Grand Canyon Trail Guide: South Kaibab
The South Kaibab Trail is the shortest route from the South Rim to the Colorado River and provides the most direct access to Phantom Ranch at the bottom of the gorge. Several hours of downhill tromping take hikers through 6.4 miles of red rock splendor, following winding switchbacks to the rivers edge. This guide provides a summary of what to expect along the way. To make your hike more interesting, it includes an overview of trail history, geology, and ecology.
The Official Guide to Hiking Grand Canyon is a revised edition of a classic, with even more trails, maps and detailed information. In addition, color photos, history and details on the backcountry permit system provide valuable tips.
heres the Grand Canyon as seen from one of the rims. Spectacular. Awe-inspiring. Dramatic. And theres the Grand Canyon below the rims, a very different place steeped in wilderness, bus-sized boulders, tumbling streams, knee-shredding switchbacks, solitude,...
Nestled at the bottom of Grand Canyon and accessible only by foot, mule, or boat, Phantom Ranch maintains a sense of the past like few places on Earth, slowing the pace of its visitors' lives. Phantom Ranch tells the story of the ranch, touching on its...
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Hikernut's Grand Canyon Companion: A Guide to Hiking & Backpacking the Most Popular Trails into the Canyon: Bright Angel, South Kaibab & North Kaibab Trails
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In the center of this tshirt is a photo of the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon by Pete Hendley Photography. This is Boat Beach at the bottom of the South Kaibab Trail.. Grand Canyon National Park is famous for its high sandstone cliffs, desert, blue...