Grand Canyon - This is the main setting of The Man Who Walked Through Time. Fletcher calls it "a chasm that slices through the plateau country of northern Arizona like a gigantic and impossible desert crevasse." (p.3)
Colorado River - This waterway lies at the bottom of the gorge that is the main setting for The Man Who Walked Through Time. Geologists believe the waterway formed the gorge through erosion over a period of millions of years.
Bass Camp - This was the settlement erected by a guide and dude ranch owner in the late nineteenth century. It is one of the places used by Fletcher as a rendezvous point for obtaining rations.
Tonto Platform - This place is a large shelf that rests atop the Great Unconformity.
Hualpai Hilltop - This place, located on the rim, is the starting point for Fletcher's journey.
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