The area known as the Arizona Strip is unlike anywhere
else in the Continental US. This is an area that is so vast,
remote, and isolated that even today there is little evidence of modern
civilization. The Arizona Strip encompasses five million acres of
land, that is almost completely disconnected from the rest of Arizona.
The Canyons of the Colorado River are the reason this area is so
isolated. The Colorado River flows down Glen Canyon from the Utah
border and feeds into the Grand Canyon, and at the bottom of the Grand
Canyon is Lake Mead and the Nevada border.