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Hiking Grand Canyon National Park, 2nd (Regional Hiking Series) Paperback – March 1, 2006
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From the Back Cover
Hiking Grand Canyon National Park provides firsthand descriptions and detailed maps for all the developed trails in the Park. Veteran hiker and guidebook author Ron Adkison recommends his favorite routes, from easy day hikes suitable for novices and children to extended backpack trips for intrepid wilderness travelers. He also provides tips on safety, hiking with children, access, and services, as well as indispensable information about backcountry regulations, permits, and water sources.
Look inside to find:
Accurate directions to the trailheads
Difficulty ratings, trail contacts, fees/permits, best hiking seasons,
About the Author
Other guidebooks by Ron Adkison include
Hiking Northern California
Exploring Beyond Yellowstone
Hiking Wyoming's Wind River Range
Best Easy Day Hikes Grand Canyon
Hiking Grand Staircase-Escalante and the Glen Canyon Region
Best Easy Day Hikes Grand Staircase-Escalante and the Glen Canyon Region
Hiking Southern California
Best Easy Day Hikes Northern Sierra
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I liked the straightforward and informative approach that Ron Adkinson takes in this book. The Grand Canyon is a big place with a lot of alternatives for trips. I was able figure out which trails I want to take using this book.
I especially like the capsule summary of each route that have clear ratings for the difficulty, water availability, average hiking times, suggested cache points, and distance.
Compared to this book, I found the HTGCG by Lon Abbott and Teri Cook nearly as good but the focus on the geology in HTGCG makes it harder to pull out the hiking information. Though, once your route is chosen, HTGCG, helps you understand what you see.
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