Arizona Strip - Pool


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A natural pool near the Grand Canyon's North Rim.

The Arizona Strip comprises nearly 5 million acres and stretching from the Colorado River to the northern border with Utah. It is an arid, rugged landscape with varied elevation and intriguing sights. Native populations, including the Navajo and Paiute, have long occupied the Strip. In the mid-to-late 1700s, Spanish explorers journeyed through the region, and in the mid-1800s, white settlers began homesteading there. By 1900 Utah started showing an interest in annexing the area.

Photo Courtesy of the Sharlot Hall Museum.


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