Hiking, Backpacking and Climbing Links
Another very valuable web resource for the Grand Canyon.
Programs designed not only to educate, but also to send participants home with a renewed appreciation for the beauty and majesty of our public lands, and to foster the preservation of these lands for generations to come.
Devoted to Rock Climbing in the Southwest...
The Grand Canyon in Particular
Created by Pernell Tomasi & Bob Strand
Great Canyon links for both backpacking and river running!
Check out the Ultimate Grand Canyon Backpack
Hosted by GORP - Great Outdoor Recreation Pages
The Middle-Aged Hiker takes to the Grand Canyon.
Our Grand Canyon Hiking History
Hiking history of the Middle-Aged Hiker.
A man after my own heart!
As a late life hiker, I first hiked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon in 1999 at age 53. Like many people, I was completely awestruck by its beauty. I continue to hike the Canyon at every opportunity. The majority of this site reflects my love for the Canyon. I will add other hiking venues to this site as my time and travels permit.
--- Richard M. Perry
The account of her family's hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon in late June, 1995.
Discovery treks Inc. has been offering exciting adventure trips in the Southwest since 1991 to people from all around the world. Our Grand Canyon Hiking Trips include hiking packages in which we camp below the rim, one day Hiking Tours, our Havasu Canyon Waterfalls Camp and the Grand Canyon Rimtop Camp on the remote north rim.
GRAND CANYON Backcountry Guides & Outfitters
An intimate experience with the earth. Inspiring adventures into the depths of Grand Canyon. The most scenic and breath taking canyon in the world. Experience the peace, solitude, beauty and adventure that can only be found on a journey into Grand Canyon.
Guided Tours by Gloria "G.K." Sprinkle, MA
WilderWalk Grand Canyon Adventures
Leave the crowd, leave the car,
and hike the trail less traveled.
Come to the Secret Sacred Garden
at the heart of the Grand Canyon.
White Mountain Explorer
These are the White Mountains of New Hampshire not Arizona.
OK, so it's not the Grand Canyon. But, people I meet on the net are frequently asking me what I do for hiking when I am not in the Grand Canyon, so I decided to put together this little page to finally answer that question.