The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon


The Grand Canyon can hold around 900 trillion footballs.


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The Grand Canyon is huge and its majesty and beauty are unimaginable.

It encompasses 1,218.375 acres which represent 1,904 square miles.

The Canyon was carved for millions and millions of years by the Colorado River and therefore most people measure the size of the Grand Canyon by the length of the portion of the Colorado River from the eastern-most to western-most ends of the Canyon which is 277 miles long.


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