You just cannot get over its majesty once you get there. But getting there is half the fun.
The gateway to the canyon is Williams, Arizona, on fable Route 66. A place to revisit America's grand motoring past. Go there, cruise the loop Route 66. See a little bit of history of what folks visited before going to the Grand Canyon, many, many years ago. Drop by Twisters dinner for a flame oil Route 66 Burger and relive the days of "American Graffiti".
Once inside the Grand Canyon National Park, mother nature does the entertaining, and she takes your breath away.
Native Americans have called the canyon Home for thousands of years. At Cameron trading post you can still see a lady weaving Navajo blankets by hand. You can also pick up a peace of exquisite turquoise jewelry. Turquoise is as precious to the Indians as diamonds are precious to white people. But no matter how you get there or what you do, what you will take home from a trip to the Grand Canyon are memories that will last a lifetime. And those are priceless.