Tall Tales From The Field

Do Not Stop At The Bar Before Viewing North Rim

At the North Rim of The Grand Canyon sits The Grand Canyon Lodge which of course has a bar.  The bar is less than 100 feet from the rim. And at night, the rim has no lights and very steep drops into the abyss.  And with a thunderstorm approaching, the mood reminded me of one of those scenes in Apocalypse Now.  You better watch and know where you’re going. These images were captured last Thursday. Click on image for larger view.

North Rim Grand Canyon

I doubt he went to the bar.

North Rim Grand Canyon

That ledge is leaning towards the left.

North Rim Me_1114

He’s playing it smart, not too dangerous!

North Rim Sunset

Thankfully there are rails at this point. The bar is very close.

North Rim Sunset

North Rim Sunset

Another peaceful Grand Canyon Sunset

North Rim Sunset

The lodge is perched on the edge and storm clouds are brewing

North Rim Sunset

Another peaceful Grand Canyon picture

North Rim Sunset

The night is falling


North Rim Lightning

The first of many lightning strikes. DO NOT hold onto the rails.

North Rim Lightning

A composite of three lightning strikes

North Rim Grand Canyon Under a Half Moon

The storm passed to the west and a bright moon lit up the canyon.


6 responses

  1. Really jealous, here in the Nether-lands! 😉 Great set.


    September 10, 2014 at 10:55 AM

    • We get a lot of people from The Netherlands visiting this part of the country. And they are all very, very nice people!


      September 11, 2014 at 12:26 AM

  2. Amy

    Spectacular views! Great captures.


    September 10, 2014 at 12:43 PM

  3. Yikes! I’m getting vertigo just looking at your amazing photos! Seriously. Brave souls those who walk out to the edge. Thanks for sharing, though. A place I’ve always wanted to visit!


    September 11, 2014 at 8:59 PM

  4. I really really really like them very much


    September 13, 2014 at 12:45 PM

  5. Beautiful.


    July 24, 2016 at 10:45 PM

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