Hiking rim-to-rim across the Grand Canyon is one of the most iconic wilderness adventures in the United States. The hike is ~20 miles long, loses ~6,000′ and gains ~4,000′ of elevation. The beauty of this place will blow your mind, but it doesn’t come easily. You’ll need to train for this one. This is a meetup event, not a guided hike.
This event is an incredible way for dads to connect with their 12 to 22-year-old daughter or son. Join us in the Ansel Adams Wilderness for a backpacking excursion through breathtaking mountain scenery with alpine lakes, granite cliffs, starlit skies, memorable moments with your child, and time in God’s presence.
Bryan Feller will be taking this trip with any fellow adventurers who are willing and able (up to 8). We’ll be trekking through the Three Sisters Loop in Oregon. It is approximately 50 miles and will likely include the summit of one of the Sisters. There is a great description of this trail on the Clever Hiker blog.
Bryan Feller will be personally leading this trip. He hopes to take up to 5 men through the entire Big Sequoia-Kings Canyon Loop in 9 days during mid to late August of 2019. The Big Sequoia-Kings Canyon Loop is 130 miles of the best scenery the High Sierra has to offer. For most, this will be the adventure of a lifetime.