Horseshoe Mesa

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Horseshoe Mesa is a ruggedly-beautiful unmaintained trail inside Grand Canyon National Park. You'll experience a lot of solitude than some of the other trails in the park. Be prepared for steep and exposed hiking!
Trail length: 3 miles
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  • Posted by LaFolie on September 30, 2011


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    Reviewed by LaFolie on September 30, 2011

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    This trail is unbelievably steep and rugged. Make sure you have plenty of water as there is no access to water at the Mesa. This trail is seriously strenuous so please don't ascend unless your in very good physical condition. Many people have to be rescued from the Canyon each year.
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