Grand Canyon – Wonder Of Nature
Grand Canyon is considered as one of the seven natural wonders of the world and thousands of tourists a year travel to enjoy the spectacular view from this place. Especially in this period occurs rare phenomenon in the form of mist which represent a wonderful visual effect.
Grand Canyon in Colorado is not the deepest, not the biggest, but definitely is visually stunning with the most amazing landscapes. After just one visit to this place, you will easily understand why this mysterious space is so popular and why it has the status of a natural wonder of the world.
Grand Canyon through which passes the Colorado River is one of the most famous landmarks in the United States and covers an area of incredible 446 km through the Desert Mountains of northern Arizona. Named for one of the Seven Wonders of Nature, it was declared a National Park in 1919. Here you can see incredibly deep deeps, breathtaking cliffs in shades of red, orange and gold, purple slopes, clean water and other majestic scenes that make this place one of the most beautiful landscapes on earth. The width of the ravine varies between 6, 5 km and 29 km. Up to 90 m wide riverbed, depth creates a narrow channel on which Colorado peaceful flowing to California Bay.
Only when the river was already high and will rise to the level of water twenty meters, can be understood how Colorado over millions of years managed to lose his bed so deep in the Earth’s crust. The southern part of the canyon is the one which is most popular for visitors because it comes easily from the main road and offers stunning panoramic views and hiking. In the Grand Canyon you can find very spectacular, but hidden places, like waterfalls, pools, narrow passages and oases.
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