Grand Canyon In Depth Video Series

Grand Canyon In Depth is a video podcast series that explores the natural and human history of Grand Canyon National Park. Join park rangers, scientists, and historians as they take us beyond the rim of the canyon to discover the diversity of life and the extraordinary beauty of Grand Canyon National Park.

Produced by the National Park Service in association with Bristlecone Media and Grand Canyon Association, the official nonprofit partner of Grand Canyon National Park.
 

North Rim: Grand Canyon in Depth Episode 7

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Duration:
8 minutes, 21 seconds

There is something about the North Rim of Grand Canyon that invokes a sense of solitude and serenity. This is a place that invites you to slow down, to ponder, to feel your own innate creativity, and to fall in love with landscape.

 
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Learn more about the North Rim. North Rim Camping and Lodging.

 

 

Pipeline on the Precipice - Grand Canyon in Depth - Episode 6

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Duration:
9 minutes, 3 seconds

The Trans-Canyon Pipeline was built in the late 1960's and supplies all of Grand Canyon National Park's potable water.  Over the past decade the pipeline has suffered numerous leaks, fissures, and breaks. Full replacement of the TCP is currently estimated at around $150 million.
"Guaranteed water to the South Rim is in peril as long as we have the existing pipeline and infrastructure in place. If we don’t have that, then everybody goes home." Grand Canyon N.P. Sup't Dave Uberuaga, 

 
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Desert View Watchtower - Grand Canyon in Depth - Episode 5

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Duration:
10 minutes, 48 seconds

Perched on the edge of Grand Canyon, a surprising stone tower celebrates ancient mysteries of the Southwest. The Desert View Watchtower is a monument to a time, a place and a people. Discover what inspired architect Mary Colter to build the Watchtower in 1932.

 

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Learn more about the Watchtower and the Desert View Tribal Heritage Project

 

 

Night Sky - Grand Canyon in Depth - Episode 4

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Duration:
10 minutes, 4 seconds

Experience the mystery and wonder of Grand Canyon National Park's night sky with Astronomer Tyler Nordgren and Park Ranger Rader Lane. Explore the beauty of the night sky and learn what you can do to help preserve it.

 
 

 

Phantom Ranch - Grand Canyon in Depth - Episode 3

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Duration:
9 minutes, 50 seconds

Visit Phantom Ranch, a historic oasis nestled at the bottom of Grand Canyon; a storied place that can only be reached on foot, by mule, or by rafting the Colorado River.

 

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Hidden Waters - Grand Canyon In Depth - Episode 02

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Duration:
9 minutes, 6 seconds

In Episode 02,"Hidden Waters," travel with scientists to explore springs hidden deep within Grand Canyon. The ecosystems of Grand Canyon's seeps and springs represent some of the most complicated, diverse, productive, provocative, and threatened ecosystems on earth.

 
 

 

More Than A View - Grand Canyon In Depth - Episode 01

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Duration:
8 minutes, 39 seconds

In "More Than A View," Park Ranger Stephanie Sutton invites us to go beyond the rim and explore all that Grand Canyon National Park has to offer; diverse life zones, landforms, and cultural history.

 
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Mailing Address:

PO Box 129
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023

Phone:

(928) 638-7888
This is the main phone number for general park questions.

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