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oldhakataihobo
Jan 14
#79886
 
79885

New file uploaded to Grand_Canyon_Hikers

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Jan 14
#79885
 
79884

Re: Tanner Trail timing

I stand corrected. I thought you two went up and immediately turned around.
oldhakataihobo
Jan 13
#79884
 
79883

Re: Tanner Trail timing

From the Palisades to the LCR and back is over 12 miles - just putting it out there for the record. When it's hot out there, that 1 dry mile each way can make
Pinny Lew
Jan 13
#79883
 
79882

Re: Tanner Trail timing

I stand corrected. I thought you got there and turned around right away.
oldhakataihobo
Jan 13
#79882
 
79881

Re: Tanner Trail timing

Well, we didn’t explore the confluence at all - it would have meant at least half a day more time, which we didn’t have. Just a tantalizing glimpse and a
Daniel Fox
Jan 13
#79881
 
79880

Re: Tanner Trail timing

It was a little past noon, and yes, their pace is a quick walk to easy trot. They left carrying a liter bottle and hiking poles each. I hike at a good clip,
oldhakataihobo
Jan 13
#79880
 
79879

Re: Tanner Trail timing

I'm pretty blown away by Dan and Rita going from opposite Lava, upriver on Beamer to the confluence, and then back all the way to Tanner by noon. Did they
chris.forsyth
Jan 12
#79879
 
79878

New file uploaded to Grand_Canyon_Hikers

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Jan 12
#79878
 
79877

Re: Tanner Trail timing

We may cross paths. My group starts down the Tanner on April 2, also then continuing to Palisades area. Us old geezers are going to try to push to the river
cmaci@sbcglobal.net
Jan 10
#79877
 
79876

Re: Tanner Trail timing

I forgot to mention that I saw a two-foot crotilus abyssus coiled under a trail step near the top of the Hermit shale. When I took out my camera, it perked
oldhakataihobo
Jan 10
#79876
 
79875

Re: Tanner Trail timing

That's very fast!
bessiehyde
Jan 9
#79875
 
79874

Re: Tanner Trail timing

This fall we went down the Tanner trail to the redwall in 1.5 hours with full packs. We are pretty fit and fast, but we were just walking like normal people.
Stuss Leeds
Jan 9
#79874
 
79873

Re: Tanner Trail timing

Lately, we’ve left a bit of water atop the red wall on Tanner and enjoyed a night camping at this really pleasant spot. Here’s a little tip: if permitting
Alan Scott
Jan 8
#79873
 
79872

Re: Tanner Trail timing

We did indeed have a fine trip with Don in September. Weather was charming, and since we were along the river most of the way, water was mostly plentiful. Don
Daniel Fox
Jan 8
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