Google Maps has gotten down and dirty in Arizona by mapping out over 75 miles of trails and roads in one of nature’s most impressive wonders.
The initiative is part of Google’s new Trekker program, which puts the famous 360-degree, 15-lens street view cameras in on a wearable backpack, allowing Google maps to give you up close and personal views of areas accessible only on foot.
You can access the wide array of beautiful Grand Canyon imagery right here.
With on-foot mapping now added to their repertoire, perhaps we’ll see some more extreme locations added to Google’s World Wonders Project. Everest, anyone?