Best Easy Day Hikes Grand Canyon National Park

Author: Ben Adkison
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493022997
Format: PDF, Docs
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Taking hikers to some of the most scenic sections of the fabulous Grand Canyon National Park, this book includes short descriptions and maps of seventeen easy day hikes in the park. Hikes in this book are fairly short, usually (but not always) without big hills, and are on well-defined, easy-to-follow trails. Fully updated and revised, this guide is the ultimate companion for those seeking a fun, easy, and scenic hike.

Hiking Grand Canyon National Park

Author: Ron Adkison
Publisher: Falcon Guides
ISBN: 9781493023004
Format: PDF
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Fully revised and updated, Hiking Grand Canyon National Park provides first-hand descriptions and detailed maps for all of the park's developed trails as well as tips on safety, hiking with children, access, and services. This guide includes scenic and exciting hiking adventures for both the North and South Rims.

Hiking Grand Canyon National Park

Author: Ron Adkison
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762774983
Format: PDF
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Fully revised and updated, Hiking Grand Canyon National Park provides first-hand descriptions and detailed maps for all of the park's developed trails as well as tips on safety, hiking with children, access, and services. Includes fifteen hikes in the South Rim and thirteen hikes in the North Rim.

Grand Canyon National Park

Author: Ron Adkison
Publisher: Falcon Guides
ISBN: 9780762755271
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Taking hikers to some of the most scenic sections of the fabulous Grand Canyon National Park, this book includes short descriptions and maps of seventeen easy day hikes in the park. Hikes in this book are fairly short, usually (but not always) without big hills, and are on well-defined, easy-to-follow trails.

One Best Hike Grand Canyon

Author: Elizabeth Wenk
Publisher: Wilderness Press
ISBN: 9780899976471
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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One of the world's most spectacular places, the Grand Canyon annually attracts over 4 million visitors who peer over the edge of the abyss. A smaller number of them trek from the rim to the banks of the Colorado River on one of the nation's best-known hikes. Many of these hikers are inadequately prepared for the rigors of what can be a deadly journey. This indispensable guide describes the most popular route into the canyon -- the 16.2 mile round-trip route from the South Rim to the Colorado River. It addresses the many possible hazards (extreme heat, cold, elevation gain/loss of over 9,000 feet), gives advice on physical conditioning, and includes helpful charts, maps, and GPS waypoints for the best rest points. The hike itself is covered mile by mile, with expert coaching and hints along the way. Experienced and novice hikers alike will benefit from its encouraging, can-do approach.

Canyon Crossing

Author: Seth Muller
Publisher: Grand Canyon Association
ISBN: 1934656135
Format: PDF, ePub
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"There's the Grand Canyon as seen from one of the rims. Spectacular. Awe-inspiring. Dramatic. And there's the Grand Canyon below the rims, a very different place steeped in wilderness, bus-sized boulders, tumbling streams, knee-shredding switchbacks, solitude, and the cataract-punctuated Colorado River. The trails in Grand Canyon National Park attract more than 80,000 permitted overnight backpackers annually, as well as an untold number of day hikers and mule riders. Join author Seth Muller on a grand adventure, searching for the Grand Canyon's soul along miles of canyon trails. Muller profiles rangers, artists, volunteers, hikers, ultra-marathoners, mule skinners, and others who regularly experience the inner canyon, presenting the Corridor Trails in intimate, creative prose that will carry the reader into the depths of the canyon and back out again"--P. 4 of cover.

Best Easy Day Hiking Guide and Trail Map Bundle

Author: Ben Adkison
Publisher: Falcon Guides
ISBN: 9781493023745
Format: PDF, Docs
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Taking hikers to some of the most scenic sections of the fabulous Grand Canyon National Park, this book includes short descriptions and maps of seventeen easy day hikes in the park. Hikes in this book are fairly short, usually (but not always) without big hills, and are on well-defined, easy-to-follow trails. Fully updated and revised, this guide is the ultimate companion for those seeking a fun, easy, and scenic hike. This edition also comes with a beautiful map from the experts at National Geographic!

Hiking the Grand Canyon

Author: John Annerino
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1510715002
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Perfect for first-time visitors, day hikers, and seasoned canyoneers alike, expert hiker John Annerino’s Hiking the Grand Canyon is one of the most user-friendly and comprehensive guides to America’s premier natural wonder and UNESCO World heritage Site. • Fold-out map of Grand Canyon Trails • Color photographs and historical black and white photos • Vignettes of the Canyon’s Native Peoples, explorers, and trail blazers • Environment, geology, life zones, natural history, and sacred landmarks • Preparation, training, clothing, gear, food, maps, hazards, and precautions • Camping, lodging, guided trips, permits, and resources Featuring detailed, authoritative descriptions of more than one hundred of the Canyon’s best trails, from easier day hikes perfect for beginners to more rigorous, rim-to-river and cross-canyon treks.

Grand Canyon

Author: James Kaiser
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780982517260
Format: PDF, Kindle
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From the best viewpoints to the best hikes, author/photographer James Kaiser shows you what to see, what to do and how to avoid the crowds. In-depth chapters on the park's history, geology and wildlife take readers behind the scenes, providing fascinating context for one of earth's greatest natural wonders.