Information on Visiting the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon Information

The Grand Canyon is one of America's greatest National Parks.  This vast expanse has more options for visitors than they could enjoy in three lifetimes, so it helps to have a guide to lead you where you want to be.  The section of the website has the best Grand Canyon blog and information on photography, artists, videos and educational information to make sure you're heading the the canyon with the knowledge you need for the trip of a lifetime.

One of the 7 wonders of the natural world travelers from every corner of the globe have the Grand Canyon on their To Do List.  If you're one of these people you've come to the right place.  Grand Canyon Guru is dedicated to providing the best travel planning information for the worlds Grandest Canyon.  Developed by a Grand Canyon local this site is the top vacation guide for anything you need to know about America's favorite National Park.  Whether you're looking for a Grand Canyon Tour, Grand Canyon Hotel, or information on Hiking, River Rafting, Helicopter Flights, or the Skywalk, the Guru is your best source for Grand Canyon Information. Read the guide below to learn more.

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Over ten million years ago, the Colorado River began carving out what would eventually become the one of the greatest wonders of the natural world, the Grand Canyon. Today white water rafters traverse the Grand Canyons 277 miles down the Colorado River, which is also used to measure the length of the Canyon. The Grand Canyon is neither the widest nor the deepest canyon in the world, but it is certainly the most spectacular because it exposes myriad rock formations seen nowhere else in the world, some dating back 2 billion years - close to the age of the world's oldest rocks! The formation of Grand Canyon National Park came much, much later, in 1919. At the South Rim, the depth of the Canyon is 1 mile, while the elevation at the North Rim is about 1,000 ft. higher. As the crow flies, the length from rim to rim ranges from between ten and eighteen miles. Trail miles are much longer, posing an exciting challenge for the most committed of Canyon hikers.  Starting at Lee's Ferry below Lake Powell, Grand Canyon National Park encompasses a whopping 1.2 million acres, ending at Grand Wash Cliffs near Lake Mead. Parts of the Canyon are also found on Native American Reservation land.

Grand Canyon Blog

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Grand Canyon FAQ’s

Need to get frequently asked questions about the Grand Canyon answered to help plan your Grand Canyon trip? Check out our Grand Canyon FAQ’s.

Grand Canyon Education

A person can spend a lifetime learning about Grand Canyon National Park and the surrounding area. Whether you’re into geology and identifying plants, or hiking and history, the Grand Canyon makes for a great classroom for students who take an interest in its grandeur. Learn more about the canyon from our Grand Canyon Classroom.

Grand Canyon Photos

You can't find a landscape that is much more photogenic than the Grand Canyon. Check out some great images on our Photo Page. Learn more about Grand Canyon Photos.

Grand Canyon Videos

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