
Of the fleet, only one boat remains. But it’s still giving passengers an amazing experience, exploring the canyon for decades. And the expeditions are still being led by the group Norm helped form so many years ago, The Canyoneers.
New York Times writer Daniel Jones has just been on one of the best trips through the Grand Canyon. Learn more about it, right here.