Kaibab National Forest

After leaving Marble Canyon and the Navajo Bridge we started going up the Kaibab Plateau which has an elevation of over 9,000 feet. We got gas at a station near Jacob’s Lake and began heading south on Highway 67 (which is closed from November – March, or so) through the Kaibab Forest. It’s a 45 minute drive from Jacob’s Lake to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.

view from atop the Kaibab Plateau
Our first of many buffalo sightings
We aren’t the type of people to wait in a line to take our picture next to a sign. I had to crop out the people who were having their picture taken. I just took one from the car.

Next up – more North Rim pictures form the good camera,



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