Grand Canyon National Park Climber's Log

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st_mcchristi - May 9, 2007 11:59 am Date Climbed: Mar 15, 2007

Over the Edge Veg  Sucess!

Went out with a vegitation crew from the grand canyon trust and cleaned out tamarisk with a group of friends over 5 days, absolutely awesome! went down south bass trail to copper canyon, got the opportunity to explore copper canyon from top to bottom, cant wait to go back again someday


klwagar - May 8, 2007 11:25 am

Hermit and beyond  Sucess!

A few days down the Hermit and along the Tonto and back.


rasgoat - Apr 24, 2007 9:13 pm

Not bad for a reverse mountain  Sucess!

beautiful place

2skinners - Apr 21, 2007 4:03 pm Date Climbed: Apr 14, 2007

Drove South Rim  Sucess!

Visited this popular place. But will hike Rim to River and back at least. If I have enough energy and days, I will do Rim to Rim to Rim.

Sarah Simon

Sarah Simon - Apr 20, 2007 3:04 pm Date Climbed: Oct 1, 2005

I could never get bored with this place  Sucess!

Spent several nights in the Canyon, covering Tonto Planteu, river and rim. This natural wonder never ceases to amaze me. Magical.


chudder - Apr 11, 2007 9:35 pm Date Climbed: Apr 1, 1993

Bright Angel Trail - Spring Break 1993  Sucess!

Hiked to the river and back up with my parents and brothers. We took turns supporting our parents up the last few miles as their knees were shot, the sun was going down, and there was still patchy snow on the ground. Good bonding experience and a fun hike.

Vic Hanson

Vic Hanson - Apr 1, 2007 1:07 am Date Climbed: Mar 14, 2006

Down Bright Angel, Up Kaibab  Sucess!

There was fresh snow on the trail going down, and of course the rangers said crampons were necessary, but not having any, I went ahead and did it anyway, with no problem. Just over 6 hours roundtrip. A great hike, fabulous views.


taw6644 - Mar 17, 2007 11:14 pm Date Climbed: Mar 14, 2007

South Kaibab to Bright Angel  Sucess!

Wow, this hike was amazing. Decsended the South Kaibab, and the colors were something else. Camped at Phantom Ranch and came back up Bright Angel the next day. Coming up was grueling. I can't beleive my dad made it. Hats off to him. Its a must-do hike.

Bubba Suess

Bubba Suess - Mar 9, 2007 10:55 pm

Hiked the canyon.  Sucess!

I have made several trip to and into the Canyon. I have yet to do a rim to rim trip though.


Hyadventure - Feb 20, 2007 10:04 pm

Day trip R 2 R 2 R July 1999  Sucess!

Hike from the North rim to the river and back 30(?) miles and the last 5 are the steapest. It was nice soaking my feet in the ice cold river. Nice to be able to buy a cold drink and make a call from Phantom Ranch.

Zac Finley

Zac Finley - Jan 16, 2007 9:19 pm Date Climbed: May 20, 2006

South Rim  Sucess!

With only a few hours to spare on the road trip, I hiked around the rim from the village to watch the sun drop below the horizon. Hopefully will be back next summer to spend more time at this amazing place.


AirborneBuff - Dec 30, 2006 3:02 am Date Climbed: Oct 16, 2004

Bright Angel & South Kaibab  Sucess!

First time and loved every minute there


SkydiveKen - Dec 29, 2006 6:28 am Date Climbed: Dec 25, 2006

Christmas dinner  Sucess!

Took my wife and son to Phantom Ranch for Christmas dinner. What an awesome spread. We spent three nights at Bright Angle campground lounging around and playing with my 18 month old son Adam. It was his first over night trip into the backcountry. Planned to take two days climbing out but the weather took a turn for the worst. Instead of staying one more night at Indian Gardens we pushed on to the top. We got within a mile of the south rim before the snow started.Grand Canyon pics and a passing mule train video


Kessler - Dec 26, 2006 10:35 pm Date Climbed: Nov 23, 2006

Grand  Sucess!

Bright Angel Trail Christmas 2007:

Great trip with the crew. See the trip album.

Hance Grandview Loop, November 23-26 2006: Great trip with my dad. See trip report below:

trip report


Chris - Dec 8, 2006 8:43 pm Date Climbed: Nov 25, 2006

R2R2R  Sucess!

What an amazing run! Did a one-day R2R2R double-crossing with Peter Sanders (pksander), Todd Croke, and Yasuyo Kitano (Todd and Yasuyo did S Rim to Cottonwood and back for 32 miles). Went down the Bright Angel, up the N Kaibob to the N Rim, back down the N Kaibob to the river and out via S Kaibob. Totals: 17hrs 30min, 46 miles, 11,300' of elevation gain. Amazing... a must-do ultrarunning classic!!

Photos: R2R2R Photos


mekwise - Dec 8, 2006 3:38 pm Date Climbed: Nov 23, 2006

Turkey Day Hike  Sucess!

We hiked down the S. Kaibab Trail and had a spectacular Thanksgiving day...amazing place.


pksander - Nov 27, 2006 11:11 pm Date Climbed: Nov 25, 2006

Rim 2 Rim 2 Rim  Sucess!

R2R2R with Chris Gerber, supported halfway by the presence of friends Todd and Yasuyo "Susie Big Juggs" Kitano. Descent South Rim via the Bright Angel Trail to the North Rim, and back up the South Rim via the North Kaibob Trail. Long, long day. Roughly 50 miles and 10,000 feet of vertical gain. Walking a little funny afterwards...


klwagar - Nov 26, 2006 3:58 pm

Hermit and beyond  Sucess!

A 3 day wander including the Hermit trail - camping on the Colorado River was wonderful - all alone until the ascent. Warm and beautiful at the bottom - snowing at the rim.


Kiefer - Nov 17, 2006 2:08 pm Date Climbed: Mar 18, 1997

Bright Angel  Sucess!

Been down to the "Canyon" many, many times over the years. Hiked down via Bright Angel down to Phantom Ranch, have hiked the North Kaibab and meandered around on the Grandview route. Camped at the bottom when the air temp. was 5 degrees at the canyon rim. At least it was a balmy 24 degrees at the bottom!
Have also hiked pretty much all the scenic trails on the south rim. Nice area.

Larry V

Larry V - Nov 4, 2006 10:38 pm Date Climbed: Apr 14, 2001

Kaibab in, Bright Angel out  Sucess!

One day in and out. Camped on the south rim the night before, which was one of the coldest campouts I've experienced. Trip was postponed from the previous November due to weather. Hiked it with Alan and Dad (age 78).

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