At almost 5 million visitors per year, the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona is one of the most popular landmarks and tourist destinations in the United States of America. At its narrowest point, the Grand Canyon is nearly 10 miles wide and 5,000 feet deep. The Grand Canyon is upto 277 river miles (or 446km) long and 18 miles (or 29km) wide at its widest point.
90% of the visitors to this amazing and magnificent natural formation see the Grand Canyon from the ‘South Rim’ and claim to have seen it all.
Here is what they miss when they don’t travel below the rim.
These magnificent pictures showcase the Grand Canyon in all its glory and beyond the touristy South Rim. If you want to bask in the glory of the Grand Canyon and see some of the most magnificent views on Planet Earth, go beyond and below the Rim. Take a look at the pictures and ascertain for yourself.
The Grand Canyon is more than 5,000 feet deep and 10 miles wide at its narrowest point.
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