What would you say if I informed you I knew of a secret biking path that runs alongside the North Rim of the Grand Canyon; that you may cycle in simply 1 or 2 days; and that means that you can camp at no cost on the sting of the Grand Canyon with nobody else round for miles and miles? Would that be one thing you’d be excited by studying extra about?
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There are a number of alternative ways to entry the Grand Canyon in northern Arizona. Whereas the South Rim of the Grand Canyon is the most important and hottest location within the Nationwide Park, the North Rim is (in my view) one of the best space through which to entry the Grand Canyon if you happen to’re in search of privateness and seclusion.
I not too long ago traveled to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and took part in a brief 2-day, 1-night bikepacking journey on a scenic single-track path referred to as the “Rainbow Rim Path.”
The Rainbow Rim Path is a 22.5 mile-long single-track path that’s open to cyclists, hikers and other people on horseback. It’s the solely single-track path on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon that’s open to cyclists and it makes for an ideal 1 or 2-day bicycle touring/bikepacking journey.
Click on right here to view a map of the path, obtain the GPX information for this route, and study extra about bikepacking the Rainbow Rim Path.