Hiking and Backpacking are inherently dangerous
activities. Hiking and Backpacking in the Grand Canyon involves
exposure to unique enviornmental risks for which even experienced
outdoors enthusiasts may be unprepared. Several hikers die each
year in the Grand Canyon. No web site can adequately prepare you
for the challenges of Grand Canyon hiking. Skills and knowledge,
gained through first-hand experience, of how to conduct yourself
safely in the backcountry are essential. Should you choose to hike
or backpack in the Grand Canyon, be prepared to assume the risks
inherent in such activity.
Conmara Publishing makes every effort to ensure
the accuracy and usefulness of information available at GrandCanyonHiker.com.
We make no representation as to the safety of any trail or route
described on GrandCanyonHiker.com. It is your responsibility to
determine whether you have the skills and experience demanded by
a particular trail or route.
Conditions in the Grand Canyon can change suddenly.
A flash flood can eliminate sections of a trail, for example. Should
you identify inaccuracies in the information published on this site,
please notify us immediately, so corrections
can be made.
Conmara Publishing assumes no responsibility for
information published on GrandCanyonHiker.com that is contributed
by site visitors. Such contributions include, but are not limited
to, trail descriptions, trip reports, bulletin board messages, and
reports of water availability.
It is the your responsibility to verify all information
prior to undertaking a hike or backpacking trip in the Grand Canyon.
The rangers at the Backcountry Reservations Office are your best
resource for up-to-date Grand Canyon trail information. Contact
them, they're there to help you.
As always, should you have any questions, please