Grand Canyon Rim to Rim - Day 4





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Uploaded on Nov 24, 2010

Set out early to tackle one of the harder portions of the rim-to-rim hike. Only 4.5 miles, but most of this trek is straight up. Shuttle back to North Rim is waiting -- if you make it by 1:30 p.m. -- so get going. Backpacking adventure in Grand Canyon National Park begins at North Rim and ends at South Rim with stops at Cottonwood, Bright Angel (Phantom Ranch), and Indian Gardens. Kevin and Lorrie Cesarz made the trip in September (7-10) of 2010. It was Lorrie's first Grand Canyon experience, Kevin's second.

Music - Lucas Gonze's Slightly on the Mash, Juba Breakdown and Ghost Solos - http://soupgreens.com/category/mymusic/

Day 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glDFry... - (North Rim to Cottonwood)
Day 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uIDyT... - (Cottonwood to Bright Angel)
Day 3 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6iHWO... - (Bright Angel to Indian Gardens)
Day 3.5 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTzfB7... - (Tonto Trail to The Plateau)
Day 4 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuZe1D... - (Indian Gardens to South Rim)

Planning a Grand Canyon trip? Hope this helps.

• Grand Canyon National Park - http://www.nps.gov/grca

• Backcountry Camping Permits: There is a non-refundable fee of $10 per permit plus $5 per person per night camped below the rim. - http://www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit...

• Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim: 1-928-638-7875 (main number); 1-928-638-2611 (dinner reservations); Dining room has about 120 seats, beautiful, delicious food.

• Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim (Xanterra Resorts) - 1-877-386-4383; We stayed in a Pioneer Cabin (about $120); we also stayed in a Motel (about $110) - http://foreverlodging.com/lodging.cfm...

• Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim has a reservation calendar that you can track a year in advance - https://reservations.foreverresorts.c...

• Phantom Ranch dinner reservations (Xanterra Resorts) 1-928-638-2631; they offer dinner (steak or veggie chili) and breakfast (bacon, eggs and pancakes); Dinners about $35-$40 each, Breakfast about the same price. Expensive but that's what it costs to haul food down into the canyon on mules.

• Grand Canyon Shuttle North Rim - 1-928-638-2820 Mailing address (Trans Canyon Shuttle, PO Box 348, Grand Canyon, AZ 86023); $80 per person. Trans Canyon takes cash or check and asks for half in advance. I have used them twice. They are safe, efficient and pleasant.


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