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  1. See canyon country as the early explorers did—from the middle of the Colorado River.

    2 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    17.1 miles
    The time this run takes depends largely on the water level. (Consider, too, the time it takes to set a shuttle at the end of a 13-mile run—unless you'll be making your way back up the canyon under your own power!)
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