Grand Canyon’s North Rim is the least-visited of the national parks main cliff-top vantage points. It’s an 835-mile drive from Sacramento, and 265 miles from Las Vegas.
Grand Canyon’s North Rim is the least-visited of the national parks main cliff-top vantage points. It’s an 835-mile drive from Sacramento, and 265 miles from Las Vegas. Susan Spano Los Angeles Times file
Grand Canyon’s North Rim is the least-visited of the national parks main cliff-top vantage points. It’s an 835-mile drive from Sacramento, and 265 miles from Las Vegas. Susan Spano Los Angeles Times file
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Discoveries: Grand Canyon’s North Rim is remotely satisfying

July 31, 2015 05:01 PM

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Sam McManis has covered travel and recreation at The Sacramento Bee since 2011, criss-crossing California to report on interesting, humorous, unexpected and sometimes truly strange stories. When he's not driving all over the state for work, McManis likes to run on the many mountain trails California boasts. Contact Sam McManis at smcmanis@sacbee.com or 916-321-1145. Twitter: @SamMcManis