Grand Canyon National Park
The Grand Canyon is a 277 mile long canyon in Arizona famed for its spectacular views. Young earth creationists believe that it was formed about 4500 years ago by rushing water after the Great Flood. Most geologists, including the National Park Service, and Old earth creationists claim that the canyon is about six million years old, cut slowly by continual erosion from the Colorado River.
Photographic Geology Tours
- Colorado River Raft Tour. Take a virtual raft trip down the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon.
- Phantom Ranch Tour. Hike into the Grand Canyon to Phantom Ranch along the Kaibab and Bright Angel Trails.
- South Rim Tour. Tour the South Rim from the Little Colorado River Gorge to the Canyon Village area.
- Historic Tour. See imagery from John Wesley Powell's Second Expedition (1871-1872).