The Grand Canyon is one of the most amazing natural wonders of the world, more than 5 million people visit the rim at Grand Canyon National Park every year, but very few will ever see it from the Colorado River. Access to the Grand Canyon via river is strictly regimented, to protect fragile ecosystems and to preserve Native American heritage at a place they consider sacred. For years, the Grand Canyon has been steeped in controversial land development proposals that could change this landmark forever. Developments like the Grand Canyon Escalade would bring as many as 10,000 tourists per day to the shore of the river on a gondola, restrictions on uranium mining may be lifted, public land is losing federal protection, and housing developments put strain on an already lacking supply of water and natural resources. Our documentary will take you on an incredible journey, in VR, to the sacred sites in the heart of the wilderness that would be impacted by these developments. It is our hope that you'll be convinced that the Grand Canyon is worth preserving and protecting, as it is. Full documentary coming in early 2018!