Grand Canyon

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Grand Canyon — Considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World, this awe-inspiring national park is visited annually by more than five-million people. Gouged by the Colorado River more than six-million years ago, the 277-mile-long Grand Canyon is over a mile deep in places. Native Americans have called this area home for thousands of years.

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For Mother Nature's sublime landscapes and endless opportunities for outdoor pursuits.

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