Horseback riding, horseshoe pitching, skeet shooting, and other activities are available for our fun-filled day. In the evening, there is a teaching on the creationist’s view of Grand Canyon by ICR Scientist Frank Sherwin, and loads of stories of mountain men and explorers by historian Bill Potter.
Overnight accommodation options include sleeping in a Conestoga covered wagon, on the beautiful deck or in the lodge. The next morning, an exhilarating helicopter ride will whisk us to the Canyon floor where the lower 50 miles of Grand Canyon are explored for two and a half days. Finishing on Lake Mead, the last 40 miles are traveled by jet-boat to meet an air-conditioned motor coach for the return to Las Vegas, arriving by 5:00 PM on Thursday, August 2.