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Grand Canyon tram plan sparks ire, awe from Navajo Nation to Germany (access required)

Scottsdale-based Confluence Partners, LLC wants to build a restaurant, hotels and an RV park on the rim of the canyon, along with a tram that could carry 10,000 passengers per day.

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