32 Facts About Grand Canyon

1. Grand Canyon Tours from the South Rim offer the broadest range of experiences from Rafting, Helicopter, Airplane, Motorcoach, Jeep, Biking and much, much more.

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2. Grand Canyon tours are numerous and cater to many particular interests.

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3. Grand Canyon has some of the most pristine night skies on the planet.

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4. Grand Canyon is one of the world's most awesome erosional features.

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5. Grand Canyon is a national park that was created by erosion from the Colorado River.

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6. The Grand Canyon is 277 miles long, which starts near the Utah border and ends near the Nevada border.

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7. Grand Canyon is a national park located in Northern Arizona on the Colorado Plateau.

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8. The Grand Canyon was set aside by the US government in 1908 as a national monument.

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9. The Grand Canyon includes many tributary side canyons and surrounding plateaus.

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10. Grand Canyon lies in the southwestern portion of the Colorado Plateau, which occupies a large area of the southwestern United States and consists essentially of horizontal layered rocks and lava flows.

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11. In 2014, the Grand Canyon was designated as a Globally Important Bird Area to recognize the important role the park plays in protecting hundreds of bird species.

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12. Grand Canyon is home to a wide variety of plants and animals.

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13. The Grand Canyon is an experience you have to see in person to appreciate.

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14. Grand Canyon is divided into the North Rim and the South Rim.

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15. Grand Canyon is in the northwest corner of Arizona, close to the borders of Utah and Nevada.

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16. Grand Canyon is indeed a very big hole in the ground.

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17. The Grand Canyon is so big and so diverse that visitors can actually experience completely different ecosystems.

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18. Grand Canyon displays a geological phenomenon known as the Great Unconformity.

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19. Grand Canyon is one of the most recognizable places on Earth.

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20. Grand Canyon is so large with such a significant difference in elevation, there is a lot of variation in climate throughout the Canyon.

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21. The Grand Canyon is over 277 miles long and over 1 mile deep.

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22. The Grand Canyon was carved over some 6 million years.

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23. The Grand Canyon is one of the most visited national parks in the United States.

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24. The Grand Canyon is a mile deep, 277 miles long and 18 miles wide.

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25. The Grand Canyon is bigger than the state of Rhode Island.

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26. Grand Canyon formed during the latter part of the runoff phase of the Flood.

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27. Grand Canyon is EHX's most advanced multifunction delay and looper pedal.

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28. Grand Canyon is a steep-sided canyon carved by the Colorado River and its tributaries which cut their channels through layer after layer of rock while the Colorado Plateau was uplifted.

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29. In 1956, the Grand Canyon was the site of the deadliest commercial aviation disaster in history at the time.

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30. Grand Canyon is a river valley in the Colorado Plateau that exposes uplifted Proterozoic and Paleozoic strata, and is one of the six distinct physiographic sections of the Colorado Plateau province.

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31. Grand Canyon became an official national monument in 1908 and a national park in 1919.

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32. Grand Canyon is a steep-sided canyon carved by the Colorado River in Arizona, United States.

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