See mile-deep canyons, odd rock formations, lush waterfalls, and glorious overlooks at the rim in Grand Canyon National Park and the northern Arizona region.
Don't miss views including Mather Point, Yavapai Point, Desert View, Grandview Point, Pima Point, and Hermit's Rest
The Grand Canyon's night skies are exceptionally dark, making the park a fantastic place for stargazing.
This animation starts at Lees Ferry near the eastern end of the Grand Canyon. The journey ends at the Grand Wash Cliffs on the western edge.
A Canyon vacation is a bit of a road trip. Be sure to stop and see other natural monuments, hoodoos, arches, natural bridges and caverns in the area.
Waterfalls around the Grand Canyon can range from trickling water to a raging cascade, but they're fun either way. Learn about Grand Falls and Encinoso Falls here.
The Grand Canyon is the ultimate canyon, but it's only one of many canyons that are worthy of seeing and experiencing during your Arizona vacation.
It's just a short jont to Toroweap (also called Tuweep) Overlook, Monument Valley, Goosenecks State Park, San Francisco Peaks, Oak Creek Canyon, Vermiliion Cliffs, Hoover Dam, Lake Powell, and London Bridge.
The Grand Canyon is one of the only places in the world where visitors can hold a chunk of rock that's nearly 2 billion years old.
After a long hike on the Havasupai Indian Reservation, enjoy three refreshing waterfalls in the canyon, Havasu Falls, Mooney Falls and Navajo Falls.
The Grand Canyon state is home to two prominent deserts, the Sonoran and Mojave. See majestic joshua tree sentinels and brilliant cactus flowers.
More than half of Arizona consists of mountains and plateau regions. The highest point is Humphrey's Peak towering 12,633 feet near Flagsgtaff.
So many river options on a hot day in the Grand Canyon!
Expect a quite trip, filled with moments of introspective thought, but at times the silence might be interrupted by a helicopter tour.
Outside of the Grand Canyon National Park on the Hualapai Indian Reservation lies the Grand Canyon Skywalk, Eagle Point, and Guano Point.
Don't miss the views at the Grand Canyon's quieter side - the North Rim. Top views can be had at Cape Royal and Point Imperial.
Most people don't think of pine forests when they visit the Grand Canyon. However, the world's largest Ponderosa pine forest is in Arizona.
You don’t have to visit Grand Canyon National Park to experience its spectacular attractions like Hopi Point, Bright Angel Trail and Phantom Ranch.
Named after the Roman god, Vulcan, Vulcan's Anvil is considered a sacred part of the Grand Canyon National Park.