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Bright Angel Trail, AZ
2009-10-105 by
 
Northwest, AZ
 
Hiking4.00 Miles   2 Hrs       2.00 mph
4,380 ft AEG   
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Was out playing tourist and walked the south rim paved pathway from visitor center to bright angel, then down bright angel about 1 mile. Was shocked on return walk when I came across some bighorn resting along south rim pathway. Actually I walked right by when another fellow told me to retrace my steps 100 yards and peak through the rocks/shrubs. I can't imagine how many hundreds of tourists walked by oblivious to these magnificent creatures being only feet away.
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