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What River Flows Through The Grand Canyon In The USA?

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The Colorado river runs through the Grand Canyon.
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Colorado river
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The Colorado River
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The Grand Canyon is one of the truly majestic sights to be seen in the United States of America. It is one of the things about America that anyone from across the world can instantly identify with, besides the Statue of Liberty. Located in the state of Arizona, the Grand Canyon was converted to a National Park, one of the first parks in the U.S. It is about 277 miles (446 km) long, and is between 0.25 to 15 miles (0.4 to 24 km) wide, and is about 1,600 m or 1 mile deep.    The river that runs through the Grand Canyon is the Colorado, and it is one of the main reasons for the existence of the Canyon. Basically, the Canyon has been formed due to the Colorado and its tributaries cutting a channel through the area over millions of years. The Colorado cutting through layers and layers of sediment, as the Colorado Plateaus have been lifted up, has resulted in the formation of this steep-sided gorge that is now a national park.
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The Caloroon river flows through the Grand Canoyn.  In fact it is the largest river in Arizona.

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