9 Majestic Instagram Captions for All Your Grand Canyon Vacation Photos

Visiting the Grand Canyon is a transformative experience that everyone should live through at least once—so why keep all of your amazing canyon pics to yourself?

Your photos of the Grand Canyon demand to be shared. If you're having a tough time coming up with just the right captions to express their sheer beauty on Instagram, perhaps one of the following will do the trick:

For the most majestic photo from your Grand Canyon trip:

"In the Grand Canyon, Arizona has a natural wonder which is in kind absolutely unparalleled throughout the rest of the world."

-Theodore Roosevelt


For your most courageous pose against the canyon's striking cliffs:

"What's life but one grand adventure?"


For the gorgeous shot of you posing in front of Havasu Falls:

"Grace is finding a waterfall when you were only looking for a stream."

-Vanessa Hunt

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For the photo of you and your friends looking exhausted, yet satisfied, after your epic canyon hike:

"Yes we canyon."


For the stunning shot capturing the Colorado River carving through the canyon:

"The Grand Canyon is living evidence of the power of water over a period of time. The power may not manifest immediately. Water can be very powerful, like a tidal wave."

-Frederick Lenz"

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For when the beauty of the Grand Canyon is making you a little emotional:

"Crying. Acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon"

-Ron Swanson, Parks and Recreation


For the vertigo-inducing selfie you take from the Grand Canyon Skywalk:

"The Force is with you, young Skywalker."

-Darth Vader, The Empire Strikes Back

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For when you're looking pretty cute in your Grand Canyon selfie:

"Just gorges."


For when you've been left simply speechless:

"The wonders of the Grand Canyon cannot be adequately represented in symbols of speech, nor by speech itself."

-John Wesley Powell


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