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TRAIL FACTS: Tanner Trail

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A profile of the Tanner Trail trail
Brief Description: A beautiful trail that's best tried after experiencing one or more corridor trails. This remote trail decends rapidly off the rim, contours Cardenas and Escalante Buttes, decends rapidly again, then offers a steady down-hill to the Colorado River.
Length (approx): 7.50 miles
Starting Elevation: 7367.00 feet
Ending Elevation: 2742.00 feet
Elevation Change: 4625 feet
Average Grade: 18.00%
Trail Head Location: Lipan Point. Parking available.
Trail End: Colorado River
Water, Reliable: NONE; Colorado River Only
Camping: At large
USGS 7.5 Minute Topographic Map(s) you will need: Desert View

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