Tanner Trail to Kaibab Trail Topo Map

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This hike initially descends into the eastern section of the Grand Canyon, where the geology is strikingly different from the central Grand Canyon. Here, the soft rocks of the Precambrian Grand Canyon series are exposed. These colorful shales and sandstones have eroded into a relatively open space along the Colorado River, as compared to the deep Granite Gorge along the western section of this hike. The stretch of the Colorado River through Granite Gorge features some of the wildest rapids in the Grand Canyon. Optional side hikes take you to several of these long, rocky, and violent rapids.
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Grand Canyon, Arizona

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