6 How old are the oldest rocks at the bottom of the canyon?

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Answer Close to 2 billion years.
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The Grand Canyon ranges from 4 to 18 miles wide (6 - 28km) and is 277 miles long (445km) (that's. river miles. On average, it is 5000 feet deep (1,524m or over ...
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