Moon. Venus. Jupiter below. Pleiades just above (compact cluster), Hyades a little to the left above (V-shaped, open cluster). Colorado River shining in the moonlight.
Nothing need be said. Just marvel.
Having been to the Grand Canyon myself, and hiked down into it (along the Havasupai branch - named for the tribe whose reservation is on that section of the canyon), I can honestly recommend that anyone who gets a chance should see it.
If you had a nice camera, a mount, and some time, you could also capture Mars in opposition with Jupiter and Venus. Note also that the photographer here captured Mercury by itself against a darker background and put it into the shot more visibly.
Click the link at the top of the post to see the full gallery of shots collected by the APOD editors via submissions to Starship Asterisk, the APOD forum.