Flagstaff, AZ (PRWEB) June 6, 2008
All summer long Grand Canyon tour guides, PygmyGuides, is offering new sunrise and sunset hikes. These hikes will be departing every day through the months of June, July and August.
Among the other day hikes being offered this summer, are five different specific location hikes. These are hikes are the South Kaibab to Cedar Ridge hike, the Hermit Trail to Dripping Springs hike, the Bright Angel Trail to 2 Mile Corner hike, the Grandview Trail to Coconino Saddle hike, and the Tanner Trail to 75-Mile Saddle hike. Each of these hikes are different and have varying difficulty levels.
The Hermit Trail to Dripping Springs hike is seven miles long total. PygmyGuides rate it as a 6 out of 10 on difficulty, 10 being the most difficult. The trail that this hike ventures through is historical. Hikers will travel pass and view fossil beds that are in the limestone and sandstone formations. The final destination of the hike is Dripping Springs, which is a cool, lush oasis in the middle of the dessert.
Another popular day hike is the Grandview Trail to Coconino Saddle hike. This hike is also rated as a 6 out of 10 on difficulty, but is only three miles in length. A favorite of the PygmyGuides, this hike has many, many grand views. On a clear day, hikers can see for more than 100 miles, across the Navajo Reservations, Painted Desert and Colorado River.
Whether you're looking for an overnight backpacking adventure to the remote reaches of the Grand Canyon, a leisurely day tour along the rim, or a day hike below to discover hidden secrets and stunning inner canyon vistas, PygmyGuides does it all. When you come to the Grand Canyon, don't let a true canyon experience pass you by. Everyone is welcome, so join the fun on this unforgettable experience.
For more information about PygmyGuides please visit Pygmyguides.com.