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The Dusty Trail

Mule Train on Bright Angel Trail

Happy Friday infidels. I offer today a photo from the dusty hike down Bright Angel Trail in Grand Canyon National Park. Mule trains take folks the 8-10 miles from the South Rim to the Phantom Ranch each day. This of course means, that for hiking, you have to be on the lookout for Mule ca-ca along the trail. I plan on returning one day to do the hike. It requires 2 days. One day to hike down. Chill out and spend the night down by the Colorado. Then the next day, you can have fun climbing out of the canyon with a 3000+ foot elevation gain.

Have a great weekend!

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