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Lee's Ferry 360° Photo Sphere in Tiny Planet View

360° Photo & Video Gallery

Imagine you're staring at an electronic device... okay good!

Now imagine you are surrounded by the Grand Canyon...or Cataract Canyon... or Desolation Canyon...

If it's hard to do, then you may be suffering from symptoms of Nature Deficit Disorder - it's simply been too long since you immersed yourself in wild places. We can help!

Long Term Fix: There's nothing like the real thing. You'll just have to book a trip for this summer! If you have already, good thinking! Share this remedy with anyone you know that needs more teeter in their totter. We're talking about literally surrounding yourself with nature and wild places. Field tests have proven that there are life-long benefits associated with this kind of treatment. It's that good!

Short Term Fix: To alleviate the effects of Nature Deficit Disorder during the long winter months when we are away from the river and Canyons we love, we have developed "360 Degree Virtual Nature Teleportation Portals". Some call them "Magic Rectangles". There are more than a dozen views to peek at in each trip. Use your computer mouse or tablet finger device to literally "look around" the canyons. It's pretty amazing.

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Choose a 360° Video (Yes, that's right... Video)

As it Is - Documentary Trailer

A Grand Canyon VR Documentary aimed at giving the public a view of plans that could threaten the views inside Grand Canyon forever.

Use your mouse (or finger on touch devices) to swipe left or right, up and down to view the 360 video. Some hand-held devices even allow you to move the device to change the view.

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Learn More About the Trips in the 360° Gallery

Grand Canyon Upper Nankoweap Meagan

Grand Canyon 6 or 7 Day Vacation

The Grand Canyon is no doubt very well known, at least by name and in most cases by appearance. This seven day expedition travels 188 miles from Lee's Ferry to Whitmore Wash were the helicopters whisk guests up and out of the canyon in a memorable way. 360° footage and photos reveal spectacularly grand scenery from one location to the next, and a multitude of waterfalls and side-canyon hikes that continue to stun visitors with their beauty. More than 60 large rapids on the Colorado River keep this trip exciting at every turn.

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Grand Canyon Lower Jrig Tea

Grand Canyon 3 Day River Trip

From the helicopter entrance into the canyon, to the springs and waterfalls like Travertine Grotto, the lower portion of the Grand Canyon continues to impress. Rapids in the lower section are not as large as in the upper 6 or 7 day expedition, but fun nonetheless. Scenery seen in the 360° photos shows that the canyon is no less spectacular and grand on this shorter Grand Canyon trip.

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Cataract Canyon Dead Horse Point

Colorado River 4 Day Cataract Canyon

Often mistaken in photographs as it's larger downstream brother, the Grand Canyon, Cataract Canyon in Utah is the perfect alternate when the Grand Canyon is either not available, or you are looking to explore new territory. The 360° views demonstrate there's plenty to explore. In high water flows, typically in the spring and early summer, the rapids in Cataract Canyon rival and arguably even eclipse the size of those found in the Grand Canyon. This shorter trip also allows time for adventure in Utah's famous town of Moab - where this trip begins and ends. There are plenty of activities to keep you smiling in Moab!

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Desolation Canyon Utah Rafting Fist Pump

Green River 5 Day Desolation Canyon Adventure

Desolation Canyon is a majestic beauty in the eastern cliffs of Utah, and the perfect trip for those looking to get a little more intimate with the water in an inflatable kayak or oar-rig. The water is typically warmer, and the rapids are more friendly and less challenging - but no less fun! Sandy beaches are fun for all kinds of play too. 360° views show off the beauty hidden in this canyon, and hint at a very intriguing human history in the canyon.

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