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  1. Jon B
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    If you ever get a chance, I recommend staying at Phantom Ranch, which consists of several dorm style cabins (and a few private) at the bottom of the canyon. Its beautiful down there on the Colorado river, with several other trails that make for great day hikes.

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  2. Jay Hawk
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    #HikeTheCanyon! Havasu Falls is a great hike too! https://t.co/3xrIvSLXFe https://t.co/dfMnwc1n6E

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  3. Sice
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    We’re Utahns and just spent a spring break day in Zion National Park. I don’t hike much but my 12 and 15 year olds wanted to try Angels Landing so off we went. The views were stunning even though we didn’t make it all the way up (once it got to the chains/ridgeline bits it got too crowded so we turned around.

    Next up is probably Great Basin NP for us, it’s also about 3 hours away for us. And another Moab trip, Arches NP is stunning as well. And, being this close, we really need to hit the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.

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  4. David
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    Hey Seth … we did that R2R hike you were talking about. Here are some videos documenting our trek for you and others who might be thinking about doing it. We started on the north side and stayed two nights at Phantom Ranch to rest before starting back up the Bright Angel Trail. Sorry the first 10 minutes are so are in the dark since we started so early.

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMcyXoyh4SdcfyW3YZ5sc6zKLz2UyXzqQ

    I enjoy your posts. Keep up the good work!

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