Obama’s ‘Grand Canyon’ tour begins, then ends in Utah
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The Obama administration is taking an official end to a tour of the Grand Canyon this week after it stopped at a campground in Utah.
The administration announced Monday it is ending the guided tour at a park in Utah’s Red Lodge Canyon.
The tour had been scheduled to start on Saturday in Utah, but the trip was postponed because of snow, a spokesman for the National Park Service said.
The agency said in a statement that the cancellation was made because the park did not have enough snow to allow for a full day’s use.
It’s been a very busy year for the Grand Teton National Park.
President Obama’s decision to end the Grand National tour was first reported by the Associated Press.
The White House said the decision was not related to the deadly storm that hit the area on Jan. 21.
The Grand Tonto National Park is home to the oldest known documented living creature, the Chupacabra.
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