Our guides provide support as you trek the most remote backcountry of Grand Canyon Park. The guide cooks and provides interpretation of the natural and human history of the area. We will be camping in tents. . Extreme treks are expedition level, off trail, extended itineraries for experienced trekkers who wish to travel the most remote Grand Canyon.
We rise early and use the guide's route finding skills as we traverse remote trailless areas of Grand Canyon. Many (but not all) itineraries offer a last night at Bright Angel Campground with dinner and breakfast at Phantom Ranch and mule transport for gear on the last day. Extreme winter treks often involve some snowshoeing. Traversing of steep slopes, short (20-40 ft) climbs or rapells and exposed cliffs will be encountered. Weather extremes from 105 degress in summer to -20 degrees in winter may be encountered.
Extreme trek clients are typically very physically fit active outdoors persons who would be comfortable attempting a climb of one of the 7 Summits.
Sleeping bags, mattresses, tents, food, and incidental camping gear are provided.
Some physical training prior to popular treks is advised. No pets. Extreme treks are for accomplished trekkers.
Extreme itineraries for well experienced trekkers are $245/ day with a group, $275/day solo.
All needed camping gear, food, and permits are provided. Guides are mature and professional with approriate first aid training.
Discounts offered for 5 months advance reservations, please inquire.
|Grand Canyon Extreme|
928 South 7th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona