Battle over public lands shifts to D.C. as Flake, Gosar push for sale in La Paz County
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Centuries ago, people built shelters into the canyon's walls, taking advantage of ledges and overhangs. Navajo people still live and work in the canyon, and visitors must arrange for a guided tour to enter the canyon (highly recommended, because only then can you see and appreciate the many ruins and pictographs carved into the walls). The RepublicFullscreen Imagine living perched on the side of a cliff, as the Navajos did at Canyon... read more