This was a "bucket list" trip that Four Seasons helped to make wonderful! Matt was the best- thank you!!
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We enjoyed this hike during a cool April morning and can report that the South Kaibab trail is an excellent shorter hike. Great views through the first 1.5 miles of hiking with a bathroom at the same point.
Consider this steep trail a must do. Walk about 3 miles down and most of the perfume wearing soft day tourist disappear. Less crowded than Bright Angel but steeper. The South Kaibab trail connects with Tonto Trail, Tonto connects with Bright Angel which makes a...More
It's probably unfair to rate one of the 7 Natural Wonders 4 stars, but movies, TV shows, and word of mouth really built it up. It's definitely a must-see, but we weren't overwhelmed. We took the rim trail the first night, which provided some great...More
Trails are very good and well kept considering the age and traffic. Be prepared with conditioning, clothing, water and shoes. This hike is breathtakingly beautiful. There are lots of hikers of all sizes and from all over the world. Definitely a bucket list experience. Give...More
Hiked till the cedar ridge and back the afternoon. My husband and myself not being experienced hikers found it a little hard on the way up from cedar ridge to ooh aah point. But could manage it with few breaks. Other than that the hike...More
Be sure to look back often, especially once you finish any set of switchbacks. Trail tip: this trail is very uneven but does include some pleasant low angle areas and turning around to walk back 100 feet (either up if going down or down if...More
Beautiful beyond words. No water. 2 bathroom stops. Nice trail but worn a bit odd by mules so you tend to step a bit different which was tough on some of our group
Best not to do this hike to the river in the summer. The inner gorge is rather like Phoenix re the heat. Take water. I actually prefer to go down the Bright Angel and up the South Kaibab.