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Hiking Grand Canyon National Park, 2nd (Regional Hiking Series) by Ron Adkison

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Published by Falcon .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • United States - West - Mountain (General),
  • Travel,
  • Travel - United States,
  • Hiking,
  • Travel / United States / West / Mountain (AZ, CO, ID, MT, NM, UT, WY)

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8035069M
ISBN 100762736577
ISBN 109780762736577

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  Epic Grand Canyon Hike: A Mile Challenge (Part 1) Photographer Pete McBride and writer Kevin Fedarko embark on a perilous adventure to make a sectional thru-hike of the Grand Canyon, a feat. Grand Canyon Conservancy Field Institute offers everything from single-day hiking classes and tours to multi-day backpacks, treks, and river rafting. Whet your hiking appetite by visiting the trails pages below. For full details concerning day hiking and backpacking at Grand Canyon National Park. I've looked at several guidebooks and I've bought bought this book as well as Hiking Grand Canyon National Park, 2nd (Regional Hiking Series) by John Annerino, and Hiking the Grand Canyon's Geology (Hiking Geology) (HTGCG) by Lon Abbott and Teri Cook. I liked the straightforward and informative approach that Ron Adkinson takes in this book/5. The Grand Canyon has hundreds of miles of hiking trails, most departing from the South Rim Village or the North Rim a day hike down as far as you want, then back. Go backpacking on a multiday trip and stay at Phantom Ranch or a backcountry campground deep in the canyon. You can even hike up from your rafting trip on the Colorado River.