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Riding Areas around North end of Grand Canyon

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I have heard that there are some riding trails around the north end of the Grand Canyon that you can actually ride down into. Has anyone done this or know where some good riding spots around the Grand Canyon this time of year. Heading down to Las Vegas next week, and want to make a trip out to the Grand Canyon and do some riding and sightseeing. Thanks

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You might check with these guys: Bar 10 Ranch Here's a thread from a couple of months ago:Riding North of Grand Canyon

My family (my brother is the original poster in the other thread mentioned) rode out there again weekend before last and it really was amazing. We left out of St. George, Utah. Lake Mead is kinda in the middle on the Vegas side. There is supposed to be a trail (although we didn't take it or look for t) that will take you right down to the river. :) Some of the guys my husband works with were telling him about it. It's supposed to be off the same 'road' took past the Bar 10 Ranch. HTH.

I'll see if I can't dig up a few pics of the trip. They're pretty awesome.

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