Colorado River's Grand Canyon is a world wonder. This 277-mile-long, 1-mile-deep, 5 to 18-mile-wide canyon is beyond description.
While you’re at the Grand Canyon, you cannot experience its great landscape and its atmosphere without actually hiking across the trails.
If you want a complete and exhilarating Grand Canyon experience, float the Colorado River.
Yes, it seems like a great idea to live in a nearby motel and drive to the Grand Canyon in the morning and drive back at night.
You want an out of the world experience high in the sky then you could head to the Skywalk at Grand Canyon West.
If you don’t want to take your car and you are not into hiking, then you could always opt for biking across the Grand Canyon.
The Grand Canyon Railways are a great way to go back in time. Developed especially for tourists, the railway features strolling musicians, cowboy characters, and even some ornery train robbers set the scene for a day of family fun.
Above is better than below. Tourist businesses offer helicopter rides so visitors can view the Grand Canyon from above.
You’re most probably not going to be able to access all areas of the Grand Canyon and you will certainly miss out on some great views and scenery.
National Park Service Rangers give informative walks and activities at the Grand Canyon.
What is a tourist site without a bus tour? The Grand Canyon also offers a guided motor coach tour of the Grand Canyon.