Grand Canyon National Park
A giant, colorful canyon bakes under a hot sun in Arizona. Up to 6,000 feet deep, the landform is big enough to fit 19 Statues of Liberty stacked on top of each other! This is the Grand Canyon. Over a million acres of the Grand Canyon was designated as a national park nearly a century ago. And over the years its huge size and layers of pinkish, golden, and orange rock (called “strata”) have given the spot major star status around the world.