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Journey down the Colorado River to see the Grand Canyon as too few do, from the bottom up. Run its biggest rapids, explore its slot canyons, and meet the Navajo and Hopi activists working to protect sacred sites threatened by a controversial development.      

Over 100 years ago, President Theodore Roosevelt asked us to leave the Grand Canyon “as it is”.   Among the crown jewels of the United States’ national park system, Grand Canyon is protected far beyond most public lands, but an unprecedented billion dollar development threatens to change the wilderness nature of the Grand Canyon forever. 

Known as the Escalade Proposal, the plan outlines a tramway resort that would bring up to 10,000 tourists per day down to the Confluence, a place held sacred for millennia.  Discover a story as big as the Canyon itself and learn why wild places need our protection now more than ever.
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Mariano Medina5 days ago
No anda
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Jessie👻1 wk ago
@田紅 点下评论会有个翻译选项
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Great memories. #IWasHere on a road trip with my grandmother in 2002. The road leading west was blocked due to heavy snow that day and we had to drive around the whole canyon to get to our destination. We lost one day of the trip, but we gained beautiful memories of one of the most impressive places on earth. Thank you for sharing this documentary!
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Its almost like yiu did see it with your own eyes and we need to help stop this from happening
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Vincent Li .1 mon ago
Amazing video
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MoDaFo360º1 mon ago
I particularly liked your time-lapse shot with the sun leaving the canyon walls at the end. It was a great way to end the piece.
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MoDaFo360º1 mon ago
Wonderful example of long-form storytelling in this medium! Beautiful footage, and an intriguing and insightful story! Great job!
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田紅1 mon ago
看不懂上面的评论,谁能翻译下😅
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Anushka Bist1 mon ago
This is a must-go tourist attraction in a life time.
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