10 edition of Hiking the Grand Canyon found in the catalog.
|Statement||by John Annerino.|
|Series||A Sierra Club totebook|
|LC Classifications||GV199.42.A72 G7334 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||92024723|
Hiking the Grand Canyon provides detailed, authoritative descriptions of more than one hundred of the best trailsfrom easy, level day hikes along the Canyons North and South Rims, to rigorous but rewarding rim-to-river treks and trans-canyon :// Canyon experts Michael Ghiglieri and Tom Myers (a biologist and a medical doctor) documented these tragedies in their book Over the Edge – Death in Grand Canyon. The authors show that most of the deaths, whether of experienced adventurers, tourists, or prospectors, occurred when people failed to pay attention to warning signs or did not use
Camping at the bottom of Grand Canyon is one of the most unique experiences in America. The views from the rim are incredible, but the views from the bottom of Grand Canyon are beyond belief. As you gaze upwards, dozens of massive rock formations tower above you on all :// Get this from a library! Hiking the Grand Canyon. [John Annerino] -- Offers detailed trail descriptions for hikes from the North and South Rims of the Canyon, to and from the Colorado River, and easy, level day hikes along the Canyon ://
The Grand Canyon is miles long and up to 18 miles wide, meticulously carved by the Colorado River over 3 to 6 million years. It’s easy to be mesmerized by its beauty, especially when light changes the appearance of the sculpted walls. At times, hikers become so focused on not making a misstep that they forget to stop and revel in the If you’re serious about hiking the Grand Canyon rim to rim, you’ll want to start planning more than a year in advance, especially if you plan on staying at Phantom Ranch. Reservations for Phantom Ranch, which is operated by Xanterra, open up 13 months in advance and are best attained by calling ://
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Grand Canyon National Park offers a wealth of hiking and backpacking trips, and is only truly accessible by hiking, horseback, or rafting. Most visitors stand on the rim, stare down into the Canyon, snap some photos, visit a gift shop or two, eat at the cafeteria and then :// Hiking the Grand Canyon (A Sierra Club Totebook) by John Annerino.
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If it's not, try cities like Williams, Flagstaff, Kingman, Page, Las Vegas or Sedona for your The book also included directions to each trailhead, and other information such as weather and hiking conditons.
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Choose from a wide selection of hiking tours in: Grand Canyon, Havasu Falls, Yosemite, Zion, Bryce, Canyonlands & Grand Staircase-Escalante National cking trips offer the ultimate adventure and the opportunity to experience maximum Hiking the Grand Canyon rim-to-rim is a bucket list adventure. Over the course of nearly 24 miles, hikers descend below the level of the rim, cross the mighty Colorado River, and climb back up the other ://.
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unparalleled experience that changes your perspective. Knowledge, preparation, and a good plan are your keys to. success. Be honest about your health and fitness, know your An excellant reference for the Toroweap Trail and many other Canyon trails is HIKING THE GRAND CANYON by John Annerino.
"Plummeting an astonishing 2, vertical feet in a mile, the Toroweap Trail is an avalanche of a route waiting to throw you to your knees during the descent and to suck the last drop of moisture out of you during the debilitating crawl out," Annerino :// Hiking sandals, sport sandals, walking shoes, trail running shoes and “rugged” walkers are not hiking boots and not appropriate for hiking The Grand Canyon.
We recommend and prefer you to wear over the ankle supportive hiking boots, but ankle-high boots will ://