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Red Mountain Trail

20 minutes East of Clear Sky Resorts

An easy, family-friendly hike, this trail is a 2.7 mile out-and-back and is well-marked and well maintained. There are no facilities at the trailhead, so be sure to bring plenty of water. The end of the trail would make a perfect picnic spot, just make sure to practice Leave No Trace and if you pack it in, please pack it out.

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Lava River Cave

27 miles East of Clear Sky Resorts

An easy mile-long hike, the lava cave tube stays cold all year long, so bring warm clothes and sturdy shoes. The cave has no natural light – strong flashlights and headlamps are necessary. This cave is 70,000 years old!

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Red Butte Trail

13 miles North of Clear Sky Resorts

A moderate 3.3 mile out-and-back trail. There is a manned fire tower at the summit, take a few minutes to say hi to the ranger and learn about the fire management system. Enjoy the 360-degree view of the entire area, you can even see Clear Sky Resorts from the top!

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Grand Canyon Rim Trail

Inside The Park

Flat, paved and shady, this is a great trail for the entire family. Along the rim, the views are epic. You can access this trail from the Visitor’s Center area, the Village and many of the shuttle stops. Look for the Trail of Time timeline of the geologic history of the Grand Canyon.

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South Kaibab to Ooh Aah Point

Inside The Park

This is a short 1.8 mile out-and-back moderate hike with a big payoff. Fill up your water bottles at the spring water station located at the trailhead, as there is no water on this trail. Also, remember, what goes down, must come up!

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Bright Angel Trail to Mile-and-a-Half Resthouse

Inside The Park

Offering morning and afternoon shade, vault toilets, drinking water, incredible views and plenty of history, this trail is a popular destination for first timers hiking into the canyon. Make sure to yield to the mule train!

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