One of many South Rim viewpoints.
Photo:National Park Service.
Nearly five million people visit Grand Canyon National Park every year. Tourists take in the expansive view, visit historic buildings on the South and North rims, stay in park lodges, hike or ride mules into the chasm, and run the Colorado River in rafts. Through these varied experiences, visitors add to the rich cultural history of human interaction at Grand Canyon. Take a virtual visit to some of these sites and read the stories of human interaction throughout the park.
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