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John Mcfarling reviewed Drew Trail via Highline Trail
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Mountain bikingRocky

It was nice that I could take my mountain bike for a walk. There was some places I could actually ride it. Has some real nice places in the middle but overall wear good hiking boots. of course experienced riders probably dont have to much of a problem.

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Mark Probst reviewed Watson Lake and Flume Trail
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Trent Fullmer reviewed Horton Creek Trail
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Mountain bikingGreat!

Great trail! Just challenging enough going up, and a lot of fun coming down. Beautiful views

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Mary Tolle reviewed Uncle Jim Trail
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This trail was amazingly beautiful. Spectacular views for part of tail and 1/2 of loop. Nice hike through forest for rest. Can’t believe someone only gave it 3 stars!!

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Roberta Mcleod reviewed Horton Creek Trail
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Very beautiful hike, in the light rain and clouds. More uphill than you realize, when you start back down. A good day out with my daughter! 4 1/2 hours with lunch a the spring and 1/4 mile up the rim trail before turning around.

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Stephanie Holbrook reviewed Rim to Rim - North Kaibab to Bright Angel
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HikingMuddy

Beautiful but hard. We were on the trail by 5:30 am. Finished 13 hours later.

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HikingGreat!

I’m an avid and experienced hiker - this hike is difficult. We left at 6 at the trailhead, got down to phantom around 9. Rested for an hour and drank their $5 lemonade (highly recommend and yes they take card and prefer it due to COVID). Then the trek to Indian gardens is HOT. It was 124F down there and 80 up at the rim. Indian Gardens was a blessing in disguise. Nice rest stop with water. A lot of people came unprepared and ran out of water and snacks which we helped provide. There are water filling stations (3 of them) after phantom ranch but do not underestimate the heat of the desert. I drank about 9 liters the entire trip plus a camelbak. Overall, this hike is amazing and worth it. It definitely feels like an accomplishment. The people you meet on trail are like family. Did 19 miles in 12 hours.

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Steve Vogel reviewed Dude Mountain
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HikingGreat!

Short and steep. We parked in the KOA after asking one of the workers where the trailhead was. It's directly in the back of the campground, at the end of their main road. We found the trail to be well marked with purple paint spots on rocks and the occasional cairn. Just be sure to take the left trail at the green water tank.

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Rene Lumsden reviewed Horton Creek Trail
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John Magdaleno reviewed Cabin Loop: Houston Brothers - U-Bar
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Wow. What a hike. It took me over ten hours but very determined to complete on Saturday. I can’t say enough about the beauty of this state. The trail is well marked and at times narrow. The leaves are turning colors and the cool breezes through the forest amazing. Barbershop trail was a little brutal but also amazing. Planning more hikes on the rim before the hard winter hits. AHG.

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Incredible experience

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HikingOver grown

Lots of side trails to explore. the ruins themselves were amazing!

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Jorge Blanco Cano reviewed Cape Final
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Jamie Patasin reviewed Inner Basin Trail
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Gorgeous trail for the fall. The leaves of the aspens are just starting to turn for the fall

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Stevie Billingsley reviewed Mount Baldy via East Baldy Trail #95
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HikingGreat!

Beautiful trail, heard elk bugling all morning and fell in love with the scenery! Perfect hiking weather this time of year! Next time we’ll camp overnight.

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Christina Birkel reviewed Watson Lake and Flume Trail
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Sean Terrillion reviewed Canyon Point Sinkhole Trail
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Hiking

This is at the Canyon Point Campground, $5 if you're just visiting, even just to hike the trail and leave. With the America the Beautiful pass, among others, it's free. Worth it though even if you pay. The best way to do it eould obviously be if you're already camping here, especially with a spot right along the trail. That would be cool. Otherwise, not a challenging hike at all, couple spots where there are rocks, but it's not bad. Perfect for kids.

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Reyna Felix reviewed Watson Lake and Flume Trail
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Hiking

A lot harder than moderate especially in 80+ degree weather with the sun beaming down

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Adrian Cardoni reviewed Turkey Creek
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AnhnTh V reviewed Horton Creek Trail
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Nick Fassler reviewed Cabin Loop Trail
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HikingGreat!

Upfront: To escape Seattle’s smoke blankets and finally breath some fresh air again (seeing blue sky doesn’t hurt either), I booked a weekend getaway to Arizona on short notice. To prepare for the trip, I found this app online with tons of recommendations, the Bright Angel Trail amongst others. I don’t hike a lot, actually it was my first hike in 2020 but consider myself athletic. A mixture of healthy respect from all the reviews about the trail, the heat, sun and my hiking experience made me thinking - how far can I go for a day trip, starting in Grand Canyon Village? Bright Angel Trail: Not knowing where I would turn around on the trail, I started in Grand Canyon Village on 9AM. The access is easy, right from the street between bus station and hotel, offering a breathtaking view over the Grand Canyon - now you start realizing what the “Grand” stands for. The trail is well maintained and while I was continuing the steep decline into the Canyon, a lot of hikers made their way out. It was not crowded though (quarantine phenomenon?) and one could easily keep walking next to each other on the trail. There are rest houses every 1.5 miles with water and restrooms and also several rangers on the trail. I finally decided to get some expert opinions on how far it’ll take me today. Accordant message from all rangers: Indian Gardens to enjoy yourself (would take you 2.5 hours down and 5 up). After 1:10h, I arrived at Indian Gardens (incl. stopping for photos) and met a group of hikers that were as surprised as I about the early arrival. We decided to give it a try and continued to the Colorado River. Post Indian Gardens, it was an additional 1 hour hike, deeper and deeper into the Canyon with a rattle snake, squirrels, a bighorn sheep and mountain goats on my way down. The water was cool and inviting for a bath during my 45 minutes break. People were eating, drinking and playing like little kids in the water - a reward for the first half. Considering it would take me double the time to hike back up, I wanted to leave at 12 to be back at my car around 5PM with a little buffer. Surprisingly, I arrived at 3PM back in Grand Canyon Village, after 16.9 mile length, 4,833 ft elevation gain, and 34,973 steps - the way back to Indian Gardens and the first rest house was as quick as the way down. The last 3 miles were extremely hard though. All in all it took me 5 hours of hiking plus an enjoyable break at the Colorado River. I’m writing this review the next morning out of my hotel bed and have to admit: my legs are burning. Would I do it again? Definitely! Probably with a longer break at the River :) IG: daniel_neuki

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