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Grand Canyon NP - Bright Angel and South Kaibob Trails (Strenuous)

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Endorsed by Curators:
May 20 6:00AM - 9:00PM

I have reserved one of the nicest pull through tent sites at the Mather Campground - Aspen Loop #44 - for 2 nights Sat and Sunday, May 20 and 21st. There will be a hike on Monday as well before we take off back to Santa Fe. Obviously, there are alot of details to cover, much more than I can list here. Expect to pay about $40 for gas and $15 for entry if you do not have a pass. These are strenuous hikes and I will be very selective with the rsvp's with this hike. I love solo hiking and I also love company so it's a win/win for me at this beautiful NP. Rsvp's will be placed on a waitlist.

How to find us:Please contact Charles at (505) 501-0192 for more details. There will be a limit of 4 hikers and 2 vehicles.

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