Grand Canyon by water 14 days below the rim

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Grand Canyon by water 14 days below the rim

Veteran Arizona Raft Adventures river guide Bill Mobley concentrates on reading the water as he blasts through Kolb Rapid in Grand Canyon.
Veteran AzRA river guide Bill Mobley concentrates on reading the water as he blasts through Kolb Rapid in Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon river trips have some of the best sunsets in the Southwest as in this view from the river in the Lower Canyon.
Flash floods have occurred across the Southwest this monsoon season, and Stone Creek in Grand Canyon was no exception. Our hike began along a narrow, clear stream and then the flood began.
Thunder River blasts out of the redwall limestone as one of the few rivers in the world that then becomes a creek, in this case Tapeats Creek in lower Grand Canyon.
Scorpions love dark places, so they’ll hide anywhere, including under your dry bag, which is one good reason to keep bags sealed at night.
Lower Canyon hikes are known for their access to waterfalls and water features. Here members of our Rocky Mountain PBS expedition bob in a pool in National Canyon.

Grand Canyon by water 14 days below the rim

Veteran Arizona Raft Adventures river guide Bill Mobley concentrates on reading the water as he blasts through Kolb Rapid in Grand Canyon.
Veteran AzRA river guide Bill Mobley concentrates on reading the water as he blasts through Kolb Rapid in Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon river trips have some of the best sunsets in the Southwest as in this view from the river in the Lower Canyon.
Flash floods have occurred across the Southwest this monsoon season, and Stone Creek in Grand Canyon was no exception. Our hike began along a narrow, clear stream and then the flood began.
Thunder River blasts out of the redwall limestone as one of the few rivers in the world that then becomes a creek, in this case Tapeats Creek in lower Grand Canyon.
Scorpions love dark places, so they’ll hide anywhere, including under your dry bag, which is one good reason to keep bags sealed at night.
Lower Canyon hikes are known for their access to waterfalls and water features. Here members of our Rocky Mountain PBS expedition bob in a pool in National Canyon.
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