🧭 Grand Canyon Hike - South Kaibab

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If you're planning a trip to the south rim of the Grand Canyon, I'm sure you've spent some time looking at the trail map trying to decide which one to hike. For a sneak peak of one we recommend, join the RV There Yet crew on the 1.8 mile trek down the South Kaibab Trail. This popular hike takes us 600 feet down stair after stair to Ooh Aah Point, a vantage point that gives you a new perspective below the rim of the Grand Canyon. RVTY's Ranger Dave can be heard on camera comparing this hike to a steep and almost strictly vertical 600-stair climb he did located in Georgia's Amicolola Falls State Park. With no water stations available on the South Kaibab Trail to Ooh Aah Point, make sure you wear sensible shoes and take enough water for your hike down and back up . . . going down isn't bad at all, but hiking back up was a bit of work. We highly recommend this trail. Just when you think there couldn't possibly be yet another better view of the canyon, the South Kaibab Trail to Ooh Aah Point provides another spectacular vista and takes your breath away. Next time we'll head even further to Cedar Ridge or maybe even Skeleton Point . . . decisions, decision! Check out more Virtual Hikes on our website.



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