Float Down America’s Most Endangered River with Google Street View

By: | April 23rd, 2014

Google’s street view is taking a more adventurous approach. Photo © Google

The Colorado River recently became the first river ever on Google Street View, creating a virtual way for people to explore the six-million-year-old, 1,450-mile long body of water.

It took 8 days to capture the stunning images. The panoramic 360-degree color images were taken using Google’s Trekker backpack-mounted cameras.

Take a behind-the-scenes look:

Marshall Smith

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