North Rim of the Grand Canyon

Date: September 9-12, 2019 (4 days/3 nights)

Cost: $1,295 members/$1,395 non-members

Details: The North Rim and the Kaibab Plateau form an incredible landscape and rich panorama of structural and erosional geology, biological diversity, regional history and prehistory. Join archaeologist Don Keller and wildlife biologist Heather Green for an in-depth exploration of the area through day hikes of the rim and upper canyon trails. You will have the opportunity to experience personally the unique character of the North Rim. Dinners at the lodge and evenings at the cabins will provide us time to connect and reflect on our days’ adventures. Readings, weather information, and equipment recommendations will be provided prior to our trip.

We will be traveling by 12 passenger van leaving from and returning to MNA.  Our accommodations will be in the North Rim Lodge’s Pioneer cabins. September is usually one of the most pleasant times of the year in northern Arizona although it is important to be prepared for possible extremes.

Difficulty: Moderate. The hiking trails in the area vary from well-developed to primitive with a distance of 3 or 4 miles roundtrip at elevations of 8000-9000 ft. Participants should be comfortable hiking and walking for much of each day.

Your Guides: Archaeologist Don Keller and wildlife biologist Heather Green

Cost Includes: Three nights lodging, lunches, one group dinner, transportation, guides and permit

Not Included: Meals not listed above and items of a personal nature.

You will be asked to provide your health history and information prior to the trip. Please call (928) 774-5211 x222 with questions or concerns.

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