Bob Headings first hiked through the Grand Canyon 10 years ago, and immediately after, knew he wanted to do it again.
One day, however, everything changed: A fall off a ladder left the grandfather paralyzed, unable to hike ever again -- or so he thought.
A decade after that first hike, Headings returned to the Canyon, using a wheelchair for mobility.
Headings' three sons and eight grandsons helped guide him through the rocky terrain, through which they traveled an impressive 17 miles, covering a 4,000 foot change in elevation.
The family's incredible journey -- from the four-month training period to the hike itself -- was filmed by documentarian John Honaker, and made into a video for YouTube.
Bob's grandson, Jase Headings, said of the hike,
Roger Headings, Bob's youngest son, is proud of his father and sees him as a source of inspiration for his entire family,
The five-and-a-half minute long video, titled “I Can't Believe We Just Did That,” tells a powerful story of strength, perseverance and family -- and it'll move you to tears.
Check it out, below.