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The view at the Grand Canyon is extraordinary. So is the impression it will make on you.
Deserts are a barren wasteland? Uh-uh. Here, the desert is alive with condors, Gila monsters and cacti as far as the eye can see. Along with some of the most otherworldly sunrises and sunsets one could possibly imagine. For hikers, nature buffs and amateur photographers, this is paradise.
When one takes a close look at these red-hued walls, you’re getting a glimpse at the world as it was eons ago. The Grand Canyon is a staggering place to comprehend. With more than 5 million years of stories to tell, isn’t it about time you wrote yours?
The South Rim is home to many of the Grand Canyon’s most famous hot spots.
Swing by Desert View for spectacular views, and a firsthand glimpse of the area’s art, history, and architecture.
Feeling brave? Venture out onto this glass walkway and look straight down to the Canyon floor.
Located at the bottom of the canyon, Phantom Ranch is a popular stop for rim-to-rim hikers.
The less-visited North Rim can provide a whole new view of what makes this place so special.
The mighty river that created the massive canyon delights adventurous rafters every year.
The Grand Canyon inspires grand adventures. Here are some of the best ways to experience this world-famous destination.
From hotel lodging to RV campsites, a variety of overnight accommodations are available on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Get a sneak peak of the sights and wonders that await you with these outstanding Grand Canyon photos.
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