HIKING THE GRAND CANYON RIM TO RIM TO RIM | From North Kaibab Trail to Bright Angel Trail and Back
Hiking the Grand Canyon Rim-To-Rim-To-Rim // Did you know that out of the 5 million people who visit the Grand Canyon each year, less than 1% of those visitors hike down into the canyon, below the rim?
The Grand Canyon Rim-To-Rim Hike is a 25-mile hike that spans across the Grand Canyon from the North Rim, down to the Colorado River and then back up to the South Rim. Leaving from the North Kaibab Trail on the North Rim, the trail descends 14.3 miles and 6,000 feet to the bottom of the canyon, crossing over the Colorado River as it connects with the Bright Angel Trail. From here, the trail climbs up 4,500 feet in 9.6 miles, heading up to the South Rim.
This year marked my fourth time hiking the Grand Canyon and my third time hiking it Rim-To-Rim-To-Rim. 50 miles in two days, Hands down, this is my favorite hike EVER.
Filmed: Friday, October 8th through Saturday, October 9th, 2020
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