The Nankoweap Trail
This trail is classified as MOST difficult of the named trails in Grand Canyon.
It has the largest total rim-to-river drop (5640 ft / 1735 m) and is one of the longest trails. Hikers must be experienced in canyon route finding; this trail is not recommended for inexperienced or solo hikers. The Nankoweap Trail is not enjoyable as a summer hike as there is no water and little shade until Nankoweap Creek. The hike will require a minimum of 4 to 6 liters of water per person, per day.
This is VERY DIFFICULT!!!
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Unless you are an extreme hiker, you should plan on 2-4 nights.
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