Grand Canyon Landscapes

Explore rock formations, caverns, plant life, and the flawless skies of the Grand Canyon area.

Celestron Star Gazing with a Telescope

Celestron’s Top Spots to Setup a Telescope in the Grand Canyon

Hundreds of species of mammals, birds, amphibians, and reptiles roam the Grand Canyon. See wildlife and wild skie up close with a telescope. Read More...

Geology Display in Grand Canyon

Get a First Hand Look at the Earth’s Geology in the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon Geology 101

Grand Canyon View

Grand Canyon Among the Seven Natural Wonders of the World

Considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the canyon stretches an impressive 227 miles long and averages over ten miles wide. Read More...

Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument Night Skies

Grand Canyon-Parashant Designated Flawless Skies

The Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument has been awarded international “Night Sky Province” status for its unspoiled quality of its pristine and breathtaking night skies. Read More...

Glen Canyon Dam

Man-made Floods Help the Colorado River

Man-made Floods Help the Colorado River


New Beaches in Grand Canyon

Intentional flooding causes new beaches.

Grand Canyon South Rim

The Sounds of the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon Silence

Rafting By Vulcans Anvil

Vulcan’s Anvil

Named after the Roman god, Vulcan, Vulcan’s Anvil is considered a sacred part of the Grand Canyon National Park. Read More...

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