GRAND CANYON TRAVEL VIDEO
Our hearts raced, adrenaline was pumping and there was a magnetic pull to the center of the canyon. It gave us a boost of energy to experience this amazing place and it proved way mightier than we had thought.
We were told there are areas of the canyon that are so deep and narrow that they only experience 30 minutes of light a day. It has supposedly been inhabited for thousands of years and some Native American tribes still call it home today. The Pueblo Indians consider the site to be holy and over 5 million tourists visit each year.
We will never forget our afternoon spent at the Grand Canyon National Park and we would absolutely visit it again. See what happens next on our cross-country adventure here!
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