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The Hermit Trail is a hiking trail in Grand Canyon National Park, located in the U.S. state of Arizona. This trail provides access to a historic area of Grand Canyon and offers a more challenging route to the Colorado River for more experienced canyon hikers. Wikipedia
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Grand Canyon Tour - Hermit Trail
Explore Hermit Trail on a private guided tour of this incredibly beautiful and sometimes challenging hike in the Grand Canyon: From the very start at the end of South Rim Drive, through Boynton Canyon, and down to Dripping Springs. Hermit Trail is one of the most famous trails in Grand Canyon National Park and is dedicated to those who came before. Located on the west rim, it is a spectacular hike that is best enjoyed by viewing the Colorado River and Vishnu Schist from an elevated perspective, making the trail ideal for a guided tour. On this Grand Canyon tour, you will begin at Hermit’s Rest, one of only four mule-accessible points at Grand Canyon. From there you will embark on your breathtaking walk down to Tanner Beach and back up again to complete your journey. If conditions permit, you will also have time to run down Hermit Rapids on the Colorado River.