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900 Best Grand Canyon Quotes and Instagram Captions (2023)

1. “The best views come after the hardest climbs. ”


2. “You cannot see the Grand Canyon in one view, as if it were a changeless spectacle from which a curtain might be lifted, but to see it, you have to toil from month to month through its labyrinths.” – John Wesley Powell


3. “Follow me to the Grand Canyon.”


4. Grand Canyon vibes


5. “How do you know the Grand Canyon is rich? It has a lot of sedimentary deposits. ”


6. “Nature is painting for us, day after day, pictures of infinite beauty if only we have the eyes to see them. ” – John Ruskin


7. Commerce Drive


8. “Majestic doesn’t appeal to us. We like the Grand Canyon better with Clarence and Arlene parked in front of it, smiling. ” ― Garrison Keillor


9. “Oh! Mamma dear, please come!


10. “I get very upset when money is being cut and people can't visit the Grand Canyon. ”


11. There’s no caption grand enough to capture this view


12. “Steep a cool head at the Grand Canyon and don’t look down!”


13. “There’s not a single person in Arizona today who would say the Grand Canyon was a mistake. ” – Stewart Udall


14. “The glories and the beauties of form, color, and sound unite in the Grand Canyon – forms unrivaled even by the mountains, colors that vie with sunsets, and sounds that span the diapason from tempest to tinkling raindrop, from cataract to bubbling fountain.”


15. “It is a new Grand Canyon, the same but wonderfully different. And just after sunset, the reds deepen to dim purples and the grays and yellows and greens change to magical blues. In the dark of a moonless night, the canyon suggests unimaginable mysteries.”


16. “In the Grand Canyon, Arizona has a natural wonder that’s unparalleled.”


17. “Ain’t no caption grand enough to capture this view.”


18. A paddle raft is available on a rotation basis


19. “Dear Grand Canyon, you have my heart. ”


20. “What do you call it when the Grand Canyon tries to be funny? Gorge-ous jokes!”


21. You had me at Grand Canyon


22. “I don’t believe that anyone can see the Grand Canyon area for themselves and not know that we have to do everything we can to protect it for future generations. ” – Nolan Gould


23. “I'd like to see more of Colorado, Utah, and maybe go to Yellowstone. Oh, and I'd like to kayak down the Colorado through the Grand Canyon. ”


24. “The wonders of the Grand Canyon cannot be adequately represented in symbols of speech, nor by speech itself.” – John Wesley Powell


25. “This World


26. “There’s no such thing as ‘too much fresh air’. ”


27. Freedom lies in being bold.


28. “The Grand Canyon is a place where you can feel the majesty of nature and the power of the earth.” – Unknown


29. “Eating Fruit at the Grand Canyon- A song to make death easy


30. “Where the wild meets the grand. ”


31. “Mortals: meet


32. “Unleash your wild heart in the canyon depths. ”


33. “New nemeses keep racing fresh, but I also find challenge in going longer, with only the distance as foe. I run my first 50-mile race, journey across the Grand Canyon and back, circumnavigate Mount St. Helens. ”


34. “Trying to fill the God-sized hole in our hearts with things other than God is like trying to fill the Grand Canyon with marbles. ” ― Peter Kreeft


35. “I am one with nature, and nature is with me. ”


36. “Wild and free. ”


37. “Truly, Arizona is a wonderland, and in the Grand Canyon, one can think of nothing but the Abomination of Desolation.” – John G. Bourke


38. “I believe in science and evolution. I’ve been to the Grand Canyon.”


39. “Beautiful doesn't begin to describe it. A flower is beautiful. But this is beautiful the way that a person is beautiful- terrifying with its jagged edges, yet seductive with its crevices that hide so many secrets.”


40. I believe in science and evolution. I’ve been to the Grand Canyon


41. “It’s like if you lived in Arizona and someone says she was in the Grand Canyon.”


42. Grand Canyon is my happy place


43. “The wonders of the Grand Canyon cannot be adequately represented in symbols of speech, nor by speech itself. ” ― John Wesley Powell


44. “Feeling the air of the Grand Canyon.”


45. “In a Grand Canyon state of mind.”


46. “I believe in evolution. But I also believe, when I hike the Grand Canyon and see it at sunset, that the hand of God is there also.”


47. “Mortals: meet the empty air, arias carved out of rocks beyond our puny clock philosophy. ”


48. “Canyon tell me how beautiful this view is.”


49. “Grand Canyon’s favorite pun? Just taking life for granite!”


50. “Ravishing rocks. ”


51. “You don’t conquer the Grand Canyon. You don’t even fight it. You bow to it. You rise to its standards if you want to survive.”– Charles Bowden


52. “Everything the light touches…” – Simba


53. “I believe in science and evolution. I’ve been to the Grand Canyon.” ~ Bill Walton


54. “‘Grand’ views make for a ‘grand’ day. ”


55. “If you’re ever thinking ‘Oh, but I’m a waste of space, I’m a burden’ remember, that also describes the Grand Canyon.”


56. To be complete. Wildness reminds us what it means to be human, what we are connected to rather than what we are separate from. ”


57. “Occasionally we glimpse the South Rim, four or five thousand feet above. From the rims the Grand Canyon seems oceanic; at the surface of the river the feeling is intimate. ” ― Barry López


58. “The wonders of the Grand Canyon cannot be adequately represented in symbols of speech, nor by speech itself.”


59. “I sit watching until dusk, hypnotized. I think of the sea as continually sloshing back and forth, repetitive, but my psyche goes with the river- always loping downhill, purposeful, listening only to gravity.” ― Ann Zwinger


60. Wanderlust and canyon dust


61. “Baseball, it is said, is only a game. TRUE. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes, or games, are created equal. ” ― George Will


62. Live, love, explore the Grand Canyon


63. “Add the Grand Canyon to your bucket list. I promise you won’t regret it.”


64. “The Grand Canyon is a place of beauty, power, and majesty, a source of wonder and inspiration.” – Unknown


65. “It’s like trying to describe what you feel when you’re standing on the rim of the Grand Canyon or remembering your first love or the birth of your child. You have to be there to really know what it’s like. ”


66. “I could throw 56-pound words clear across the Grand Canyon. As a matter of course, I went into politics.”- Henry F. Ashurst


67. Heaven on Earth


68. “Bergeron’s epitaph for the planet, i remember, which he said should be carved in big letters in a wall of the grand canyon for the flying-saucer people to find was this: WE COULD HAVE SAVED IT, BUT WE WERE TOO DOGGONE CHEAP. only he didn’t say “doggone.” ~ Kurt Vonnegut


69. “Trying to fill the God-sized hole in our hearts with things other than God is like trying to fill the Grand Canyon with marbles.” ~ Peter Kreeft


70. “You see, in the back of my mind, the Grand Canyon was always this… thing… that was out there. This… place… that existed on the edge of my conscious awareness. This grandiose spectacle that I took for granted. ” – National Lampoon’s Vacation


71. “Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes, or games, are created equal.”


72. “The glories and the beauties of form, color, and sound unite in the Grand Canyon”


73. “There should be so many songs out there that it all turns into one big sound and we can put the whole thing into a pickup truck and let it roll off the edge of the Grand Canyon. ”


74. “There is no place like the Grand Canyon, where the earth’s extraordinary history is on display. ” – Julie Biezins


75. “Nature always wears the colors of the spirit. ” – Ralph Waldo Emerson


76. “There will never be a photograph of the Grand Canyon that can adequately describe its depth, breadth, and true beauty.”- Stefanie Payne


77. “I believe in science and evolution. I’ve been to the Grand Canyon. ” ― Bill Walton


78. “Sunset at the Grand Canyon is a symphony of color. ”


79. “How does the Grand Canyon like its steak? Rocky, not rare. ”


80. “I have heard rumors of visitors who were disappointed. The same people will be disappointed at the Day of Judgment. ” – J. B. Priestley


81. “The Grand Canyon is carven deep by the master hand; it is the gulf of silence, widened in the desert; it is all time inscribing the naked rock; it is the book of earth. ” – Donald Culross Peattie


82. “The Grand Canyon’s beauty reminds us that time is but a river flowing. ”


83. “Life is supposed to be a series of peaks and valleys. The secret is to keep the valleys from becoming Grand Canyons.” — Bernard Williams


84. Everything the light touches...


85. “If you are working, almost like with layers of the Grand Canyon, there’s history within those layers.” — Leonardo Drew


86. “If you are working, almost like with layers of the Grand Canyon, there’s history within those layers.”


87. “Trying to look ‘grand’ at the Grand Canyon. ”


88. “Beautiful doesn't begin to describe it. A flower is beautiful. But this is beautiful the way that a person is beautiful. ”


89. “Every season has its peaks and valleys. What you have to try to do is eliminate the Grand Canyon.” ~ Andy Van Slyke


90. “There’s not a single person in Arizona today who would say the Grand Canyon was a mistake”


91. Seeing the Grand Canyon for yourself? Priceless


92. “I believe in evolution. But I also believe, when I hike the Grand Canyon and see it at sunset that the hand of God is there also. ” ― John McCain


93. “It’s always been a luxury to be able to hop a plane to Paris, to Venice, to the Grand Canyon.”– Nancy Gibbs


94. “I once met a man who said he had visited every exotic place from the Grand Canyon to the Great Wall, but when I questioned him closely. I discovered he hadn’t seen the songbirds in his own backyard.” — Richard Bode


95. “I would rather stumble by chance on a tiny stream in the woods than plan a trip to the Grand Canyon. ”


96. “Embracing the wilderness and loving it. ”


97. “When the last living thing Has died on account of us, How poetical it would be If Earth could say, In a voice floating up Perhaps From the floor Of the Grand Canyon, “It is done.” People did not like it here.” ~ Kurt Vonnegut


98. “Thomas Moran Paints


99. “The Grand Canyon: the Mountain of Youth.”


100. “It seemed so improbable. But so did everything else that I really paid attention to. ” ― Carrie Saxifrage


101. “Majestic doesn't appeal to us. We like the Grand Canyon better with Clarence and Arlene parked in front of it, smiling. ”


102. Flying over the Grand Canyon is a heli of a lot of fun


103. “Look, Simba. Everything the light touches is our kingdom.” – Mufasa


104. When your spirit cries for peace, come to a world of canyons deep in the old land.


105. “Leaving the Grand Canyon has me feeling vista-ful.”


106. “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. ” – Lao Tzu


107. “Asked my friend how his trip to the Grand Canyon was. He said, ‘It’s a cliff hanger!'”


108. “If you are working, almost like with layers of the Grand Canyon, there’s history within those layers.”- Leonardo Drew


109. “Sunset lover meets canyon lover. ”


110. Ever since I got back from the Grand Canyon, all I’m serving is dry humor


111. “Canyon feel the love tonight?”


112. Not leaving anything behind at the Grand Canyon but my heart


113. “This place is ‘rocking’ my world. ”


114. A bad day at the Grand Canyon is better than a good day anywhere else


115. “Lost in the right direction. ”


116. “The Grand Canyon is a wonder of the world, a treasure of nature, and a testament to the resilience of life.” – Unknown


117. “I can still remember my first experience of standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon and looking into it. It was so awesome, it took a fair amount of restraint to prevent me from jumping into it, because I was certain I could fly.” – Mark Goulston


118. “A rock in the Grand Canyon says to another, ‘We’ve hit rock bottom, but at least we’re gorges. ”


119. “The Grand Canyon is living evidence of the power of water over a period of time. The power may not manifest immediately. Water can be very powerful, like a tidal wave” – Frederick Lenz


120. Live, love, and explore the Grand Canyon


121. “With what you don’t know about me, I could just about fill the Grand Canyon.” ~ Kevin Smith


122. “We are all starved for the glory of God, not self. No one goes to the Grand Canyon to increase self-esteem. Why do we go? Because there is greater healing for the soul in beholding splendor than there is in beholding self. ” – John Piper


123. “With what you don’t know about me, I could just about fill the Grand Canyon. ” ― Kevin Smith


124. “Standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon and contemplating your own greatness is pathological. At such moments we are made for a magnificent joy that comes from outside ourselves. ”


125. “It’s like trying to describe what you feel when you’re standing on the rim of the Grand Canyon or remembering your first love or the birth of your child. You have to be there to really know what it’s like. ” – Jack Schmitt


126. “Beautiful doesn’t begin to describe it. A flower is beautiful. But this is beautiful the way that a person is beautiful. ” – Jeri Smith


127. “Just a dot in the canyon. ”


128. “Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt. ” – John Muir


129. “There’s not a single person in Arizona today who would say the Grand Canyon was a mistake.”- Stewart Udall


130. “I can still remember my first experience of standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon and looking into it. It was so awesome, it took a fair amount of restraint to prevent me from jumping into it, because I was certain I could fly. ”


131. “The Grand Canyon fills me with awe. It is beyond comparison—beyond description; absolutely unparalleled throughout the wide world. ” – Theodore Roosevelt


132. “The elements that unite to make the Grand Canyon the most sublime spectacle in nature are multifarious and exceedingly diverse. ” ― John Wesley Powell


133. “I would rather stumble by chance on a tiny stream in the woods than plan a trip to the Grand Canyon.”


134. “Life is ‘gorges’ at the Grand Canyon. ”


135. “There’s a grand-canyon-sized gulf between explanation and experience.” ~ Jad Abumrad


136. “I believe in science and evolution. I’ve been to the Grand Canyon” — Bill Walton


137. “The big, blazing truth about man is that he has a heaven-sized hole in his heart, and nothing else can fill it. We pass our lives trying to fill the Grand Canyon with marbles.”


138. “I could throw 56-pound words clear across the Grand Canyon. As a matter of course, I went into politics.” — Henry F. Ashurst


139. “The Grand Canyon is not just a symbol of nature’s power and beauty, but it’s a symbol of the enduring spirit of man. ” – Thelma & Louise


140. “Not all classrooms have four walls. And thank God for that, I could never sit still in class anyway!”


141. “In the supreme flaming glory of a sunset, the whole canyon is transfigured, as if all the life and light of centuries of sunshine stored up and condensed in the rocks was now being poured forth as from one glorious fountain, flooding both earth and sky. ” – John Muir


142. “For years, I have been working on crossing the Grand Canyon. Actually, there is nobody who says 'no,' but since this is a project that comes from me and not a commission, I have to find the money, plan the logistics, etcetera. ”


143. “In the grand canyon, Arizona has a natural wonder which, so far as I know, is in kind absolutely unparalleled throughout the rest of the world. ” – Theodore Roosevelt


144. “I asked my friend if he’d seen the Grand Canyon before. He replied, ‘I can’t say for sure, it’s on the edge. ”


145. Soaking in the promise of the Grand Canyon


146. “I can still remember my first experience of standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon and looking into it. It was so awesome, it took a fair amount of restraint to prevent me from jumping into it because I was certain I could fly” – Mark Goulston


147. “Grand views at the Grand Canyon. ”


148. “Have you camped in the Grand Canyon? It’s in-tents.”


149. “Getting my daily dose of Vitamin D and Vitamin GC (Grand Canyon). ”


150. “The answer, my friend, is blowing in the canyon wind. ”


151. “Went to the Grand Canyon. It was gorges!”


152. “The Grand Canyon: Where you’ll take 500 photos but still can’t convince anyone you didn’t just use a backdrop. ”


153. “There seemed to be a pattern to the drips from each seep, a pattern I had heard before, wondering each time if there might be a sort of specific timing… The sounds were predisposed, unaware of anything more important than their own syncopation. ” ― Craig Childs


154. “We must take adventures in order to know where we truly belong.”


155. “Conquering the Canyon, one layer at a time.”


156. “I could throw 56-pound words clear across the Grand Canyon. As a matter of course, I went into politics. ” – Henry F. Ashurst


157. “I believe in science and evolution. I’ve been to the Grand Canyon. ”


158. I think of the sea as continually sloshing back and forth, repetitive, but my psyche goes with the river- always loping downhill, purposeful, listening only to gravity. ”


159. “Publishing a book of poetry is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo. ” – Don Marquis


160. “Ever since I got back from the Grand Canyon, all I’m serving is dry humour.”


161. “I believe in a benevolent God not because He created the Grand Canyon or Michelangelo, but because He gave us snacks.” ― Paul Rudnick


162. “The glories and the beauties of form, color and sound unite in the Grand Canyon – forms unrivaled even by the mountains, colors that vie with sunsets, and sounds that span the diapason from tempest to tinkling raindrop; from cataract to bubbling fountain.”


163. “Lost in the wonder that is the Grand Canyon. ”


164. “Trying to fill the God-sized hole in our hearts with things other than God is like trying to fill the Grand Canyon with marbles.” – Peter Kreeft


165. “The wonders of the Grand Canyon cannot be adequately represented in symbols of speech, nor by speech itself.”– John Wesley Powell


166. “The Grand Canyon is a reminder of the awesome power of nature and its ability to create beauty and grandeur.” – Unknown


167. “Heart as wide as the Grand Canyon. ”


168. “The Grand Canyon once threw a party. The Rocky Mountains couldn’t make it – they were too stoned!”


169. The Grand Canyon: it’ll knock your rocks off


170. “Climbing K2 or floating the Grand Canyon in an inner tube; there are some things one would rather have done than do. ”


171. “Not all classrooms have four walls. ”


172. “It’s like trying to describe what you feel when you’re standing on the rim of the Grand Canyon or remembering your first love or the birth of your child. You have to be there to really know what it’s like.” ~ Harrison Schmitt , Grand Canyon quotes love


173. “Some paths can’t be discovered without getting lost. The Grand Canyon is one of them. ”


174. Isn’t the Grand Canyon just gorges?


175. “Every season has its peaks and valleys. What you have to try to do is eliminate the Grand Canyon.” – Andy van Slyke


176. “It is a spectacular illusion – a deeply three-dimensional scene flattened onto an earthly canvas.” ― Stefanie Payne


177. “The beauty of the natural world lies in the details. ” – Natalie Angier


178. “Blessed by nature’s grandeur. ”


179. “The Grand Canyon is the epitome of rugged beauty. ”


180. “With what you don’t know about me, I could just about fill the Grand Canyon.”


181. “We are all starved for the glory of God, not self. No one goes to the Grand Canyon to increase self-esteem. Why do we go? Because there is greater healing for the soul in beholding splendor than there is in beholding self.” – John Piper


182. “Rocks of ages at the Grand Canyon. ”


183. “I believe in science and evolution. I’ve been to the Grand Canyon.”– Bill Walton


184. “Sunsets remain synonymous with Arizona as saguaros, snowbirds, and the Grand Canyon.” – Mark Nothaft


185. “Find yourself in the heart of nature. ”


186. “Caught by the Canyon’s charm. ”


187. “There will never be a photograph of the Grand Canyon that can adequately describe its depth, breadth, and true beauty. ”


188. “Climbing K2 or floating the Grand Canyon in an inner tube; there are some things one would rather have done than do. ” ― Edward Abbey


189. The Grand Canyon is considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World


190. “Always take the scenic route through the Grand Canyon.”


191. “The sky is a meadow of wild star and flowers” – Ann Zwinger


192. “The Grand Canyon in Arizona is a natural wonder. In size, it surpasses the comprehension!” – Seven Wonders of the World


193. “There is no better designer than nature. ” – Alexander McQueen


194. “The Grand Canyon is calling, and I must go.”


195. “Majestic mystery. ”


196. “Majestic doesn’t appeal to us. We Americans like the Grand Canyon better with Clarence and Arlene parked in front of it, smiling.” — Garrison Keillor


197. “I dont believe that anyone can see the Grand Canyon area for themselves and not know that we have to do everything we can to protect it for future generations.” — Nolan Gould


198. “My favorite Grand Canyon pick-up line? Are you a ranger? Because you’ve got my heart on a nature trail!”


199. “Life on the edge at the Grand Canyon. ”


200. Having a Grand old time


201. “The Grand Canyon is carven deep by the master hand; it is the gulf of silence, widened in the desert; it is all time inscribing the naked rock; it is the book of earth.” ~ Donald C. Peattie


202. “We are all starved for the glory of God, not self. No one goes to the Grand Canyon to increase self-esteem. Why do we go? Because there is greater healing for the soul in beholding splendor than there is in beholding self. ”


203. “Climbing K2 or floating the Grand Canyon in an inner tube; there are some things one would rather have done than do.” –Edward Abbey


204. “To contemplate the grandeur of the Grand Canyon is like looking at the face of God.” – Theodore Roosevelt


205. “Crying – acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon. ”


206. “The Grand Canyon is a place on Earth, and it is a most marvelous, beautiful place. It is also a wilderness, and that is a word and a concept that has a rich heritage, all its own in American history, and needs to be seen in its own light. ” – James M. Buchanan


207. “Leave it as it is. The ages have been at work on it and man can only mar it. ” ― Theodore Roosevelt


208. “Eating my sandwich on the edge of the world. ”


209. “The Grand Canyon is carven deep by the master hand; it is the gulf of silence, widened in the desert; it is all time inscribing the naked rock; it is the book of earth.”


210. “The glories and the beauties of form, color, and sound unite in the Grand Canyon – forms unrivaled even by the mountains, colors that vie with sunsets, and sounds that span the diapason from tempest to tinkling raindrop; from cataract to bubbling fountain.” ~ John Wesley


211. The Grand Canyon sure erode to the occasion


212. “Did you know that rocks at the Grand Canyon are great musicians? They love to rock and roll!”


213. Cry me a Colorado River


214. “The elements that unite to make the Grand Canyon the most sublime spectacle in nature are multifarious and exceedingly diverse. ” – John Wesley Powell


215. “A rill in a barnyard and the Grand Canyon represents, in the main, stages of valley erosion that began some millions of years apart.” ~ George Gaylord Simpson


216. “The Grand Canyon which yawns between the writer’s concept of what he wants to capture in words and what comes through is a cruel abyss. ” – Fannie Hurst


217. “You cannot see the Grand Canyon in one view. It’s impossible.”


218. “Life is supposed to be a series of peaks and valleys. The secret is to keep the valleys from becoming Grand Canyons.” — Bernard Williams, a famous Grand Canyon quote


219. Colors from the heavens


220. “. . . they left me with a Grand Canyon of scar tissue. . . ”


221. Take only memories, leave only footprints


222. “You wait in heat like this, scanning the horizon for a cloud, sometimes through a haze of wildfire smoke that turns the world orange, when a drop of rain would be a miracle.” – Craig Childs


223. “The elements that unite to make the Grand Canyon the most sublime spectacle in nature are multifarious and exceedingly diverse.”


224. “Elevation: higher than my worries. ”


225. “Peace is a journey of a thousand miles and it must be taken one step at a time” – Lyndon B. Johnson


226. “The Grand Canyon is a hiker’s paradise if paradise is filled with rocks, heat, and steep drops. ”


227. “You cannot see the Grand Canyon in one view, as if it were a changeless spectacle from which a curtain might be lifted, but to see it you have to toil from month to month through its labyrinths. ” – John Wesley Powell


228. “I once met a man who said he had visited every exotic place from the Grand Canyon to the Great Wall, but when I questioned him closely I discovered he hadn’t seen the songbirds in his own backyard.”


229. More than five million people visit the Grand Canyon each year


230. “Grand goals. ”


231. “It’s always been a luxury to be able to hop a plane to Paris, to Venice, to the Grand Canyon.” – Nancy Gibbs


232. “Cry me a Colorado River.”


233. “I don’t believe that anyone can see the Grand Canyon area for themselves and not know that we have to do everything we can to protect it for future generations.” ~ Nolan Gould


234. “Never felt more ‘on edge’ than I do right now. ”


235. “Got my daily steps in just by going to the edge and back!”


236. “I once met a man who said he had visited every exotic place from the Grand Canyon to the Great Wall, but when I questioned him closely I discovered he hadn't seen the songbirds in his own backyard. ”


237. This commonsense arrangement saves weight, time, energy, and money. ”


238. Let yourself be shaped by the flow, like the Grand Canyon, instead of drowned by it


239. “Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world. ”


240. “The mountains are calling, and I must go. ” – John Muir


241. “The Grand Canyon: it’ll knock your rocks off.”


242. “It doesn’t have to be the Grand Canyon, it could be a city street, it could be the face of another human being – Everything is full of wonder.”– A.C. Grayling


243. “Going where WiFi is weak and my sense of adventure is strong. ”


244. “There's a Grand Canyon sized gulf between explanation and experience. ”


245. “You cannot see the Grand Canyon in one view, as if it were a changeless spectacle from which a curtain might be lifted, but to see it, you have to toil from month to month through its labyrinths. ”


246. “It doesn’t have to be the Grand Canyon, it could be a city street, it could be the face of another human being – Everything is full of wonder.” — A.C. Grayling


247. “The Grand Canyon is a natural masterpiece, a grand cathedral of stone, and a testament to the power of time and erosion.” – Unknown


248. “The Grand Canyon? Ummm I guess. What about Miami?! We can take in the cultural sights like the aquarium. And stuff.”


249. “The elements that unite to make the Grand Canyon the most sublime spectacle in nature are multifarious and exceedingly diverse.” — John Wesley Powell


250. “New nemeses keep racing fresh, but I also find challenge in going longer, with only the distance as foe. I run my first 50-mile race, journey across the Grand Canyon and back, circumnavigate Mount St. Helens.” – Don Kardong


251. The Grand Canyon opens up before your very rise


252. “Nature’s sonnet. ”


253. “It's not at all naturally human to see something like the Grand Canyon as beautiful. ”


254. “Life is ‘boulder’ at the Grand Canyon. ”


255. “There seemed to be a pattern to the drips from each seep, a pattern I had heard before, wondering each time if there might be a sort of specific timing.... The sounds were predisposed, unaware of anything more important than their own syncopation.”


256. “No bad days when you’re in the Grand Canyon. ”


257. “If you’re ever if you’re ever thinking, “Oh, but I’m a waste of space and I’m a burden,” remember: that also describes the Grand Canyon. Why don’t you have friends and family take pictures of you from a safe distance? Revel in your majestic profile?” ~ Maria Bamford


258. “Politicians wanted to mine the Grand Canyon for zinc and copper, and Theodore Roosevelt said, ‘No.'” – Douglas Brinkley


259. “Chasing shadows and soaking up sunshine at the Grand Canyon. ”


260. “When your spirit cries for peace, come to a world of canyons deep in the old land.”


261. “Where the rocks meet the sky – the Grand Canyon. ”


262. “Exploring the grand beauty of the world. ”


263. “Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes, or games, are created equal.” – George Will


264. “I once met a man who said he had visited every exotic place from the Grand Canyon to the Great Wall, but when I questioned him closely I discovered he hadn’t seen the songbirds in his own backyard.” – Richard Bode


265. I’d Mather be here


266. Have you camped in the Grand Canyon? It’s in-tents


267. “I took a walk in the woods and came out taller than the trees. ” – Henry David Thoreau


268. Canyon feel the love tonight?


269. “Don’t tell me too much about the Grand Canyon — I just want the cliff notes.”


270. “The wonders of the Grand Canyon cannot be adequately represented in symbols of speech, nor by speech itself.” — John Wesley Powell


271. “Flying over the Grand Canyon is a heli lot of fun!”


272. “Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes, or games, are created equal” – George Will


273. “These views are beautiful as far as the eye canyon see”


274. “The Grand Canyon: what you see is what you get. And what you don’t see… is even better. ” – The Bucket List


275. “Crying. Acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon” — Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreation


276. Once in a lifetime, even, is enough. To feel the stripping down, an ebb of the press of conventional time, a radical change of proportion, an unspoken respect for others that elicits keen emotional pleasure, a quick intimate pounding of the heart


277. “As dawn leaks into the sky it edits out the stars like excess punctuation marks, deleting asterisks and periods, commas, and semi-colons, leaving only unhinged thoughts rotating and pivoting, and unsecured words.”


278. “You can’t ‘overlook’ this view!”


279. “Plateaus are the highest form of flattery.”


280. “I believe in evolution. But I also believe, when I hike the Grand Canyon and see it at sunset, that the hand of God is there also.” — John McCain


281. “Live, love, explore the Grand Canyon.”


282. “Life is supposed to be a series of peaks and valleys. The secret is to keep the valleys from becoming Grand Canyons.” ~ Bernard Williams


283. “May your trails be crooked, winding, and leading to the most amazing view. ”


284. “Climbing K2 or floating the Grand Canyon in an inner tube; there are some things one would rather have done than do.”


285. “Beautiful doesn’t begin to describe it. A flower is beautiful. But this is beautiful the way that a person is beautiful- terrifying with its jagged edges, yet seductive with its crevices that hide so many secrets.”


286. Always take the scenic route


287. “Grand Canyon/West


288. All other travel is mere dust and hotels and baggage and chatter. ”


289. “I once met a man who said he had visited every exotic place from the Grand Canyon to the Great Wall, but when I questioned him closely I discovered he hadn’t seen the songbirds in his own backyard.” ~ Richard Bode


290. “Why is the Grand Canyon a great place to write? Because it’s full of novel ideas and cliffhangers. ”


291. “The Grand Canyon is a symphony of rock, a testament to time, and a reminder of the power of nature.” – Unknown


292. “I sit watching until dusk, hypnotized. I think of the sea as continually sloshing back and forth, repetitive, but my psyche goes with the river - always loping downhill, purposeful, listening only to gravity. ”


293. “The Grand Canyon is living evidence of the power of water over a period of time. The power may not manifest immediately. Water can be very powerful, like a tidal wave. ”


294. I’m rocking my brains for the last time I saw something this beautiful


295. “If you’re stuck in the Grand Canyon without a map, you’re between a rock and a hard place. ”


296. “It doesn't have to be the Grand Canyon, it could be a city street, it could be the face of another human being - everything is full of wonder. ”


297. “Life is better on the edge.”


298. “Crying – acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon.”


299. “It is a spectacular illusion – a deeply three-dimensional scene flattened onto an earthly canvas.”


300. “The Colorado River did not form the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon was formed as the flood went down.” – Kevin Hovid


301. “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. ”


302. “If you are working, almost like with layers of the Grand Canyon, there’s history within those layers. ” ― Leonardo Drew


303. “Occasionally we glimpse the South Rim, four or five thousand feet above. From the rims the canyon seems oceanic; at the surface of the river the feeling is intimate.” ― Barry López


304. “The beauty of the Grand Canyon is its unfathomable depth. ”


305. “Living that Grand Canyon life.”


306. Yes we canyon


307. “It’s not at all naturally human to see something like the Grand Canyon as beautiful.” – David Roberts


308. “There’s not a single person in Arizona today who would say the Grand Canyon was a mistake. ”


309. “The Canyon is calling, and I must go. ”


310. “There will never be a photograph of the Grand Canyon that can adequately describe its depth, breadth, and true beauty. ” – Stefanie Payne


311. “When the last living thing has died on account of us, how poetical it would be if Earth could say, in a voice floating up perhaps from the floor of the Grand Canyon, “It is done.” People did not like it here.”


312. “Bridle” your fears and embark on a mule ride through the Grand Canyon.


313. “Life is supposed to be a series of peaks and valleys. The secret is to keep the valleys from becoming Grand Canyons.”


314. Have a love affair with the wonder and beauty of the earth!”


315. “This canyon is right up my valley”


316. “Truly, Arizona is a wonderland, and in the Grand Cañon, one can think of nothing but the Abomination of Desolation.” – John G. Bourke


317. “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. ” – Albert Einstein


318. “Trying to fill the God-sized hole in our hearts with things other than God is like trying to fill the Grand Canyon with marbles. ”


319. “Isn’t the Grand Canyon just gorges?”


320. “I could throw 56-pound words clear across the Grand Canyon. As a matter of course, I went into politics.”


321. You’re in fine landform today


322. “Well, once you’ve been in the Canyon and once you’ve sort of fallen in love with it, it never ends…it’s always been a fascinating place to me, in fact I’ve often said that if I ever had a mistress it would be the Grand Canyon.” — Barry Goldwater


323. “There will never be a photograph of the Grand Canyon that can adequately describe its depth, breadth, and true beauty.”


324. “Crying. Acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon”


325. “Rim


326. “With what you don’t know about me, I could just about fill the Grand Canyon.” – Kevin Smith


327. “The earth has music for those who listen. ”


328. A grand Canyon for a grand country


329. “Hike more, worry less. ”


330. “I have permits to be the first person in the world to walk across the Grand Canyon so that’s a process we’ll start working on. I’d say within three to five years I'll accomplish that as well. ”


331. “Having a ‘gorges’ day at the Grand Canyon. ”


332. “The Grand Canyon is carven deep by the master hand; it is the gulf of silence, widened in the desert; it is all time inscribing the rock; it is the book of earth. ” – Donald C. Peattie


333. “If you’re ever thinking ‘Oh, but I’m a waste of space, I’m a burden’ remember, that also describes the Grand Canyon.” – Maria Bamford


334. “Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes, or games, are created equal.”- George Will


335. “Soaking in the promise of the Grand Canyon.”


336. The Grand Canyon is a 277 mile long canyon in Arizona that was carved by the Colorado River


337. “We’re having a Grand old time!”


338. “There is a whole world out there. Pack your backpack, your best friend and go. ”


339. “The Grand Canyon is carven deep by the master hand; it is the gulf of silence, widened in the desert; it is all time inscribing the naked rock; it is the book of earth. ” – Donald C. Peattie


340. “We of the night will know many things of which you sleepers will never dream. ” — Bessie Hyde


341. Beautiful views as far as the eye canyon see


342. Greetings from the wonderful Grand Canyon, Arizona


343. “There will never be a photograph of the Grand Canyon that can adequately describe its depth, breadth, and true beauty. ” ― Stefanie Payne


344. “There’s not a single person in Arizona today who would say the Grand Canyon was a mistake” – Stewart Udall


345. See any detour as an opportunity to experience new things.


346. “The game is full of peaks and valleys, the key is to avoid the Grand Canyon. ”


347. “It’s not at all naturally human to see something like the Grand Canyon as beautiful.”- David Roberts


348. “Well, once you’ve been in the Canyon and once you’ve sort of fallen in love with it, it never ends…it’s always been a fascinating place to me, in fact I’ve often said that if I ever had a mistress it would be the Grand Canyon.”


349. “The Grand Canyon – Where I lost my heart to the trails. ”


350. “It’s not at all naturally human to see something like the Grand Canyon as beautiful.”


351. “You can’t say you’re going to jump the Grand Canyon and then jump some other canyon.”


352. “Rockin’ views. ”


353. This canyon is right up my valley


354. “You can’t deny this view is gorge-ous.”


355. “Well, once you’ve been in the Canyon and once you’ve sort of fallen in love with it, it never ends…it’s always been a fascinating place to me, in fact, I’ve often said that if I ever had a mistress it would be the Grand Canyon. ” – Barry Goldwater


356. “Cliffside charm. ”


357. “We didn’t have a generation gap, we had a generation Grand Canyon.” ~ Mary Brave Bird


358. Leaving the Grand Canyon has me feeling vista-full


359. “A bad day can be made better, by going for a hike. ”


360. “I believe in science and evolution. I’ve been to the Grand Canyon”


361. ”Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes, or games, are created equal.” – George Will


362. “The glories and beauties of form, color, and sound united in the Grand Canyon.”


363. “I wish they’d build a ski jump at the Grand Canyon; it’d be fantastic. ”


364. Just living life on the edge


365. “Inspired by the Grand Canyon.”


366. “Beautiful doesn’t begin to describe it. A flower is beautiful. But this is beautiful the way that a person is beautiful- terrifying with its jagged edges, yet seductive with its crevices that hide so many secrets.” ― Jeri Smith-Ready


367. “I believe in evolution. But I also believe, when I hike the Grand Canyon and see it at sunset, that the hand of God is there also. ”


368. “The Grand Canyon is a place where you can stand in awe of nature’s grandeur and experience the majesty of creation.” – Unknown


369. “You know what your problem is, it’s that you haven’t seen enough movies – all of life’s riddles are answered in the movies.” ~ Steve Martin


370. “There’s not a single person in Arizona today who would say the Grand Canyon was a mistake.” – Stewart Udell


371. “I believe in a benevolent God not because He created the Grand Canyon or Michelangelo, but because He gave us snacks.”- Paul Rudnick


372. “President Theodore Roosevelt, who signed the Antiquities Act into law, created 18 monuments, including the Grand Canyon and Olympic National Park in Washington, totaling more than a million acres.” – Tatiana Schlossberg


373. “The Grand Canyon is calling. ”


374. There’s not a single person in Arizona today who would say that the Grand Canyon is a mistake


375. “Well, once you’ve been in the Canyon and once you’ve sort of fallen in love with it, it never ends…it’s always been a fascinating place to me, in fact I’ve often said that if I ever had a mistress it would be the Grand Canyon. ”


376. “It’s like trying to describe what you feel when you’re standing on the rim of the Grand Canyon or remembering your first love or the birth of your child. You have to be there to really know what it’s like. ” ― Harrison Schmitt


377. “The Grand Canyon is living evidence of the power of water over a period of time. The power may not manifest immediately. Water can be very powerful, like a tidal wave.” — Frederick Lenz


378. “The Grand Canyon is a place where you can witness the beauty and power of nature, a source of inspiration and awe.” – Unknown


379. “We didn’t have a generation gap, we had a generation Grand Canyon. ” ― Mary Brave Bird


380. That the boat did not telescope is an excellent testimonial to the strength of its construction. ”


381. “I believe in evolution. But I also believe, when I hike the Grand Canyon and see it at sunset, that the hand of God is there also.”- John McCain


382. “The Grand Canyon is a gift of nature, a cathedral of stone, and a source of wonder and inspiration.” – Unknown


383. “It has been well said that an author who expects results from a first novel is in a position similar to that of a man who drops a rose petal down the Grand Canyon of Arizona and listens for the echo. ”


384. “Canyon vibes. ”


385. It requires a different kind of courage to continue, day after day, the facing of death in the rapids of the River, in the bowels of the earth, and at the same time the possibility of starvation, without being able to retreat. ”


386. “Publishing a book of poetry is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo.”- Don Marquis


387. You cannot see the Grand Canyon in one view. It’s impossible


388. “Aiming to be as mighty and strong as the Grand Canyon.”


389. “In awe of the canyon’s grandeur. ”


390. “Sometimes, the most breathtaking things are right in front of us. When I look at the Grand Canyon, I don’t just see rock formations or a big hole in the ground. I see millions of years of history unfurling before my eyes. ” – The Timeless Wonders of the Grand Canyon


391. “There will never be a photograph of the Grand Canyon that can adequately describe its depth, breadth, and true beauty.” ― Stefanie Payne


392. Aiming to be as mighty and strong as the Grand Canyon


393. “It is a spectacular illusion – a deeply three-dimensional scene flattened onto an earthly canvas. ” – Stefanie Payne


394. “Working with Jack [Nicholson] is sort of like standing in front of the Grand Canyon. ” ― Diane Keaton


395. “It’s huge, it’s massive, and it’s very, very wide. That’s the Grand Canyon!” – Scooby-Doo! And WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon


396. “The Grand Canyon: Mother Nature showing off. ”


397. “I’m really ‘falling’ for the Grand Canyon. ”


398. “Publishing a book of poetry is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo” — Don Marquis


399. “I could throw 56―pound words clear across the Grand Canyon. As a matter of course, I went into politics. ” ― Henry F. Ashurst


400. “Publishing a book of poetry is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo” – Don Marquis


401. “We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.”


402. BRB – exploring


403. “Bryce Canyon isn't as famous as the Grand Canyon, but it is just incredible - nothing compares to it. ”


404. “I saw the sun set and rise at the Grand Canyon, and I sang out over the cliffs, picked up tumble weeds along the way and threw them in the back of my car”


405. “I’d like to see more of Colorado, Utah, and maybe go to Yellowstone. Oh, and I’d like to kayak down the Colorado through the Grand Canyon.” – Jesse Spencer


406. ”Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes, or games, are created equal.”


407. “You cannot see the Grand Canyon in one view, as if it were a changeless spectacle from which a curtain might be lifted, but to see it you have to toil from month to month through its labyrinths.” — John Wesley Powell


408. “Working with Jack [Nicholson] is sort of like standing in front of the Grand Canyon.” — Diane Keaton


409. “Finding beauty in the grandest of places. ”


410. “I canyon-ly imagine.”


411. “Canyon girl in a high-tech world. ”


412. The Grand Canyon was first brought to the attention of the American public in 1857 when an article about it was published in Harper's Monthly magazine


413. “Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing. ” – Barry Finlay


414. The Grand Canyon is just gorges


415. “The glories and the beauties of form, color, and sound unite in the Grand Canyon – forms unrivaled even by the mountains, colors that vie with sunsets, and sounds that span the diapason from tempest to tinkling raindrop, from cataract to bubbling fountain.


416. We must take adventures in order to know where we truly belong


417. Relationship status: in love with Grand Canyon sunsets


418. “It is a vast wilderness of rocks in a sea of light, colored and glowing like oak and maple woods in autumn, when the sun gold is richest.”


419. “The Grand Canyon, for me, is a source of inspiration, power, grounding, and of course helps keep my ego in check. It is hard to feel important when standing on the edge of such vastness. ” – Hansjorg Auer


420. “The Colorado River did not form the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon was formed as the flood went down.” ~ Kent Hovind


421. “You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy a trip to the Grand Canyon, and that’s pretty close. ”


422. “Climbing K2 or floating the Grand Canyon in an inner tube; there are some things one would rather have done than do.”– Edward Abbey


423. “Conquering my fear of heights at the Grand Canyon.”


424. “The big, blazing truth about man is that he has a heaven-sized hole in his heart, and nothing else can fill it. We pass our lives trying to fill the Grand Canyon with marbles.” — Peter Kreeft


425. The grizzly bear is six to eight hundred pounds of smugness. It has no need to hide. If it were a person, it would laugh loudly in quiet restaurants, boastfully wear the wrong clothes for special occasions, and probably play hockey


426. “Occasionally we glimpse the South Rim, four or five thousand feet above. From the rims the canyon seems oceanic; at the surface of the river the feeling is intimate. ”


427. “I went to the Grand Canyon with my family when I was about 8 years old, and I had a very blah experience. I think the scale of it is too huge – you don’t appreciate it.”– David Roberts


428. “The elements that unite to make the Grand Canyon the most sublime spectacle in nature are multifarious and exceedingly diverse.” ~ John Wesley Powell


429. “We are all starved for the glory of God, not self. No one goes to the Grand Canyon to increase self-esteem. Why do we go? Because there is greater healing for the soul in beholding splendor than there is in beholding self.”


430. “It’s like trying to describe what you feel when you’re standing on the rim of the Grand Canyon or remembering your first love or the birth of your child. You have to be there to really know what it’s like.” — Harrison Schmitt


431. “As dawn leaks into the sky it edits out the stars like excess punctuation marks, deleting asterisks and periods, commas, and semi-colons, leaving only unhinged thoughts rotating and pivoting, and unsecured words. ”


432. “I believe in science and evolution. I’ve been to the Grand Canyon.” – Bill Walton


433. The wonders of the Grand Canyon cannot be adequately represented in symbols of speech, nor in speech itself


434. “Breathless. ”


435. “I ‘canyon’ imagine a better day. ”


436. “‘Rocking’ and rolling at the Grand Canyon. ”


437. “There’s ‘gorges’, and then there’s me. ”


438. “You can't say you're going to jump the Grand Canyon and then jump some other canyon. ”


439. “He meant the Grand Canyon was only a mood of nature, a bold promise, a beautiful record. He meant that mountains had sifted away in its dust, yet the canyon was young. Man was nothing, so let him be humble.”


440. “Beauty awakens the soul to act. ” – Dante Alighieri


441. “if only we were crazy enough to be willing to ignore our mechanical and static perceptions we’d know that a half-filled coffee cup holds more secrets than, say, the Grand Canyon.”


442. “It’s not at all naturally human to see something like the Grand Canyon as beautiful.” — David Roberts


443. “We are all starved for the glory of God, not-self. No one goes to the Grand Canyon to increase self-esteem. Why do we go? Because there is greater healing for the soul in beholding splendor than there is in beholding self.” ~ John Piper


444. “The Grand Canyon is a place where you can feel the power of nature and the beauty of the earth.” – Unknown


445. “I’ve been South Rim ever since I left the Grand Canyon.”


446. “Occasionally we glimpse the South Rim, four or five thousand feet above. From the rims the canyon seems oceanic; at the surface of the river the feeling is intimate.” – Barry López


447. “I could throw 56-pound words clear across the Grand Canyon. As a matter of course, I went into politics. ”


448. “Rocks on rocks on rocks. Talk about ‘layers’ of fun!”


449. “Beautiful doesn’t begin to describe it. A flower is beautiful. But this is beautiful the way that a person is beautiful – terrifying with its jagged edges, yet seductive with its crevices that hide so many secrets.”


450. “All of life’s riddles are answered in the movies.” ~ Steve Martin


451. “Life is short, the world is wide. The Grand Canyon awaits. ”


452. “In golf, 'close' is like the north and south rim of the Grand Canyon. ”


453. “The Grand Canyon is the land of music, and it makes sense that the world and all its creatures were created with sound.” – John Muir


454. Grand Canyon days and desert nights


455. “It makes you realize just how small you are, just how insignificant. And yet in the grand scale of things, human beings have been the dominant force in the Grand Canyon for just a fraction of its history. ” – IMAX: Grand Canyon Adventure – River at Risk


456. “Leaving the Grand Canyon has me feeling vista-full.”


457. 172 one of Dubendorf’s oarlocks pulled out of its socket, he not having them properly wired in. He narrowly escaped being wrecked on a sharp rock on the right. As a matter of precaution we stopped at once and secured them properly. ”


458. “I believe in a benevolent God not because He created the Grand Canyon or Michelangelo, but because He gave us snacks. ” – Paul Rudnick


459. “I once met a man who said he had visited every exotic place from the Grand Canyon to the Great Wall, but when I questioned him closely I discovered he hadn’t seen the songbirds in his own backyard.” — Richard Bode


460. You have been living by sunrise and sunset, by wind and rain, surrounded by the ebb and flow of lives that respond only to such simple, rhythmic elements. ”


461. “There is a gulf between our average Christianity and the church of New Testament that makes the Grand Canyon look like a cavity in someone's tooth. ”


462. “We are all starved for the glory of God, not self. No one goes to the Grand Canyon to increase self-esteem. Why do we go? Because there is greater healing for the soul in beholding splendor than there is in beholding self. ” ― John Piper


463. “Nearly every President in the past 100 years has declared national monuments, from Teddy Roosevelt creating the Grand Canyon National Monument, to George W. Bush preserving 10 islands and 140,000 square miles of ocean waters in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. ”


464. Dream. Explore. Discover


465. . even the experienced explorer is sometimes brought to a sudden halt and filled with amazement by the apparition of forms as definite and eloquent as those of art. ”


466. “Beauty might bring happiness, but happiness always brings beauty. The Grand Canyon is proof. ”


467. Inspired by the Grand Canyon


468. “Well, once you’ve been in the Canyon and once you’ve sort of fallen in love with it, it never ends. It’s always been a fascinating place to me, in fact, I’ve often said that if I ever had a mistress it would be the Grand Canyon.” — Barry Goldwater


469. Feeling the call of the wild in the Grand Canyon


470. “There is no point in the Grand Canyon where you can see everything. You go on seeing, and then you go on seeing more. ” – Kevin Fedarko


471. The Grand Canyon became a National Park in 1919 and was designated a World Heritage Site in 1979


472. “The Grand Canyon is an awesome reminder. It’s God’s way of saying the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. ” – Joe Foss


473. “Hiking is the answer. Who cares what the question is. ”


474. “I can’t ‘overlook’ this view, even if I wanted to. ”


475. “It’s a cathedral of nature. The Grand Canyon is a place where, for a moment, you feel like you can almost touch the fabric of time itself. ” – Grand Canyon: A Journey of Wonder


476. What falls there are, we know not; what rocks beset the channel, we know not; what walls ride over the river, we know not. Ah, well! we may conjecture many things. ”


477. “I believe in evolution. But I also believe, when I hike the Grand Canyon and see it at sunset, that the hand of God is there also. ” – John McCain


478. “Life is supposed to be a series of peaks and valleys. The secret is to keep the valleys from becoming Grand Canyons. ”


479. “When your spirit cries for peace, come to a world of canyons deep in the old land” – August Fruge


480. “I really ‘canyon’ believe these views!”


481. The best time to visit the Grand Canyon is during the months of April, May, September, and October when the weather is cooler and the crowds are smaller


482. “I wish they’d build a ski jump at the Grand Canyon; it’d be fantastic.”


483. “Americans take the Grand Canyon for granite.”


484. A date with nature


485. “Feeling ‘gorges’ in the Grand Canyon. ”


486. “I believe in science and evolution. I’ve been to the Grand Canyon.” — Bill Walton


487. “Canyon dig it?”


488. “When your spirit cries for peace, come to a world of canyons deep in the old land.” – August Fruge


489. “Crying. Acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon.” – Ron Swanson


490. “When the last living thing has died on account of us, how poetical it would be if Earth could say, in a voice floating up perhaps from the floor of the Grand Canyon, ‘It is done.’ People did not like it here.”


491. “I went to the Grand Canyon with my family when I was about 8 years old, and I had a very blah experience. I think the scale of it is too huge – you don’t appreciate it. ” – David Roberts


492. The Grand Canyon is home to many different animal and plant species, including the California condor, the endangered peregrine falcon, and the Kaibab squirrel


493. “Politicians wanted to mine the Grand Canyon for zinc and copper, and Theodore Roosevelt said, ‘No. ’” ― Douglas Brinkley


494. “The wonders of the Grand Canyon cannot be adequately represented in symbols of speech, nor by speech itself. ”


495. “Yes we canyon.”


496. “You can’t say you’re going to jump the Grand Canyon and then jump some other canyon.” – Evel Knievel


497. “In the Grand Canyon, Arizona has a natural wonder which is in kind absolutely unparalleled throughout the rest of the world.”


498. “A doctor once told me I feel too much. I said, so does god. that’s why you can see the grand canyon from the moon.” ~ Andrea Gibson


499. “In need of an altitude adjustment.”


500. “Crying: acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon. ” – Ron Swanson, Parks & Recreation


501. “Depth over distance. ”


502. “Isn’t the Grand Canyon proof that something doesn’t have to change to evolve?” – Eva, “Free Willy: Escape from Pirate’s Cove


503. “Publishing a book of poetry is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo”


504. “The Grand Canyon is carven deep by the master hand; it is the gulf of silence, widened in the desert; it is all time inscribing the naked rock; it is the book of earth. ” ― Donald C. Peattie


505. “If you’re ever thinking ‘Oh, but I’m a waste of space, I’m a burden’ remember, that also describes the Grand Canyon.” — Maria Bamford


506. I can’t help feeling sedimental looking at these views


507. “They followed the path toward the canyon, the crunch of their feet on the ground the only noise, steps slowing as they came up to the rim. Rays of morning sunlight bathed the canyon in goldenrod and ocher, rose pink and mauve.


508. Conquering my fear of heights at the Grand Canyon


509. “It doesn’t have to be the Grand Canyon, it could be a city street, it could be the face of another human being – Everything is full of wonder.” ~ A.C. Grayling


510. “The Grand Canyon… a reminder that while mankind may dominate nature, we can never conquer it. ” – Aerial America


511. “Unfolding the world’s grandeur. ”


512. “If you're ever if you're ever thinking, 'Oh, but I'm a waste of space and I'm a burden,' remember: that also describes the Grand Canyon. Why don't you have friends and family take pictures of you from a safe distance? Revel in your majestic profile?”


513. “The Grand Canyon is a wilderness to be preserved intact, unmarred by any kind of litter and devoid of man’s artifact. ” – George B. Hartzog Jr


514. “In October 2014, for the first time in almost three-quarters of a century, a gray wolf was seen loping along the forested North Rim of the Grand Canyon, in Arizona. She had walked hundreds of miles, probably from Wyoming or Idaho.” – Lydia Millet


515. “The Grand Canyon is a gift of nature, a priceless treasure that belongs to all of us.” – Unknown


516. “The Grand Canyon is Earth’s history book. ” – Diane Ackerman


517. “I can still remember my first experience standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon and looking into it. It was so awesome. It took a fair amount of restraint to prevent me from jumping into it, because I was certain I could fly.”


518. Grand Canyon Dreaming


519. “Somewhere between the bottom of the climb and the summit is the answer to the mystery why we climb. ” – Greg Child


520. “It is a spectacular illusion, a deeply three-dimensional scene flattened onto an earthly canvas. ”


521. “Publishing a book of poetry is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo.”


522. Hiking is all the range


523. “You cannot see the Grand Canyon in one view, as if it were a changeless spectacle from which a curtain might be lifted, but to see it, you have to toil from month to month through its labyrinths. ” – John Wesley Powell


524. “I don’t believe that anyone can see the Grand Canyon area for themselves and not know that we have to do everything we can to protect it for future generations.” – Nolan Gould


525. “I am Hualapai. We are located in Northern Arizona, at the Grand Canyon. We own the Skywalk area. ” ― Kiowa Gordon


526. “Nature is not a place to visit. It is home. ” – Gary Snyder


527. “The wonders of the Grand Canyon cannot be adequately represented in symbols of speech, nor by speech itself. ” – John Wesley Powell


528. “I wish they’d build a ski jump at the Grand Canyon; it’d be fantastic.” – Eddie The Eagle


529. “Mother Nature showing her true power at the Grand Canyon.”


530. I was almost clear when I was drawn over a dip, bow first, and struck a glancing blow against another rock I had never seen. There was a crash, and the boards broke like egg-shells. It was all done in a few moments. The Edith was a wreck, I did not know how bad. ”


531. I’ve seen a view things in my life, but nothing like this


532. “Not leaving anything behind at the Grand Canyon but my heart.”


533. And as much as anyone deserves. ”


534. “Canyon serenade. ”


535. “The Grand Canyon is living evidence of the power of water over a period of time. The power may not manifest immediately. Water can be very powerful, like a tidal wave. ” ― Frederick Lenz


536. “Life’s a climb but the view is great. ”


537. “If you’re ever thinking ‘Oh, but I’m a waste of space, I’m a burden’ remember, that also describes the Grand Canyon.”– Maria Bamford


538. “Grand Canyon – where I learned that I love nature and hate cardio. ”


539. “I sit watching until dusk, hypnotized. I think of the sea as continually sloshing back and forth, repetitive, but my psyche goes with the river- always loping downhill, purposeful, listening only to gravity.”


540. “I don’t believe that anyone can see the Grand Canyon area for themselves and not know that we have to do everything we can to protect it for future generations.” — Nolan Gould


541. “When visiting the Grand Canyon, make sure you hike into the canyon. And be careful not to fall or step in mule poop. ” – McKenna Shay


542. “Let’s wander where the WiFi is weak. ”


543. “Nature’s wonderland, my happy place. ”


544. “Getting to the top is optional, getting down is mandatory. ” – Ed Viesturs


545. The Grand Canyon is calling, and I must go


546. “Live for the moments you can’t put into words. ”


547. “Working with Jack [Nicholson] is sort of like standing in front of the Grand Canyon.”


548. “The Grand Canyon which yawns between the writer's concept of what he wants to capture in words and what comes through is a cruel abyss. ”


549. “Politicians wanted to mine the Grand Canyon for zinc and copper, and Theodore Roosevelt said, ‘No.’”


550. “Sky whispers. ”


551. “Dreaming in colors borrowed from the canyon. ”


552. “Feeling the call of the wild in the Grand Canyon.”


553. “Keep close to nature’s heart… and break clear away, once in a while, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean. ” – John Muir


554. “The Grand Canyon – nature’s masterpiece. ”


555. “We’ve got to step up our conservation efforts before it’s too late. We’re not protecting our lands and natural resources. Take the Grand Canyon for example; I’m sure that at one time it was a beautiful piece of land, and just look at the way we’ve let it go.” – Pat Paulsen


556. “Well, once you’ve been in the Canyon and once you’ve sort of fallen in love with it, it never ends…it’s always been a fascinating place to me, in fact I’ve often said that if I ever had a mistress, it would be the Grand Canyon.”


557. “I dont believe that anyone can see the Grand Canyon area for themselves and not know that we have to do everything we can to protect it for future generations.”


558. “Greetings from the wonderful Grand Canyon, Arizona.”


559. “The Grand Canyon is a work of art and a masterpiece of nature, a testament to the resilience, beauty, and diversity of life.” – Unknown


560. ‘Explore- Dream-Discover.’


561. “You cannot see the Grand Canyon in one view, as if it were a changeless spectacle from which a curtain might be lifted, but to see it you have to toil from month to month through its labyrinths.” ~ John Wesley Powell


562. “Seeing the Grand Canyon yourself? Priceless.”


563. “Crying – acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon. ” ― Ron Swanson


564. “Great views are not meant to be captured. They are meant to be experienced.”


565. “Canyon magic. ”


566. “The Grand Canyon is the world’s prettiest rim job.”


567. “Climbing K2 or floating the Grand Canyon in an inner tube; there are some things one would rather have done than do. ” – Edward Abbey


568. Always take the scenic route through the Grand Canyon


569. “The sky is a meadow of wildstar flowers.”


570. “You can’t say you’re going to jump the Grand Canyon and then jump some other canyon. ” ― Evel Knievel


571. Feeling the air of the Grand Canyon


572. “We are all starved for the glory of God, not self. No one goes to the Grand Canyon to increase self-esteem. Why do we go? Because there is greater healing for the soul in beholding splendor than there is in beholding self.”- John Piper


573. “The Colorado River did not form the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon was formed as the flood went down.”


574. “Occasionally we glimpse the South Rim, four or five thousand feet above. From the rims the canyon seems oceanic; at the surface of the river the feeling is intimate.”


575. “The Grand Canyon: Making ordinary humans feel tiny since forever. ”


576. “Well, once you’ve been in the Canyon and once you’ve sort of fallen in love with it, it never ends…it’s always been a fascinating place to me, in fact, I’ve often said that if I ever had a mistress it would be the Grand Canyon.”- Barry Goldwater


577. “It’s always been a luxury to be able to hop a plane to Paris, to Venice, to the Grand Canyon.”— Nancy Gibbs.


578. “Ditch the screens, enjoy the scenes. ”


579. “In golf, ‘close’ is like the north and south rim of the Grand Canyon. ” ― Johnny Miller


580. “We did a lot of those road trips, all the mandatory stuff that you should when you’re a kid, like Mount Rushmore and the Grand Canyon and the Sequoias and the western coast. ” ― Vicki Lawrence


581. “Bryce Canyon isn’t as famous as the Grand Canyon, but it is just incredible ― nothing compares to it. ” ― Harry Shearer


582. “Unkar Delta at Mile 73


583. “Find me at the Grand Canyon


584. “Just living life on the edge.”


585. “Hay” there! Nothing beats a mule ride through the Grand Canyon.


586. “Crying – acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon.”– Ron Swanson


587. “It’s always been a luxury to be able to hop a plane to Paris, to Venice, to the Grand canyon.”


588. “Leave it as it is. The ages have been at work on it, and man can only mar it.”


589. “This view is ‘riv-er-y’ nice. ”


590. “The Grand Canyon is a natural wonder that inspires awe and wonder. It’s a testament to the power of time and the beauty of nature.” – Unknown


591. “Occasionally we glimpse the South Rim, four or five thousand feet above. From the rims the canyon seems oceanic; at the surface of the river the feeling is intimate. ”– Barry López


592. “Never met a sunset I didn’t like. ”


593. “How can you buy or sell the sky, the warmth of the land? The idea is strange to us. We do not own the freshness of the air or the sparkle of the water. How then can you buy them from us?” – Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets


594. “The Grand Canyon is living evidence of the power of water over a period of time. The power may not manifest immediately. Water can be very powerful, like a tidal wave.”


595. “A rill in a barnyard and the Grand Canyon represent, in the main, stages of valley erosion that began some millions of years apart. ”


596. “Canyon cuddles and desert dreams. ”


597. “Oh, darling, let’s be adventurers. ”


598. “The Grand Canyon is a kaleidoscope of color and a testament to the power of erosion and the beauty of nature.” – Unknown


599. We had taken chances in rapids that looked worse and came through unharmed; if we were successful here, it would be over in a few minutes, and forgotten an hour later. So we each made the attempt. ”


600. “With what you don’t know about me, I could just about fill the Grand Canyon. ” – Kevin Smith


601. “The elements that unite to make the Grand Canyon the most sublime spectacle in nature are multifarious and exceedingly diverse.” – John Wesley Powell


602. With what you don’t know about me, I could just about fill the Grand Canyon


603. “It doesn’t have to be the Grand Canyon, it could be a city street, it could be the face of another human being – Everything is full of wonder.” – A.C. Grayling


604. “Politicians wanted to mine the Grand Canyon for zinc and copper, and Theodore Roosevelt said, ‘No.’” – Douglas Brinkley


605. Are we at the Grand Canyon yet?


606. “Chasing angels or fleeing demons, go to the mountains. ”


607. “Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world. ” – John Muir


608. “Let nature cleanse your soul. ”


609. Mother Nature showing her true power at the Grand Canyon


610. “We've got to step up our conservation efforts before it's too late. We're not protecting our lands and natural resources. Take the Grand Canyon for example; I'm sure that at one time it was a beautiful piece of land, and just look at the way we've let it go. ”


611. “Just look at the Grand Canyon… It’s like the face of the earth as it might look to God. Raw, unmasked, vibrant. Just look!” – The Brady Bunch Movie


612. “I would rather stumble by chance on a tiny stream in the woods than plan a trip to the Grand Canyon.” ― Marty Rubin


613. “Rim-tastic!”


614. “When visiting the Grand Canyon, make sure you hike into the canyon. And be careful not to fall or step in mule poop.”


615. “I do not know, really, how we will survive without places like the Inner Gorge of the Grand Canyon to visit.”


616. Smashed Sweeps. ”–Bessie Hyde talking about portaging Bedrock Rapid in really low water


617. “Crying – acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon” – Ron Swanson, Parks & Recreation


618. “I don’t believe that anyone can see the Grand Canyon area for themselves and not know that we have to do everything we can to protect it for future generations. ” ― Nolan Gould


619. “When the last living thing has died on account of us, how poetical it would be if Earth could say, in a voice floating up perhaps from the floor of the Grand Canyon, “It is done.” People did not like it here.” — Kurt Vonnegut


620. “There’s not a single person in Arizona today who would say the Grand Canyon was a mistake” — Stewart Udall


621. “I’d like to see more of Colorado, Utah, and maybe go to Yellowstone. Oh, and I’d like to kayak down Colorado through the Grand Canyon.” – Jesse Spencer


622. “You cannot see the Grand Canyon in one view, as if it were a changeless spectacle from which a curtain might be lifted, but to see it you have to toil from month to month through its labyrinths.” – John Wesley Powell


623. “Hiking the Grand Canyon – an unfiltered experience. ”


624. “The Grand Canyon is a gift that transcends what you can experience. Its beauty and size humble us. Its timelessness provokes a comparison to our short existence. ” – James Cook


625. “I believe in a benevolent God not because He created the Grand Canyon or Michelangelo, but because He gave us snacks.”


626. Meet me at the Grand Canyon


627. “There’s no WiFi in the canyon, but I promise you’ll find a better connection. ”


628. “Can’t find my car… but hey, the view is great!”


629. “I wrote my senior essay on the Santa Fe Writer’s Colony and my dissertation on sacred landscapes – the Grand Canyon, the Dakota Badlands. As a setting, I love the West. I just love that western landscape.” – Elise Broach


630. ‘Fore the day I die, I’ma touch the skywalk


631. “The glories and the beauties of form, color, and sound unite in the Grand Canyon. ”


632. Greetings from the Grand Canyon State


633. “I would rather stumble by chance on a tiny stream in the woods than planning a trip to the Grand Canyon.” – Marty Rubin


634. “I went to the Grand Canyon with my family when I was about eight years old, and I had a very blah experience. I think the scale of it is too huge ― you don’t appreciate it. ” ― David Roberts


635. “Mortals: meet the empty air, arias carved out of rocks beyond our puny clock philosophy. ” – Thea Gavin


636. “Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes, or games, are created equal.” ~ George Will


637. “Why do rocks in the Grand Canyon never fight? They understand it’s best to let ‘sediments’ lie. ”


638. “See any detour as an opportunity to experience new things” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.


639. “I get very upset when money is being cut and people can’t visit the Grand Canyon. ” ― Anne Waldman


640. “That’s the real Grand Canyon. Over 10 miles wide and a mile deep at its deepest. ” – The National Parks: America’s Best Idea


641. I could tell you all about the Grand Canyon… but I’ll just give you the cliff notes


642. “The Grand Canyon is a cathedral of stone, a natural wonder, and a place of awe-inspiring beauty.” – Unknown


643. I’d rather be at the Grand Canyon


644. Seeing the Grand Canyon for yourself? Priceless.


645. “The Grand Canyon is living evidence of the power of water over a period of time. The power may not manifest immediately. Water can be very powerful, like a tidal wave”- Frederick Lenz


646. In such places as the Inner Gorge the pain trails away from us. It is not so quiet there or so removed that you can hear yourself think, that you would even wish to; that comes later. You can hear your heart beat. That comes first. ”


647. “Climbing K2 or floating the Grand Canyon in an inner tube; there are some things one would rather have done than do.” – Edward Abbey


648. “The glories and the beauties of form, color, and sound unite in the Grand Canyon. ” ― John Wesley Powell


649. “There’s not a single person in Arizona today who would say the Grand Canyon was a mistake. ” ― Stewart Udall


650. “The Grand Canyon is carven deep by the master hand; it is the gulf of silence, widened in the desert; it is all time inscribing the naked rock; it is the book of earth.” — Donald C. Peattie


651. “I believe in a benevolent God not because He created the Grand Canyon or Michelangelo, but because He gave us snacks.” ~ Paul Rudnick


652. “My goal is that after seeing 'Grand Canyon,' every person in the audience will go home knowing they have to conserve water. ”


653. “Beautiful doesn’t begin to describe it. A flower is beautiful. But this is beautiful the way that a person is beautiful – terrifying with its jagged edges, yet seductive with its crevices that hide so many secrets.” – Jeri Smith-Ready


654. “I had a few fibroids removed, and they left me with a Grand Canyon of scar tissue in my uterus. The doctors weren’t sure I’d be able to reproduce. I was prepared for a rough road, and then out of nowhere we conceived.” ~ Holly Marie Combs


655. “Leave it as it is. The ages have been at work on it and man can only mar it.” — Theodore Roosevelt


656. “Making memories in the canyon. ”


657. “In every walk in nature, one receives far more than he seeks. ” – John Muir


658. Gone To The Grand Canyon


659. “Working with Jack [Nicholson] is sort of like standing in front of the Grand Canyon. ”


660. “I am Hualapai. We are located in Northern Arizona, at the Grand Canyon. We own the Skywalk area. ”


661. The Grand Canyon was first visited by Europeans in 1540 when Spanish explorer Francisco Vazquez de Coronado led an expedition in search of the legendary Seven Cities of Gold


662. “I believe in a benevolent God not because He created the Grand Canyon or Michelangelo, but because He gave us snacks.” – Paul Rudnick


663. Sunsets are just better at the Grand Canyon


664. In a Grand Canyon State of mind


665. “The Grand Canyon which yawns between the writer’s concept of what he wants to capture in words and what comes through is a cruel abyss.”– Fannie Hurst


666. Checking the Grand Canyon off of my bucket list


667. “I have permits to be the first person in the world to walk across the Grand Canyon so that’s a process we’ll start working on. I’d say within three to five years I’ll accomplish that as well.” ~ Nik Wallenda


668. “Publishing a book of poetry is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo” — Don Marquis, one of the Grand Canyon quotes Instagram worthy


669. “What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well. ”


670. The abyss lapses back into repose. But its glory mounts upward and diffuses itself in the sky above. ”


671. “I can still remember my first experience of standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon and looking into it. It was so awesome, it took a fair amount of restraint to prevent me from jumping into it because I was certain I could fly. ” – Mark Goulston


672. “The Colorado River did not form the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon was formed as the flood went down.” — Kevin Hovid


673. “When your spirit cries for peace, come to a world of canyons deep in the old land”


674. “They told me to take a hike… so I did. ”


675. “When visiting the Grand Canyon, make sure you hike into the canyon. And be careful not to fall or step in mule poop.” ― McKenna Shay


676. The Colorado River did not form the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon was formed as the flood went down


677. “Where’s all the faces of the presidents?” – Andy Dwyer, Parks & Recreation


678. What a pity it is that the spoken word cannot approach the visual elogance of nature! Here it seems to outrun even the grasp of the imagination. ”


679. “What’s life but one grand adventure?”


680. “Where the rocks touch the sky. ”


681. “Found some really old rocks. The Grand Canyon was cool too. ”


682. “To walk in nature is to witness a thousand miracles. ” – Mary Davis


683. “The game is full of peaks and valleys, the key is to avoid the Grand Canyon.” ~ Andy Van Slyke


684. “I’d Mather be here.”


685. “Live life like the Grand Canyon. Wild and free. ”


686. “I might have lost my mind, but I found my soul in the Grand Canyon. ”


687. “The Grand Canyon is like a painting come to life – a masterpiece of nature that captures the imagination and inspires the soul.” – Unknown


688. “The Grand Canyon is carven deep by the master hand; it is the gulf of silence, widened in the desert; it is all time inscribing the naked rock; it is the book of earth. ”


689. Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes, or games, are created equal.”


690. “You cannot see the Grand Canyon in one view, as if it were a changeless spectacle from which a curtain might be lifted, but to see it you have to toil from month to month through its labyrinths.”


691. “Nature’s grand masterpiece. ”


692. “There seemed to be a pattern to the drips from each seep, a pattern I had heard before, wondering each time if there might be a sort of specific timing. The sounds were predisposed, unaware of anything more important than their own syncopation.” ― Craig Childs


693. Everything the light touches


694. “Are we at the Grand Canyon yet?”


695. “Having a Grand old time.”


696. “There will never be a photograph of the Grand Canyon that can adequately describe its depth, breadth, and true beauty” – Stefanie Payne


697. Approaching it after months of hardships, dangers, starvation and death, the feelings that came to us during the first few days in the depths of the black granite gorge would be most difficult to describe. ”


698. “I can still remember my first experience of standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon and looking into it. It was so awesome, it took a fair amount of restraint to prevent me from jumping into it, because I was certain I could fly” – Mark Goulston


699. Canyon dig it?


700. “With what you don’t know about me, I could just about fill the Grand Canyon.” — Kevin Smith


701. Living that Grand Canyon life


702. “I don’t believe that anyone can see the Grand Canyon area for themselves and not know that we have to do everything we can to protect it for future generations.”


703. “There seemed to be a pattern to the drips from each seep, a pattern I had heard before, wondering each time if there might be a sort of specific timing. . . The sounds were predisposed, unaware of anything more important than their own syncopation. ”


704. “We did a lot of those road trips, all the mandatory stuff that you should when you’re a kid, like Mount Rushmore and the Grand Canyon and the Sequoias and the western coast.” – Vicki Lawrence


705. “Publishing a volume of verse is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo.” ~ Don Marquis


706. “The Grand Canyon is a place of wonder and marvel, a treasure of immeasurable beauty and majesty.” – Unknown


707. “Finding myself one hike at a time. ”


708. “Bigger than life and twice as beautiful. ”


709. “When visiting the Grand Canyon, make sure you hike into the canyon. And be careful not to fall or step in mule poop.”- McKenna Shay


710. “Wander where the WiFi is weak. ”


711. “With age, comes beauty. Just ask the Grand Canyon. ”


712. “Well, once you’ve been in the Canyon and once you’ve sort of fallen in love with it, it never ends…it’s always been a fascinating place to me, in fact I’ve often said that if I ever had a mistress it would be the Grand Canyon.” – Barry Goldwater


713. “You cannot see the Grand Canyon in one view, as if it were a changeless spectacle from which a curtain might be lifted, but to see it you have to toil from month to month through its labyrinths. ”


714. “A grand Canyon for a grand country.”


715. I like to show ’em the river. They get a kick out of it. ”


716. “The Grand Canyon is a place where you can experience the grandeur of nature and the power of the earth.” – Unknown QUOTES ABOUT ONE SIDED FRIENDSHIPS


717. “It doesn’t have to be the Grand Canyon, it could be a city street, it could be the face of another human being – Everything is full of wonder.”


718. The glories and beauties of form, color, and sound united in the Grand Canyon


719. “You can’t say you’re going to jump the Grand Canyon and then jump some other canyon.” — Evel Knievel


720. “I told the Grand Canyon a joke and it cracked up!”


721. Amazon Australia Services, Inc.


722. “You’ll understand why they call it the Grand Canyon when you get here. ”


723. “Truly, Arizona is a wonderland, and in the Grand Cañon, one can think of nothing but the Abomination of Desolation. ” – John G. Bourke


724. “Beautiful doesn’t begin to describe it. A flower is beautiful. But this is beautiful the way that a person is beautiful- terrifying with its jagged edges, yet seductive with its crevices that hide so many secrets.” – Jeri Smith-Ready


725. “I believe in a benevolent God not because He created the Grand Canyon or Michelangelo, but because He gave us snacks. ”


726. “Every season has its peaks and valleys. What you have to try to do is eliminate the Grand Canyon. ”


727. “Leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but pictures. ”


728. “Carved by time, cradled by nature – the Grand Canyon. ”


729. Follow me to the Grand Canyon


730. “Neil leaned forward, his own breathing strange, a look on his face I could not understand. It was how I looked at sunsets or fireworks, my expression on the edge of the Grand Canyon.”


731. In the Grand Canyon, Arizona has a natural wonder that’s unparalleled


732. I am not the same having seen rivers running and the sun shining on the end of the world


733. “In the Grand Canyon, Arizona has a natural wonder which is in kind absolutely unparalleled throughout the rest of the world. ” – Theodore Roosevelt


734. “Working with Jack [Nicholson] is sort of like standing in front of the Grand Canyon.”– Diane Keaton


735. “Leave it as it is. The ages have been at work on it and man can only mar it.” ~ Theodore Roosevelt


736. “Working with Jack [Nicholson] is sort of like standing in front of the Grand Canyon.” ~ Diane Keaton


737. “Politicians wanted to mine the Grand Canyon for zinc and copper, and Theodore Roosevelt said, ‘No.’”– Douglas Brinkley


738. “Adventures in the Grand Canyon – rocks have seen more action than I have!”


739. “When your spirit cries for peace, come to a world of canyons deep in an old land; feel the exultation of high plateaus, the strength of moving wasters, the simplicity of sand and grass, and the silence of growth. ” – August Fruge


740. “The sky is a meadow of wildstar flowers. ”


741. “Explore – Dream – Discover.”


742. “The Grand Canyon fills me with awe. It is beyond comparison—beyond description; absolutely unparalleled through-out the wide world. ” – Theodore Roosevelt


743. “Crying. Acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon”. – Ron Swanson


744. “Why don’t secrets work in the Grand Canyon? Too many echo-locations!”


745. “Writing a book of poetry is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo.” – Don Marquis


746. “In golf, ‘close’ is like the north and south rim of the Grand Canyon.” ~ Johnny Miller


747. President Theodore Roosevelt visited the Grand Canyon in 1903 and helped to establish it as a National Monument


748. I canyon-ly imagine


749. “It’s like trying to describe what you feel when you’re standing on the rim of the Grand Canyon or remembering your first love or the birth of your child. You have to be there to really know what it’s like.”


750. “The Grand Canyon is not just a spectacular sight, but a testament to the power and beauty of nature.” – Unknown


751. “The Grand Canyon is carven deep by the master hand; it is the gulf of silence, widened in the desert; it is all time inscribing the rock; it is the book of earth.” – Donald C. Peattie


752. “In the Grand Canyon, Arizona has a natural wonder which is in kind absolutely unparalleled throughout the rest of the world. ”


753. Never gonna take the Grand Canyon for granite


754. “I’ve ‘gorges’ got to go back!”


755. “The Grand Canyon is living evidence of the power of water over a period of time. The power may not manifest immediately. Water can be very powerful, like a tidal wave.” ~ Frederick Lenz


756. “It’s always been a luxury to be able to hop a plane to Paris, to Venice, to the Grand Canyon. ”


757. “Every season has its peaks and valleys. What you have to try to do is eliminate the Grand Canyon.”


758. “I can still remember my first experience of standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon and looking into it. It was so awesome, it took a fair amount of restraint to prevent me from jumping into it, because I was certain I could fly.”


759. “I don’t believe that anyone can see the Grand Canyon area for themselves and not know that we have to do everything we can to protect it for future generations. ”


760. “The Grand Canyon is a window into the earth’s geological history, a testament to the power of erosion and the beauty of natural processes.” – Unknown


761. “Every season has its peaks and valleys. What you have to try to do is eliminate the Grand Canyon. ” ― Andy Van Slyke


762. “When visiting the Grand Canyon, make sure you hike into the canyon. And be careful not to fall or step in mule poop.” – McKenna Shay


763. “You can’t say you’re going to jump the Grand Canyon and then jump some other canyon.”– Evel Knievel


764. “You cannot see the Grand Canyon in one view, as if it were a changeless spectacle from which a curtain might be lifted, but to see if you have to toil from month to month through its labyrinths.” — John Wesley Powell


765. “I went to the Grand Canyon with my family when I was about eight years old, and I had a very blah experience. I think the scale of it is too huge - you don't appreciate it. ”


766. We habitually presume his presence and influence everywhere. And yet we have not seen pure Nature, unless we have seen her thus vast and drear and inhuman…. ”


767. “When the last living thing Has died on account of us, How poetical it would be If Earth could say, In a voice floating up Perhaps From the floor Of the Grand Canyon,"It is done. People did not like it here.”


768. “Echoes of the earth’s heartbeat. ”


769. “The Grand Canyon is a testament to the power of nature and the beauty of creation.” – Unknown


770. “Just me, myself, and the entire Grand Canyon. ”


771. “I’ve seen a view things in my life, but nothing like this.”


772. “I believe in evolution. But I also believe, when I hike the Grand Canyon and see it at sunset, that the hand of God is there also. ”- John McCain


773. “It seemed so improbable. But so did everything else that I really paid attention to. ”


774. “Every sunset brings the promise of a new dawn. And at the Grand Canyon, they bring a spectacle. ”


775. “We did a lot of those road trips, all the mandatory stuff that you should when you're a kid, like Mount Rushmore and the Grand Canyon and the Sequoias and the western coast. ”


776. “I believe in a benevolent God not because He created the Grand Canyon or Michelangelo, but because He gave us snacks. ” ― Paul Rudnick


777. “I shouted into the canyon in hopes of hearing my echo…it was a resounding success.”


778. Any day in the Grand Canyon is a good day


779. “Life is supposed to be a series of peaks and valleys. The secret is to keep the valleys from becoming Grand Canyons. ” ― Bernard Williams


780. “The Grand Canyon is the one great sight which every American should see. ” – Theodore Roosevelt


781. Galloway picks his course along the right where there are quite a number of rocks but no big waves. I incline to the open water, even though it is rough, while Dubie, coming last, avails himself of the route taken by the one who gets through most easily. ”


782. “All the descriptions written over the decades land with a dull thud next to the real thing…. The Grand Canyon is untouchable. ” – Linda Ellerbee


783. “In fact, just about all the major natural attractions you find in the West- the Grand Canyon, the Badlands, the Goodlands, the Mediocrelands, the Rocky Mountains, and Robert Redford- were caused by erosion.” ~ Dave Barry


784. “Chasing the sun over the canyon’s rim. ”


785. “It doesn’t have to be the Grand Canyon, it could be a city street, it could be the face of another human being – Everything is full of wonder. ” – A. C. Grayling


786. Peace is a journey of a thousand miles and it must be taken one step at a time.


787. A day spent exploring the Grand Canyon is the best kind of therapy


788. “It is a spectacular illusion – a deeply three-dimensional scene flattened onto an earthly canvas.” – Stefanie Payne


789. “We didn't have a generation gap, we had a generation Grand Canyon. ”


790. Life begins at the edge of your comfort zone


791. “If you are working, almost like with layers of the Grand Canyon, there’s history within those layers.” ~ Leonardo Drew


792. “I believe in science and evolution. I’ve been to the Grand Canyon” – Bill Walton


793. “Publishing a book of poetry is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo. ” ― Don Marquis


794. “Sunrise, Grand Canyon


795. “The Grand Canyon is living evidence of the power of water over a period of time. The power may not manifest immediately. Water can be very powerful, like a tsunami. Or it can flow in the same place for so long that it carves a grand canyon into stone. ” – Jeffrey Fry


796. “The Grand Canyon is a place that touches the spirit, inspires the soul, and enriches the mind.” – Unknown


797. “Sunsets remain synonymous with Arizona as saguaros, snowbirds, and the Grand Canyon.”


798. “The sky is a meadow of wildstar flowers. ” ― Ann Zwinger


799. “Let yourself be shaped by the flow, like the Grand Canyon, instead of drowned by it.”


800. In long, gentle curves the river winds about these rocks. ”


801. “The Grand Canyon is a place of grandeur, a treasure of nature, and a testament to the power of time.” – Unknown


802. “Politicians wanted to mine the Grand Canyon for zinc and copper, and Theodore Roosevelt said, 'No. ”


803. “We are all starved for the glory of God, not-self. No one goes to the Grand Canyon to increase self-esteem. Why do we go? Because there is greater healing for the soul in beholding splendor than there is in beholding self.” — John Piper


804. “You’re off to great places, today is your day. Your mountain is waiting, so get on your way. ” – Dr. Seuss


805. Wash your spirit clean


806. “Leave it as it is. The ages have been at work on it and man can only mar it.”


807. “The Grand Canyon which yawns between the writer’s concept of what he wants to capture in words and what comes through is a cruel abyss.” — Fannie Hurst


808. Who needs therapy when you can visit the Grand Canyon?


809. Nice to meet you, Grand Canyon


810. “It’s always been a luxury to be able to hop a plane to Paris, to Venice, to the Grand Canyon.” — Nancy Gibbs


811. “The grand canyon which yawns between the writer’s concept of what he wants to capture in words and what comes through is a cruel abyss.” ~ Fannie Hurst


812. “In love with the shapes nature can carve. ”


813. “If you’re ever thinking ‘Oh, but I’m a waste of space, I’m a burden,’ remember, that also describes the Grand Canyon. ” – Maria Bamford


814. “Truly, Arizona is a wonderland, and in the Grand Cañon, one can think of nothing but the Abomination of Desolation.”– John G. Bourke


815. “Majestic doesn’t appeal to us. We [Americans] like the Grand Canyon better with Clarence and Arlene parked in front of it, smiling.” — Garrison Keillor


816. “Feeling on top of the world, or at least the canyon. ”


817. “There’s a Grand Canyon-sized gulf between explanation and experience. ” ― Jad Abumrad


818. “Came for the view, stayed for the vibes. ”


819. It taught me once again that the Secretary of the Interior should never make armchair judgements on national conservation issues. ”


820. “Leave it as it is. The ages have been at work on it and man can only mar it. ” – Theodore Roosevelt


821. “I have permits to be the first person in the world to walk across the Grand Canyon so that’s a process we’ll start working on. I’d say within three to five years I’ll accomplish that as well. ” ― Nik Wallenda


822. “In the most beautiful places in the Grand Canyon you feel exalted and humbled at the same time. ” – Ellen Meloy


823. “Take only memories, leave only footprints. ” – Chief Seattle


824. “Flash after flash across the horizon:


825. “With what you don't know about me, I could just about fill the Grand Canyon. ”


826. “Doing it for the ‘gram in the #GrandCanyon.”


827. “We are all starved for the glory of God, not self. No one goes to the Grand Canyon to increase self-esteem. Why do we go? Because there is greater healing for the soul in beholding splendor than there is in beholding self.” — John Piper


828. “In the Grand Canyon, Arizona has a natural wonder which is in kind absolutely unparalleled throughout the rest of the world. ” ― Theodore Roosevelt


829. “In the Grand Canyon, Arizona has a natural wonder which is in kind absolutely unparalleled throughout the rest of the world.”- Theodore Roosevelt


830. “In the Grand Canyon, Arizona has a natural wonder which is in kind absolutely unparalleled throughout the rest of the world.” ~ Theodore Roosevelt


831. “Sky above, earth below, peace within. ”


832. “Majestic doesn’t appeal to us. We [Americans] like the Grand Canyon better with Clarence and Arlene parked in front of it, smiling.”


833. “This is my gym. ”


834. “The Grand Canyon which yawns between the writer’s concept of what he wants to capture in words and what comes through is a cruel abyss. ” ― Fannie Hurst


835. “I can still remember my first experience of standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon and looking into it. It was so awesome, it took a fair amount of restraint to prevent me from jumping into it because I was certain I could fly.” – Mark Goulston


836. “If you are working, almost like with layers of the Grand Canyon, there’s history within those layers.” – Leonardo Drew


837. “I would rather stumble by chance on a tiny stream in the woods than plan a trip to the Grand Canyon.”– Marty Rubin


838. There’s a lot I could say about the Grand Canyon, but it all feels too deep


839. Earth’s Mighty Crack


840. Giving up wifi and grabbing my backpack


841. “It’s like trying to describe what you feel when you’re standing on the rim of the Grand Canyon or remembering your first love or the birth of your child. You have to be there to really know what it’s like” – Jack Schmitt


842. “The Grand Canyon, you can’t describe it. You gotta experience it. ” – Over the Hedge


843. “In the Grand Canyon, Arizona has a natural wonder which is in kind absolutely unparalleled throughout the rest of the world” – Theodore Roosevelt


844. When they end, so do we. ”


845. What’s life but one grand adventure?


846. “It’s not at all naturally human to see something like Grand Canyon as beautiful. ” ― David Roberts


847. “Climbing K2 or floating the Grand Canyon in an inner tube; there are some things one would rather have done than do.” ~ Edward Abbey


848. “A day spent exploring the Grand Canyon is the best kind of therapy.”


849. “I can’t help feeling sedimental looking at these views.”


850. “It’s not at all naturally human to see something like the Grand Canyon as beautiful. ” – David Roberts


851. “Better a cruel truth than a comfortable delusion. ”


852. “If you are working, almost like with layers of the Grand Canyon, there's history within those layers. ”


853. “I believe in evolution. But I also believe, when I hike the Grand Canyon and see it at sunset, that the hand of God is there also.” – John McCain


854. “Leave it as it is. The ages have been at work on it and man can only mar it. ”


855. “Having a ‘grand’ old time here!”


856. “Grand Canyon – A date with nature.”


857. “I would rather stumble by chance on a tiny stream in the woods than plan a trip to the Grand Canyon. ” – Marty Rubin


858. “In the Grand Canyon, Arizona has a natural wonder which is in kind absolutely unparalleled throughout the rest of the world.” — Theodore Roosevelt, one of the Grand Canyon quotes Theodore Roosevelt shared


859. “In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks. ”


860. Grand Canyon Girl


861. “A doctor once told me I feel too much. I said, so does God. Yhat’s why you can see the Grand Canyon from the moon. ”


862. “It’s always a grand old time in Arizona.”


863. “In every outthrust headland, in every curving beach, in every grain of sand there is the story of the earth. ” – Rachel Carson


864. “Epic earth. ”


865. “In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks. ” – John Muir


866. “With what you don’t know about me, I could just about fill the Grand Canyon.”– Kevin Smith


867. “I’d like to see more of Colorado, Utah, and maybe go to Yellowstone. Oh, and I’d like to kayak down Colorado through the Grand Canyon. ” ― Jesse Spencer


868. “I want a little bit of the Grand Canyon.”


869. “Majestic doesn’t appeal to us. We [Americans] like the Grand Canyon better with Clarence and Arlene parked in front of it, smiling.” ~ Garrison Keillor


870. “I believe in evolution. But I also believe, when I hike the Grand Canyon and see it at sunset, that the hand of God is there also.” ~ John McCain


871. “I sit watching until dusk, hypnotized. I think of the sea as continually sloshing back and forth, repetitive, but my psyche goes with the river ― always loping downhill, purposeful, listening only to gravity. ” ― Ann Zwinger


872. “I would rather stumble by chance on a tiny stream in the woods than plan a trip to the Grand Canyon. ” ― Marty Rubin


873. Let yourself be shaped by the flow, like the Grand Canyon, instead of drowned in it


874. “There’s a lot I could say about the Grand Canyon, but it all seems too deep.”


875. Not all those who wander are lost


876. “The Grand Canyon opens up before your very rise.”


877. The Grand Canyon is over a mile deep and reaches up to 18 miles wide at some points


878. “You’re in fine landform today.”


879. Long live the planet and the magic it makes


880. “I could stare at this view forever.”


881. “Well, once you’ve been in the Canyon and once you’ve sort of fallen in love with it, it never ends…it’s always been a fascinating place to me, in fact, I’ve often said that if I ever had a mistress it would be the Grand Canyon.” ~ Barry Goldwater


882. “River rhythms. ”


883. “Sweeter than honey, wider than the sky. ”


884. “Keep calm and hike on. ”


885. Mother Nature’s work of art


886. “Standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon and contemplating your own greatness is pathological. At such moments we are made for a magnificent joy that comes from outside ourselves.”


887. “The elements that unite to make the Grand Canyon the most sublime spectacle in nature are multifarious and exceedingly diverse. ”


888. “Why did the rock go to the Grand Canyon? It heard it was gorges!”


889. “The Grand Canyon which yawns between the writer’s concept of what he wants to capture in words and what comes through is a cruel abyss.”


890. There are valleys flanked by summits loftier than the palisades of the Kaibab. Still the Grand Canyon is the sublimest thing on earth. It is so not alone by virtue of its magnitude, but by virtue of the whole — its ensemble. ”


891. “I’m really looking forward to taking a break. I’ve been working pretty consistently for a while. She wants to take an RV trip. It doesn’t sound quite right, does it? She wants to go to the Grand Canyon. She wants to have a very typical family vacation.”– Michelle Williams


892. “It’s like trying to describe what you feel when you’re standing on the rim of the Grand Canyon or remembering your first love or the birth of your child. You have to be there to really know what it’s like.”- Jack Schmitt


893. “The Grand Canyon: Where Earth shows its bones, its age, and we realize our brief part in the long story of the planet. ” – Into the Grand Canyon


894. “It’s always been a luxury to be able to hop a plane to Paris, to Venice, to the Grand Canyon. ” ― Nancy Gibbs


895. “The Grand Canyon’s favorite music genre? Hard rock. ”


896. “You cannot see the Grand Canyon in one view, as if it were a changeless spectacle from which a curtain might be lifted, but to see it you have to toil from month to month through its labyrinths.”- John Wesley Powell


897. “I wish they’d build a ski jump at the Grand Canyon; it’d be fantastic. ” ― Eddie the Eagle


898. “Keep close to nature’s heart. ”


899. “Politicians wanted to mine the Grand Canyon for zinc and copper, and Theodore Roosevelt said no.” ~ Douglas Brinkley


900. “Life is like the Grand Canyon. You never know what’s around the river bend. ” – Yogi Bear


901. “Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes, or games, are created equal.” — George Will

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