Grand Canyon Wilderness Adventures

Written by Benjamin Messmer
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With so many vacation possibilities available, consider taking your family on a Grand Canyon wilderness adventure. A Grand Canyon wilderness adventure will take you beyond the edge of the Canyon, into the hiking and mountain biking trails within the National Park. If you're ready to see natural beauty beyond your wildest dreams as you do your favorite outdoor activities, consider Grand Canyon wilderness adventures.

Hiking, mountain biking, or river rafting in the Grand Canyon requires good equipment and extensive knowledge of the area. If you know the area and have all the right supplies, remember to obtain permits necessary for hiking and camping in Grand Canyon National Park at least six months to one year in advance. If you are a visitor to the Canyon, adventure travel companies located at the Grand Canyon offer inclusive Grand Canyon wilderness adventures. Affordable Grand Canyon wilderness adventures include hiking, mountain biking, delicious home-cooked meals, and knowledgeable guides.

Grand Canyon Wilderness Adventures--Fun for the Whole Family

Around ninety percent of all Grand Canyon visitors come to the South Rim. The other visitors discover that the North Rim of the Grand Canyon offers views equal to the South Rim, but with little or no crowds, cooler temperatures, and more hiking and mountain biking trails. The Inner Canyon, with the Colorado River flowing through its entire length, is the hottest and driest area. I recommend visiting the Inner Canyon in the spring and fall seasons.

If you're interested in Grand Canyon wilderness adventures, there is a lot more information to be found online. I've seen pages that detail Colorado River activities, mountain biking, and hiking in Grand Canyon National Park. Enjoy planning your adventure into the majestic Grand Canyon.

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