Shoot with care
The Nankowep granaries are ancient historic structures. Please do not touch, lean on, enter, or otherwise interfere with this structures. Touching or entering the structures is against National Park rules.
About this spot
The view from the Nankoweap Granaries is one of the most famous and iconic shots in Grand Canyon National Park. The granaries are ancient structures built high above the river by the ancestral Puebloan people (formerly referred to as Anasazi). These archeological ruins were built in about 1100 AD.
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