The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a National Park in the state of Arizona. It was formed by the Colorado River eroding its banks over millions of years and is: 227 long, up to 18 miles wide and is over a mile deep in places.

Many tourists from around the world visit the Grand Canyon to:
  • admire the many impressive rock formations;
  • spot wildlife like big horn sheep, coyote or eagles;
  • take trips on the Colorado River in boats and rafts;
  • go walking on the hiking trails;
  • ride on mules up and down the canyon.
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