The immense gorge in Arizona is more than a mile deep and over six million years old. Though it is not the largest canyon in the world, it stands out due to its colorful landscape and successful preservation, led by President Theodore Roosevelt. Visit these sites to explore the Grand Canyon for yourself, or check out our TripSpot Grand Canyon page.
Grand Canyon Field Institute Tour
Click on the red dots on the interactive map to see cliffs, woods, gardens and the Colorado River - the many faces of the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon Explorer
Click on different images on the map to see various layers of rock in the Grand Canyon. Also, read about the history and formation of the gigantic gorge.
Grand Canyon National Park
Navigate Rim Trail for yourself by clicking on the black dots below the photo. While you're there, check out Yavapai Point and the Grand Canyon Village.