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Jackass Creek
If hiking and scrambling through a high desert slot canyon to the Colorado River appeals to you, Jackass Creek is your hike.
 
 
Ken Patrick Trail
If a short, easy hike to some great views of the North Rim of the Grand Canyon appeals to you, this is your hike.
 
 
Little Colorado River
If a swim in the warm turquoise colored waters appeals to you, the Little Colorado is your hike.
 
 
Matkatamiba
If shimmying up limestone narrows appeals to you, Matkatamiba is your hike.
 
 
Mile 202 canyon petroglyphs
If a short hike to some interesting rock art in the Grand Canyon appeals to you, this is your hike.
 
 
Mile 220 Canyon
This hike is accessed from a river rafting trip on the Colorado River. Mile 220 canyon is located at river mile 220 on river right.
 
 
Mohawk Canyon
If walking up a wide open canyon to water feeding seeps appeals to you, Mohawk canyon is your hike.
 
 
Nankoweap Granaries
If a short but steep hike up to some well preserved native American ruins in the Grand Canyon appeals to you, this is your hike.
 
 
National Canyon
This hike is accessed from a river rafting trip on the Colorado River. National Canyon is located at river mile 167 on river left.
 
 
New Hance
If you have hiked the Hermit Trail, Bright Angel Trail, and South Kaibab trail and are looking for something a little more rugged and remote, than the New Hance...
 
 
North Bass Camp (from Colorado River)
If a hike to a perennial stream that includes remnants of a 100 year old camp in the Grand Canyon appeals to you, this is your hike. ...
 
 
North Canyon
If walking through melted chocolate looking Supai sandstone in the Grand Canyon appeals to you, North Canyon is your hike.
 
 
North Kaibab
If you have hiked the Bright Angel trailhead and are looking for something a little more picturesque and secluded on the Northern Rim, than the North Kaibab trail may...
 
 
Paria River Canyon (Buckskin Gulch and Wire Pass)
If multi day hiking, wading, and scrambling through a high desert slot canyon  appeals to you, then you will like the Paria River.
 
 
Paria River Canyon (White House to Lees Ferry)
If multi day hiking through a premier river canyon appeals to you, then you will like the Paria River.
 
 
Phantom Creek
If a hike up a narrow canyon to a waterfall appeals to you, Phantom Creek is your hike.
 
 
Rainbow Bridge via Cliff Canyon
If a long and varied terrain hike to the largest natural sandstone arch in the world appeals to you, then this is your hike.
 
 
Rainbow Rim trail #10
If a variable length hike (or better, a long mountain bike ride) along the Grand Canyon appeals to you, this is your hike.
 
 
Ribbon Falls
If a hike up a narrow canyon to a waterfall appeals to you, Ribbon Falls is your hike.
 
 
Rider Canyon
If scrambling down a remote canyon to reach the Colorado river appeals to you, this is your hike.
 
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