Google Street View has gone to the ends of the Earth to bring us breathtaking views. Now, they've gone to one of my favorite locations in my home state of Arizona: down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.
According to Fox News:
The search giant partnered with the advocacy group American Rivers to showcase views of nearly 300 miles of whitewater rapids, towering red canyon walls, and rich geologic history.
The 360-degree views that went live Thursday in Google's Street View map option once were reserved largely for rafters who were lucky enough to board a private trip through the remote canyon, or those willing to pay big bucks to navigate its whitewater rapids.