The Grand Canyon Caverns
The Grand Canyon Caverns are found along Route-66 in the desert of Arizona. The Grand Canyon Caverns are often referred to as ‘the hole in the ground’, obviously due to the caverns being underground. These caverns reside twenty-one stories below ground and open a whole world of exploration and history. The Grand Canyon Caverns are a dry cavern and also considered a dead cavern because there are no bats, bugs, snakes, nor anything living. Of course, besides the workers and guests that visit and tour the caverns. While touring these caverns you can see many different types of animals remains from falling beneath the surface, some from hundreds of years before. Due to the dry cave, conditions for mummification are perfect and natural.