Whether you are a nature lover or a chic city person, you absolutely must visit Grand Canyon National Park at least once in your life.
20 Pictures to Inspire You to Visit Grand Canyon National Park
Grand Canyon National Park is majestic and huge. Every time you visit the Grand Canyon, it literally blows your mind. Looking at the canyon makes you feel small and insignificant. It’s similar to a feeling you get when standing in front of the ocean and observing its incredibly powerful waves. With its impressive size of 277 miles long and up to 18 miles wide, Grand Canyon National Park is regarded as the most popular attraction in Arizona.
The single most important creator and designer of the Grand Canyon is the Colorado River. For over two billion years it was steadily cutting through layer of rocks of the uplifted Colorado Plateau to shape the famous rock walls, trenches, and chasms. When you visit the Grand Canyon and see all its miracles, you can’t not bow your head in deference to the nature.
Debating on where to start your journey, you might want to consider a visit to either East or West Rims of the Grand Canyon. Despite all the hype associated with the Grand Canyon East Rim, we chose to venture to its less commercially-developed West Rim. Our decision was primarily based on travel time from Los Angeles to our destination. It takes approximately 5 hours to drive from LA to the West Rim as apposed to 7-8 hours to the East Rim.
Located within the Hualapai Reservation, the West Rim entices nearly a million visitors a year. With three main viewpoints available, the tourists take great pleasure in admiring the natural beauty of the ancient rock formations and taking ample pictures with the famous Eagle Point in the background. Other activities include hiking to an old mining station at Guano Point, visiting a Western town when staying in Hualapai Ranch cabins, and experiencing Skywalk. Any of these activities bring you tons of joy and admiration for the place. But first take a look at these pictures and get inspired for your own adventures at the Grand Canyon.
HERE ARE 20 PICTURES TO INSPIRE YOU TO VISIT THE GRAND CANYON:
Wow, loving these pictures! I’ll definitely have to put the Grand Canyon on my bucket list! It looks incredible 😀
Yes, it is a good idea since, no matter how good the pictures are, they give you only a sneak peek to this place.
Love your pictures and looks like you had a great time. Interesting landscape. When’s the best season to visit you think?
Thank you! We went there in January, and the weather was just fine: neither hot, nor cold. I would definitely recommend to go there during that time 🙂