Ouch! Thanks for reminding me of being camped on it the night it ceased to exist. That was among my most memorable trail nights ever.chumley wrote:I definitely recommend crossing Sandy Saddle off your list of "trails". It is basically nonexistent.
The magic number in a designated wilderness is 15.sam_hikes wrote:Is 30 hikers some magic number as somehow NPS also decided they would allow up to a maximum of 30 rim-rim GC dayhikers under the special SUP permit.
It only gets really cold when you don't have the gear for it.ShatteredArm wrote:So I'd say it's not likely, though possible, for temperatures to dip below 20 at night.
I was surprised that precipitation didn't come first, because it seems like bigger story for last year than the temperature.chumley wrote:The document included 55 links to more detailed information if you need to extend your duration.
Well, at least a few minutes. Apparently I experienced 1/4 of the annual precipitation during my November visit. I'm just glad it didn't happen in March, for my 8 days in the Grand Canyon.chumley wrote:here's a treasure trove of spank bank material that will provide days of stimulation and excitement
They will hunt in packs to take deer. The gathering of the pack around here is noisy, with a lot of yipping until they suddenly go quiet.chumley wrote:I didn’t know that coyotes take deer.