Bright Angel Lodge , Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, United States
A brief look at the simplest (and cheapest) accommodation at Bright Angel Lodge on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon and my first walk from the cabin to the Canyon edge...it really is very close.
The video starts with my first look inside the cabin (I am carrying all my bags and filming) which is the cheapest I could get but had to booked months in advance ($140 +tax per night room only). I then show a clip of my first walk to the canyon edge, only 60m or so from my cabin, which also happens to be the furthest one from the edge. Absolutely brilliant placing for stunning view the next morning.
The room was very basic, summed up by an old, non flat-screen TV. (Haven't seen one of those for years but still better than none at all which was the case at the north rim 2 days later.) No air conditioning but this really wasn't a problem, even in mid-August although the fan is noisy and light sleepers might struggle.
I didn't use any other facilities in the Lodge so cannot comment on how good or bad they are compared with other places. Overall, for access to the Canyon, I would have to say the cabins are perfect.
Bright Angel Trail, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
Scenes along the Bright Angel Trail on the south rim of the Grand Canyon, from the Bright Angel trailhead to Plateau Point, including the 1.5 and 3 mile resthouses, Garden Creek, Indian Garden, the Tonto West trail junction and Plateau Point - a 12.6 mile, 5 hour round trip. See
Unboring Exploring: Bright Angel Trail, Grand Canyon NP
A 9-mile roundtrip trek along the Bright Angel Trail of Grand Canyon National Park! Join us as we cruise down 4.5 miles to soak our tootsies in the creek of Indian Garden over 3,000 feet below the canyon's rim. With an early start, gallons of water, and a baked potato, we came prepared to ROCK this layer cake trail!
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Bright Angel Trail - Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, United States
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Bright Angel Trail Grand Canyon National Park
One of the two superhighways of the Grand Canyon, this well maintained and popular trail offers breathtaking vistas, some shaded areas, plus a number of rest stops that have drinking water.
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- Sand along the Colorado - Bright Angel Trail by Paquet2386 from a blog titled Grand Canyon National Park
- The Bright Angel trail into the Grand Canyon by Deanandmichelle from a blog titled USA
- Taking a picture of the Bright Angel Trail by Paquet2386 from a blog titled Grand Canyon National Park
- Switchbacks of the Bright Angel Trail by Paquet2386 from a blog titled Grand Canyon National Park
- Bright Angel Trail- hike back to rim by Kellyjohn from a blog titled Grand- South Rim and Inner Canyon
- Big Horn Sheep - Bright Angel Trail by Paquet2386 from a blog titled Grand Canyon National Park
- Canyon view from Bright Angel Trail by Kellyjohn from a blog titled Grand- South Rim and Inner Canyon
- Hike back up Bright Angel Trail by Kellyjohn from a blog titled Grand- South Rim and Inner Canyon
- Bright Angel Trail, South Rim by Lindaandchris from a blog titled A downward spiral, then onward and upward?
- Bright Angel Trail - Finally by C_villa from a blog titled Its A Canyon...And Its Grand!
- Bright Angel trail in Canyon by Alvrez from a blog titled A Grand Day in the Canyon
- On the Bright Angel Trail by Jwmoles from a blog titled GRAND Rafting in the GRAND Canyon
- Storm Bright Angel Trail by Mbberg from a blog titled A Grand Canyon with a less than ordinary hotel
- Bright Angel Trail 1 by Mlloyd from a blog titled The Bright Angel Trail
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- Bright Angel Trail by Kellyjohn from a blog titled Grand- South Rim and Inner Canyon
Look at what was found at Bright Angel Campground in the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona
A walk around the Bright Angel Campground in the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona United States of America. The area is where Bright Angel Creek meets the Colorado River. There is a ranger station, emergency phone, year-round potable water, and toilets. To reach this campground you can travel the South Kaibab Trail (and cross the black bridge) or the Bright Angel Trail (and cross the silver bridge) from the South Rim, or travel the North Kaibab Trail from the North Rim. Cottonwood trees shade Bright Angel Campground and the creek is a wonderful place to cool off. Deer, ringtail cats, gray foxes, and squirrels are often seen. Popular activities include relaxing, wading in Bright Angel Creek, stargazing, fishing (license required), and day hiking. Day hike destinations include the River Trail and Phantom Overlook. Seasonal ranger programs are offered. Snack items and meals are available for purchase at Phantom Ranch Lodge (meals must be reserved in advance 303-297-2757).
The Bright Angel Trail is a hiking trail located in Grand Canyon National Park in the U.S.
The Bright Angel Trail is a hiking trail located in Grand Canyon National Park in the U.S. state of Arizona. en.wikipedia.org
Location: Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, United States
Latitude: 36.04724 Longitude: -112.13036
Bright Angel Trail - Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
Taken from the trail overlook view point.
8.0 miles to Indian Springs, 9.9 miles to Phantom Ranch.
Didn't have time to climb down this trip but we hope to hike it one day.
Grand Canyon - Bright Angel Trail - FULL VIDEO TOUR
Bright Angel Trail is THE trail which descends into the Grand Canyon from the South Rim (The South Rim is the most frequented destination as it has the famous horseshoe bend etc). We started really late in the afternoon, so we hiked until the darkness caught us. It's crazy how sudden elevation loss can make you feel extremely dizzy and woozy. Climbing back up and out can also instantly make you feel better. Definately a strange experience with that. There were campgrounds along the way (Which you need to pre-book) and also toilets etc. If you make it to the bottom, you can also hike back up the North Kaibab Trail (to the North Rim) and make it an incredibly long hike.
Bright Angel Trail to Bright Angel Campground and River Trail is a 17.7 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Grand Canyon, Arizona that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, nature trips, and backpacking and is best used from September until May.
Distance: 17.7 miles
Elevation Gain: 5,006 feet
Route Type: Out & Back
Mileages and features along Bright Angel Trail
Distance (mi) Elv (ft) Location Trail Junction
0 6860 Trailhead, South Rim Rim Trail
1.6 5729 Mile-and-a-half Resthouse
3.1 4748 Three Mile Resthouse
4.9 3800 Indian Garden Tonto Trail
8.0 2480 River Resthouse, Colorado River River Trail
9.5 2480 Bright Angel Campground (via the River Trail)
9.9 2546 Phantom Ranch
The Grand Canyon (Hopi: Ongtupqa, Yavapai: Wi:kaʼi:la, Navajo: Bidááʼ Haʼaztʼiʼ Tsékooh, Spanish: Gran Cañón) is a steep-sided canyon carved by the Colorado River in Arizona, United States. The Grand Canyon is 277 miles (446 km) long, up to 18 miles (29 km) wide and attains a depth of over a mile (6,093 feet or 1,857 meters).The canyon and adjacent rim are contained within Grand Canyon National Park, the Kaibab National Forest, Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, the Hualapai Indian Reservation, the Havasupai Indian Reservation and the Navajo Nation. President Theodore Roosevelt was a major proponent of preservation of the Grand Canyon area, and visited it on numerous occasions to hunt and enjoy the scenery.
Nearly two billion years of Earth's geological history have been exposed as the Colorado River and its tributaries cut their channels through layer after layer of rock while the Colorado Plateau was uplifted. While some aspects about the history of incision of the canyon are debated by geologists, several recent studies support the hypothesis that the Colorado River established its course through the area about 5 to 6 million years ago. Since that time, the Colorado River has driven the down-cutting of the tributaries and retreat of the cliffs, simultaneously deepening and widening the canyon.
For thousands of years, the area has been continuously inhabited by Native Americans, who built settlements within the canyon and its many caves. The Pueblo people considered the Grand Canyon a holy site, and made pilgrimages to it. The first European known to have viewed the Grand Canyon was García López de Cárdenas from Spain, who arrived in 1540.
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Falling Down Bright Angel Trail in the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona May 20 2019
The trail originates at Grand Canyon Village on the south rim of the Grand Canyon, descending 4380 feet to the Colorado River. It has an average grade of 10% along its entire length. At trail's end, the River Trail continues another 1.9 miles to the Bright Angel Campground and Phantom Ranch. These two trails combined are the most common method used to access Phantom Ranch by hikers and mules.
Two trails cross or join the Bright Angel Trail, the first being an intersection with the Tonto Trail at Indian Garden, leading toward the Monument Use Area to the west, and to the South Kaibab Trail 4.7 miles (7.6 km) to the east. The second is the River Trail, which officially begins when the Bright Angel Trail reaches the Colorado River at the River Resthouse (although some consider that the Bright Angel Trail officially ends after crossing the Colorado River at the Silver Bridge).
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The beautiful Grand Canyon in all of it's glory! These shots were taken along the south rim area, at Mather Point, and Bright Angel. If you go to Las Vegas, you should spend one of your days taking a bus tour here. It is well worth the 4+ hour journey.
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Bright Angel Trail at the Grand Canyon
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Grand Canyon Bright Angel Trail Solo Hike
Grand Canyon South Rim to Plateau Point along the Bright Angel Trail
12 miles round trip, 3110 ft elevation loss/gain
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Bright Angel Trail Descent, Grand Canyon, Arizona, May 5th, 2012
Grand Canyon, AZ, USA, May 5th, 2012. Roadtrip from San Diego, CA via Phoenix, AZ. Hiking the Bright Angel Trail from canyon top to Indian Garden Campground and back up from there in a total of approximately 4 hours and 30 minutes. Weather was great and the landscape extraordinary!
Bright Angel Point Overlook Trail | 2019 | Grand Canyon
Bright Angel Point Trail is a 0.9 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near North Rim, Arizona that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from May until October.
Hike along the Bright Angel Trail of the Grand Canyon, Arizona early April 1982
n 1965, the Eastman Kodak Company introduced a new film format: Super 8. This format was based on a drop-in cassette with 50 ft. (12m) of film, that gave about three and a half minutes of filming at 18 frames per second. Thereafter, until the early 1980’s, the Super 8 film format was extremely popular for shooting home-movies, and keen enthusiasts still have many 50ft. reels of Super 8 film stored away.
In recent years, many small businesses offer conversion of Super 8 movies frame-by-frame to a digital format (telecine), but typically to a DVD disk without any image adjustments such as contrast, color saturation, etc. For keen hobbyists, most telecine equipment is extremely expensive; however, a less expensive option is now being offered by Wolverine Data, and I’ve used the Wolverine film2digital MovieMaker frame-by-frame product to convert my old Super 8 movies into MP4 digital files, that I then edit using ROXIO Creator. In particular, I use the editing software to convert the 30 fps MP4 files to the original 18 fps of the Super 8 movies (i.e., I reduce the frame rate by a factor of 0.6). I also slightly reduce the image contrast, and if necessary the brightness, saturation and even the component red, green and blue colors. I then save the final edited digital file in a WMV 9 1280x720 format. (The original Super 8 movies, of course, were in a 4:3 format, but I’ve saved the edited digital file as a 16:9 format, with black bars to each side, so as to match the present-day LCD TV picture format).
This video, originally filmed as a Super 8 home-movie, was taken in April 1982 on a family trip to the Grand Canyon. On the first day, we viewed the Grand Canyon from the rim. On the second day, we hiked down and back the Bright Angel Trail, past the Indian Gardens and on out to the Plateau Point (a 12 mile, 8 hour round-trip hike!).
Bright Angel Cabin Tour: Grand Canyon
(MELLOW WANDERER) When Mellow Wanderer planned a South Rim stay a year before our visit, Bright Angel Lodge was our choice. The cabins are right on the rim. We reserved one with a partial rim view. To our surprise, we got more than we expected. The main cabin window looks-out directly to the rim. Plus, a second door led us to a small patio and sitting area, which was just a few steps to the rim trail. The location was ideal and within walking distance to everything: lodge restaurants, overlooks, Grand Canyon Railroad Depot, Bright Angel Trail, and the bus terminals where tourists take free shuttles to the numerous points of interest. Read more at mellowwanderer.com
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Round-the-world trip video #60: South Rim Trail, South Kaibab Trail to Colorado River and Bright Angel Trail to Rim. Camping in Grand Canyon National Park and Indian Garden. Arizona - USA. October 2018
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Bright Angel Trail in Grand Canyon
This is shortly after we started our hike down the Bright Angel Trial in the Grand Canyon. It's hard to grasp how far down the bottom is without actually being there.
Bright Angel Trail, Grand Canyon National Park (360 Video) | Sunset
Bright Angel Trail on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park is a challenging 9.5 mile trek to the bottom of the canyon and back.
Grand Canyon National Park Guide:
Grand Canyon - South Rim - Bright Angel Trail - USA
01:14 Rim Trail South
04:43 Hopi House
04:55 El Tavor Hotel
06:27 Bright Angel Lodge
09:30 Bright Angel Trailhead
12:44 1½ mile Resthouse (340 m. from top)
15:03 3 mile Resthouse (645 m. from top)
17:24 Indian Garden (925 m. from top)
20:03 Plateau Point
Bright Angel Trail est un sentier très frégenté et escarpé, qui descend vers le canyon de la Colorado River.
La randonnée est de 6 à 9 heures pour se rendre au Indian Garden et il faut faire 2.4 Km aller-retour pour se rendre au Plateau Point et observer le Colorado River.