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Grand Canyon National Park in 360º

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We love Grand Canyon National Park. We’ve been twice and backpacked down into the canyon both times. It’s fairly safe to say that we freaking love it down there. If you’ve only gazed out over the top of the Grand Canyon you ain’t seen nothin’! The Grand Canyon’s beauty lies below the surface, along the mighty Colorado River and Bright Angel Creek, riparian oases and starry skies. I can’t recommend vehemently enough that you get yourself to the bottom of the canyon, pronto! But in case you won’t be able to make it for a while, here are some stunning images of Grand Canyon National Park in 360 during our most recent four-day trek from the North Rim to the South Rim. We recommend viewing through a set of VR- or 360-goggles. You won’t be sorry.

The Grand Canyon National Park in 360 videos are organized by day (we crossed the canyon in a leisurely 4 days) with two extra special videos just for mesmerizing Ribbon Falls on the North Kaibab Trail and a trip to Plateau Point.

Day one from the North Rim saw us descending down, down and down on the North Kaibab Trail. Trekking poles sure come in handy when bouncing downward for miles on end.

Day two was a bit easier as the trail saw only minor dips and rises on our way from Cottonwood Campground to Phantom Ranch and Bright Angel Campground.

Day three of the backpacking trip we headed across the roaring Colorado and up toward Indian Garden Campground.

Day four was the hardest with steep climbs on endless switchbacks to reach the top of the South Rim.

Ribbon Falls, located .3 miles off of North Kaibab Trail, is an absolute wonder. If you pass up the opportunity to marvel at this stunning hidden feature, you’ve done yourself a serious disservice.

One and a half miles from Indian Garden Campground is Plateau Point where you can watch the sunset, gaze down at the Colorado River, and feel very small among the red rock walls.

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