The Ultimate Guide to Grand Canyon National Park

No wonder Teddy Roosevelt called the Grand Canyon “the one great sight which every American should see.” Walk to its edge, and the earth falls away into an expanse of peaks, plateaus, and gorges so vast it can be disorienting. Descend below the rim, and the sense of awe only grows. The canyon is essentially an inverted, 6,000-foot, 277-mile-long mountain range, where you are dwarfed by sheer stone walls stacked to the sky…

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