Historic Travel US Wild West: Nature's Untamed Wilderness
Chiseled and honed over centuries by the untiring waters of the Colorado River, the Grand Canyon is rivaled by few other natural phenomena for its grandeur and majesty. Stretching for hundreds of miles across the southwestern part of the Colorado plateau, the Colorado River meanders through a maze of astounding natural sculptures- amphitheaters, amazing tributary canyons, plateaus and mesas. Spectacular 2,000 meter vertical drops from the tops of the plateaus to the riverbed greet astounded visitors, while the subtle hues of layered granite cast an undeniable magic spell. The films on this fascinating 2-DVD set carry unforgettable footage of this natural wonder along with that of other equally alluring places in the Wild West.