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The Colorado River cuts through the Grand Canyon.

The Colorado River cuts through the Grand Canyon.

Catching first light over Grand Canyon National Park. At 3,000 vertical feet above the Colorado River, the sheer drop from Toroweap Overlook offers a dramatic view of the Grand Canyon below. The volcanic cinder cones and lava flows in this ancestral home of the Southern Paiute people make this area unique. A visit to Toroweap provides an opportunity for an uncrowded, rustic and remote experience. Access is challenging and demands skill at negotiating difficult roadways.

Catching first light over Grand Canyon National Park. At 3,000 vertical feet above the Colorado River, the sheer drop from Toroweap Overlook offers a dramatic view of the Grand Canyon below. The volcanic cinder cones and lava flows in this ancestral home of the Southern Paiute people make this area unique. A visit to Toroweap provides an opportunity for an uncrowded, rustic and remote experience. Access is challenging and demands skill at negotiating difficult roadways.

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