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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] In the Arizona desert, shifting sunlight colors high stone walls, worn by water into fantastic shapes. ➡ Subscribe: About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world’s premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what’s possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Horseshoe Bend, a dramatic curve of the Colorado River, has become a popular stop along the highway north of the Grand Canyon. Despite increasing crowds, until now Horseshoe Bend has had minimal development. 2018 is seeing the addition of a viewing platform with a guardrail, and an accessible trail. Local planners aim to limit the project’s effect on the land. But human impact on the region’s landmarks is a contentious subject. Nearby Glen Canyon Dam which created the vast reservoir of Lake Powell is still controversial decades after construction. A little southeast of the dam, Antelope Canyon’s two segments lie on Navajo land. They’re considered the most-photographed of the slot canyon landscapes in the Southwest. Colors in the sinuous channels change as light shifts. Generally dry, the riverbeds face the risk of flash floods when rains hit. But such forces also carved the sandstone’s flowing shapes. Read more in “Road Trip to the Underrated Side of the Grand Canyon” Enter the Travel Photographer of the Year Contest. Do you have what it takes? Explore the Twisting Desert Landscapes of the American Southwest | National Geographic National Geographic Video Rating: / 5


  • National Geographic 2 years ago

    The Arizona desert has many popular destinations for adventurers to explore. Which of these places intrigued you the most?

  • Buddha's Disciple 2 years ago

    127 HOURS !

  • Dakuri Krishna 2 years ago

    Best nature

  • Dakuri Krishna 2 years ago

    Nice video

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  • Kelly Kurt 2 years ago

    Since we stole everything else from the indigenous, we might as well preserve this shared beauty.

  • Maria Granzeier 2 years ago

    That is so pretty!

  • SpookeyR 2 years ago

    Who did the music for this video?

  • MrRontog 2 years ago


  • Rajesh Gandotra 2 years ago

    Is this 4k or full hd

  • niBBun 2 years ago

    Only have one reaction
    O Me Gah

  • Himanshu Bhatt 2 years ago

    The ancient Egyptians had made it to The Grand Canyon.
    The Arizona Gazette in April 5, 1909 had published an archeological find in the Marble Canyon cave openings wherein mainly Egyptian artifacts were uncovered by the Smithsonian Museum's archeologists (the first of whom was G.E. Kinkaid.)

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  • Brandon 2 years ago

    Horseshoe Bend, off-rez, $0. Antelope Canyon, on-rez, >$50 per person. Good luck taking your family to go see this. Stick to the National Park Service for much better bang for your buck.

  • ConDragon 2 years ago

    Sure. Antelope Canyon is beautiful. But it's very expensive. You have to pay like 70-80$ per person. For a family that's a lot of money.

  • David 2 years ago

    I get scared to look down!

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