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Ask Me: How’s November For Hiking in the Grand Canyon?

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Hi Michael:

During the second week of November, a buddy and I are considering a rim to river to rim hike in the Grand Canyon. We are planning to descend South Kaibab Trail, walk along River Trail, and ascend via Bright Angel Trail. Plan would be to start early and complete the hike in the same day. We will carry survival gear. Neither of us has been to the GC. One of us is very experienced (and in excellent physical condition), and one of us has moderate experience (in very good physical condition).

We would appreciate your comments on hiking in November—weather, trail conditions, and anything else that may assist us.

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One Response to Ask Me: How’s November For Hiking in the Grand Canyon?

  1. billshikingpage   |  November 2, 2016 at 11:12 am

    You can check the shuttle service schedule here: https://www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit/kaibab-orange-route.htm

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