Do you have a trip report of a on-trail or off-trail hike you'd like to post as a resource for others? Just email me at mikemahanay@(rem0vethis)gmail.com and I will include it here! just delete the (rem0vethis) from the email address

Grand Canyon Backcountry Hiking! 

Grand Canyon Backcountry Hiking details information you'll need in the wild backcountry. Water sources, routes, and trail descriptions, and trip reports will give you an idea of what to expect in such a rugged, remote, dry, harsh environment! It's HOT! Temperatures in the summer are consistently over 108 degrees! Start hiking before sunrise, and rest at water, in the shade, during the heat of the day. Then start again when the shadows become longer. In the winter expect snow on the rim and cold!

Trips of a Lifetime!


 

 

   


Where is this photo of El Lobo and Mooseman taken?
Photo by Bruce McIntyre

For lively hiking discussions by veterans and novices alike look at Grand Canyon Hikers Email Group and the Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Email Group

 

 

 


The activities described in this web site are potentially dangerous. Canyoneering, rock climbing, and mountaineering involve unavoidable risks including the risk of serious bodily injury and death. All forms of wilderness recreation have a higher level of risk than most ordinary activities. The owner and publisher of this web site do not assume any responsibility or liability for your safety. Those who use this information, and those who venture onto mountainous terrain, do so at their own risk. Disclaimer
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Much of Treks is a compilation of various contributors!
Do you have any off trail stories, hikes, or descriptions you would like to add?

Do you have any questions, comments, or corrections?

If so, drop me a  email at mikemahanay@(rem0vethis)gmail.com
(just delete the "(rem0vethis)" from the email address)