Fall creation tour of Grand Canyon is Sept. 24

Hikers descend the Grand Canyon’s South Kaibab Trail. (Michael Quinn/National Park Service, file)

Hikers descend the Grand Canyon’s South Kaibab Trail. (Michael Quinn/National Park Service, file)

The fall creation tour of the Grand Canyon will be on Saturday, Sept. 24.

The bus leaves from the Walmart parking lot on Highway 69 at 8 a.m. and returns at 7:15 p.m. on a Master’s Touch luxury bus.

The tour is led by Russ Miller, the only full-time creation speaker in Arizona, and David McNabb, director of the Prescott Creation Society.

Participants will learn about how the canyon was formed by the global flood and see where creation rock meets the rock layers put down by the flood, and much more, according to a news release. It is a great day of learning, fellowship and fun in God’s glorious creation.

The cost is $150 for adults and $80 for students, which includes bus travel, speakers, park entrance, lunch on the rim, snacks and waters.

For payment info, call McNabb at 928-771-1218, or email mcnabbprescott@aol.com. 

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