These photos are in reverse order to show the Grand Canyon first. Scroll down to see more then go to the next page from the bottom.
Private Vehicle for 1-7 days is $25 or for a year it's $50 (Jan 2013)
The Grand Canyon is 30 minutes away and the sun is getting low in the sky...
Just follow the signs. Take Highway 40 to 64 north.
Williams AZ an old Route 66 town is on the National Register of Historic Places
Snow along Route 66 in Arizona in January on the way to the Grand Canyon.
If you don't want to drive yourself - you can take a Pink Jeep tour.
You can rent a Mustang convertible and drive to the dam yourself.
There are the toilets.
You can get food and gifts at the dam. Right behind me - under the stairs going to the parking structure are the toilets.
Mike Callaghan - Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge
Looking down into where the river comes into the dam with the hydroelectric generators.
Looking down the side of the dam - it's a LONG way down.
The Hoover Dam was constructed between 1931 and 1935.
You're supposed to rub the feet for luck. See how shiny they are?!
You take the stairs from the parking lot then an escalator or elevator down for the tours.
From the parking structure.
As you drive in to the Hoover Dam, you see all the power facilities.
Lake Mead on the way to the Hoover Dam.