Hike out of the Grand Canyon, up the Bright Angel Trail, becomes an athletic endeavor
Hiking out of the Grand Canyon, up the popular Bright Angel Trail to the South Rim, becomes a bit of an athletic challenge for a middle-aged hiker dropped off by his Colorado River rafting group at Phantom Ranch.
Commentator Scott Thybony Shares Some Rules Of The Grand Canyon
Rules of thumb come in handy at times. Commentator Scott Thybony has learned a few of them over the years from Grand Canyon guides, scientists, and rangers
South Kaibab, Phantom Ranch, and Bright Angel Trail
Experience the Grand Canyon like few others with this unforgettable 2-3 day trip down into the canyon. If you are looking for the perfect hike in the Grand Canyon, this is it. The 2 (or 3) day hike will take you down into the canyon to where few visitors have the privilege of going. Although the Bright Angel trail is not as steep and has more shade cover and water, the views from the South Kaibab trail are unbeatable. It is best to start from the South Kaibab, hike down to the Bright Angel…
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Bright Angel and Plateau Point Trails, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
The 9.5 mile Bright Angel Trail is the most popular way to hike to the Colorado River from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. A side path reaches Plateau Point, an overlook of the Colorado. Trail guide including topo map, photographs and video
AllTrails: Trail Guides & Maps for Hiking, Camping, and Running | AllTrails
Bright Angel Trail to Bright Angel Campground and River Trail is a 19 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Grand Canyon, Arizona that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
A Virtual Hike in the Grand Canyon - Completing the Bright Angel Trail
Grand Canyon Hiking - The Bright Angel and South Kaibab Trails
Rubber tips for hiking poles. These can be found from $3-15 and prevent your hiking poles from poking through your dry bag. They also help while trekking over rocks!