Hiking in Arizona's Grand Canyon
This travel souvenir from United States talks about a sunny atmosphere in monumental rock formations and about a river that for millions of years carved this steep cavity into the earth. Yes, it is about the Grand Canyon. Travelers have found that arriving at the Grand Canyon from the South is much easier than if coming from the North, especially when driving along Interstate 40. No matter where they are coming from, the canyon provides them with a well of extraordinary experiences. To have a full experience of the site, travelers can walk or ride on horseback. One of the most challenging experiences is to walk up from the floor of the canyon to the rim. Rangers usually discourage climbers to try it in one day. Visitors can get sun heat as temperatures can go really high.
Grand Canyon's Best sightseeing Sites
Possibly, one of the best aspects of the canyon is seen from the sky and many traveler's board helicopters and planes to enjoy a panoramic view that they usually find beyond worldly standards. If you are not sure of flying, you can head to the canyon best sightseeing points. One of the most popular sites is Lipan Point. From there, you'll be able to enjoy views of the interior of the canyon. By all means, this is a great travel souvenir to take back home.