River Trip 07: Grand Canyon: THE CANYON: Native People and the Grand 1 day ago   05:36

GrandCanyonNPS
What sensitive locations along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park are restricted to all visitors - be they boaters or hikers?

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Desert Sky
So, National Park Service, what ever happened to the NPS employees that authorized a "Controlled Burn" in 40+ mph winds on the ridges of the Grand Canyon that burned approximate 50,000 acres?!!! This happened in the 2000s, but it's NOWHERE on the internet or in your Grand Canyon historical fire data.....WTF?! It was big news at the time, but time has forgotten this HUGE SIN that the National Park Service committed!!! YOU don't hold yourselves accountable, and now there is no record I can find on the internet referencing this huge, catastrophic fire that DESTROYED untold historical finds!!!

Oh, but "normal" civilizations cannot be trusted to respect park landmarks??.......GO EFF YOURSELVES, NPS!!! You act like elitists and treat civilians like serfs! F.U.!!!

Please, anyone who knows about the fire that I'm talking about & has a link, please REPLY to this post. Much appreciated.
Socore
3:03 That's some gate!

It's always interesting when some bullshit excuse is used to justify restricting access to someplace. Why is such a serious gate required to keep people out? Can't let the truth be known of the sight. There are quite literally thousands of dangerous caves all over the US that do not have this kind of measure to prevent entry, if any at all. The secrets they hide must be something worth hiding...
Semiramis Bonaparte
THIS VIDEO PISSES ME OFF. FUCK YOU
Lizzie Sangi
These petite documentaries of the Grand Canyon are shamefully short. If one took a thought to the emaciating fact that an inter city kid today knows more about a rat than a frog, and has never seen a frog in its' natural habitat - the Grand Canyon is a living fossil waay too few Americans know anything of.
Chris Nelson
Watch out for crptobiotic soil. Also check out missing 411
Corey Fisher
They don't want anyone to see aliens just like area 51 .. Restricted
Aneudi Diaz
Why is there a restriction on entering the Grand Canyon if you want to visit places like the Osiris Temple, Shiva Temple or Isis Temple? Is there something about the discovery of ancient Egyptian caves that the National Park doesn't want the public knowing about? I find that highly compelling.
Janet C
DON'T TELL WHAT TO DO IN MY COUNTRY AND DON'T TELL ME I CAN'T ENTER A CAVE MOUTH, BUT BATS COULD PISS AND SHIT ALL OVER THE PLACE. AND I WILL PUT POTTERY PIECES IN A CLLECTION SPOT FOR DISPLAY BITCH. WHAT IS THE PARK SERVICE TRYING TO HIDE ?
Janet C
bull shitski open the whole cannnon for pubic use.
D-rex
Should I return the golden cups with Egyptian hieroglyphs I found?
Tracy Beverly
Just the reason I hike BLM land
Tracy Beverly
Please don't come and enjoy our history just look at it on you tube.
sfholton
You Suck
Mixed Girl Goddess
I would love to know who thinks they own the earth while they pillage graves and display them in museum after getting $$$$ but we the people are always told we can not see it or go in it......straight BS
Valorous Wolf
If they protected the the rainforests and public schools as well as the giant crack in the desert.....
Valorous Wolf
Favorite part, "stay on the trail so you dont damage the FRAGILE desert environment!!!
Tod Canton
Nothing to see here "move along" lol
Robert Evans
What a crock of SHIT!!! I DONT WANT TO GO NOW SO THERE
Meme Bear
it is a rough rugged desert and people camping in it would not hurt it at all period
Carl Clouse
Delicate ecosystem my f****** ass restricted areas are because of Egyptian artifacts and Buddha artifacts that litter Grand Canyon caves covered up since 1909 state parks are supposed to be for people's use the people own them communist f****** Prix you guys and the Smithsonian institution of thievery and deception hide the Giants hide history of mankind one day that s*** will be over you'll answer to God for that
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THE CANYON: Native People and the Grand River Trip 07: Grand Canyon: 1 day ago   03:49

Before dams and Parks, these were the Native People of the Canyons.