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Canyon Crossing: Experiencing Grand Canyon from Rim to Rim

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There’s the Grand Canyon as seen from one of the rims. Spectacular. Awe-inspiring. Dramatic. And there’s the Grand Canyon below the rims, a very different place steeped in wilderness, bus-sized boulders, tumbling streams, knee-shredding switchbacks, solitude, and the cataract-punctuated Colorado River. The trails in Grand Canyon National Park attract more than 80,000 permi...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published February 15th 2011 by Grand Canyon Association
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shan
Muller rises to the challenge of painting the image that photographers and artists alike struggle to capture. Experiencing the Grand Canyon from its depths is something I would recommend to anyone and everyone. Whether you have never seen, seen but not hiked, day hiked, backpacked, or trail blazed in the Grand Canyon - this book has something to offer to you. He describes the best use of one's time on a once in a lifetime Grand Canyon adventure. For those that return again and again, they may le...more
Naseem
I picked up this book at the Grand Canyon Kolb Studio after completing my first solo hike down the South Kaibab and then up the Bright Angel Trail. It was the end of a very fruitful one month stay at the canyon as one of their Artists in Residence. I am one of those people Seth describes in his book - a person smitten by the canyon. I have never been anywhere I have felt more whole. Seth's book was like water to me. I drank in every word of his descriptions of the place I love and the people th...more
Cheryl
This is the perfect book to read before an excursion to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. History, geology, geography and hiking tips, all written with poetic prose, made me feel as if I were there.
Cathy
Fun way to experience the Corridor Trails without the sweat, but would have limited appeal to anyone but Canyonheads.
Jenny Caffrey
Mueller gives the reader a lot of history behind the NPS work along with his adventures.
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