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Northwest, AZ
Northwest, AZ
Backpack May 10 2009
AZ-Outdoorsman
Backpack8.00 Miles 1 AEG
Backpack8.00 Miles2 Days         
1 ft AEG
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It has been sometime since I have posted any pics, as I have been more into canyoneering of late and did not think those pics were of interest on a hiking site (although I have seen some lately). Anyway, I thought this adventure might be of interest to some Grand Canyoners looking for a little something extra while at Bright Angel Camp/Phantom Ranch. Upper Phantom Canyon: We took the Utah Flats route (steep scramble) up and out of the BA campground at the upper bridge, and then dropped into Phantom just above the upper falls. The upper falls is the only semi-technical spot and there is usually a rope there for a hand-line (bring webbing as a backup), some may not be comfortable with this and need more. This is not for the casual hiker. Until someone writes one here, there are several write-ups out there if you Google. Enjoy! : )
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