Grand Canyon National Park: Bright Angel Trail By Derek Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2019


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At over 1,900 square miles in size, Grand Canyon National Park offers endless adventure for its visitors. And for those who want a chance to see the bighorn sheep that call the Grand Canyon home, the Bright Angel Point Trail might be the best place to start. This paved, easy-to-walk trail affords spectacular views of the north side of the canyon. From the top of Bright Angel Point, a sharp eye might just catch a glimpse of bighorn sheep frolicking along the cliffs and buttes of the canyon. Rendering this artwork in the iconic styles of turn of the century poster art, ADG artists created a colorful image of two bighorn sheep and the magnificent canyon in the background. Available as a vintage travel poster, art print, canvas banner, postcard, notecard, or metal sign, this artwork looks great on any wall. And to learn more about the Grand Canyon and the important conservation efforts being taken to protect it, visit the website for the Grand Canyon Conservancy.

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