[SUNDAY FEATURE] Where will the prayers go if Grand Canyon is developed?

az-daily-sun-confluence-article-10-20-13By Julie Cart | Los Angeles Times

Plans near Grand Canyon could curb the number of visitors, officials say

At the rim of the Grand Canyon, busloads of Chinese tourists jostled on a recent day with twenty-something backpackers and an Amish family with rambunctious boys in suspenders and straw hats, all eager for a prime viewing spot.

They gazed out on a dizzying sight of receding canyons and sheer rock walls, with the Colorado River cutting though the canyon floor a mile down.

Generations of park managers have tried to preserve that natural vista, but officials here say a proposed development would alter the view.

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