Don't miss out on any of the best spots in the Grand Canyon! This list is a comprehensive guide to the North and South Rim viewpoints, hikes, and points of interest that you can't miss on your first visit. This guide is written by a former park ranger and has some amazing tips! 12 Things You Can't Miss on Your First Visit to the Grand Canyon || Grand Canyon National Park || Dirt In My Shoes

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Havasu Falls in Arizona is paradise on Earth. It is an incredible waterfall located in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Even though it’s not easy to hike there, this place is definitely worth a visit. Havasu Falls is part of the Havasupai American Indian Reservation. Havasupai means “people of the blue-green water”, an apt description when you see the lustrous, natural water colour. The hike starts at Hualapai Hilltop, which is a hundred miles from civilization - be well prepared before…

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When i go to GC i want to start here at the bottom and look up and say this to I shall conquer. avast Creek, Grand Canyon National Park

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Antelope Canyon Near the Grand Canyon, USA. Antelope Canyon in Arizona on the Navajo Indian Reservation is the most photographed slot canyon in America. It's a sacred and spiritual place. Serene and mystical. A quiet reverence. A special work of art created by nature. An unimaginable blend of glowing pastel colors made brilliant by cascading beams of sunlight that illuminate an artful collection of sculpted sandstone in infinite shape and form.

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The rim-to-rim hike in Grand Canyon National Park is a classic bucket list adventure. Here's what you need to know before conquering this epic hike.

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