It was Theodore Roosevelt who was moved to action when he viewed the canyon, creating a National Monument in 1908. But it wasn't until 1918 that Woodrow Wilson created the Grand Canyon National Park.
A view from the canyon floor is depicted in a series of earth tone colors. The red, purple, and orange colors used evoke images of the various geological layers within the canyon. Interestingly, the Colorado River—whose erosive power carved the canyon over millions of years—is represented as pale green.
If you're looking for a unique way to show your friends, family, and fellow hikers where you've traveled, look no further than a Grand Canyon Trekking Pole Decal. Collect them all!
Very cool, 29th Jul 2018
Reviewer: Everett Mundkowsky
Easy to apply sticker that comes with information about the park on the backing in the form of a second sticker that you can apply anywhere. Looks like good quality vinyl that should last for years.