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Run to Point Sublime (Grand Canyon)
July 20, 2019 - July 21, 2019
Spectacular north rim overlook inside Grand Canyon National Park.
Our favorite overlook on the north rim. We go in the main route that starts inside the park, and drive out an alternate way. This is the best and easiest route to follow on your way back from visiting the North Rim Visitor Center. At that point you’ve already paid the park entrance fee. It is also possible to see Point Sublime by following reverse directions and going in the alternate route. A permit is required if you camp overnight. OHVs are not allowed inside the park.
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Park entrance fee: Grand Canyon National Park Vehicle Permit – $35
Due to the distance and length of trail, some of us will be camping overnight! You will need a Backcountry permit to camp in the park. You must obtain a permit from the Backcountry Information Center.
$10 per permit plus $8 per person or stock animal per night camped below the rim and $8 per group per night camped above the rim. Denied requests will not incur a charge. Permits cancelled at least four days in advance will receive hiker credit (minus a $10 cancellation charge) valid for one year. Backcountry Information Center charges are NON-REFUNDABLE!
When sending in a permit request, the required method of payment is with a credit card. Indicate the maximum amount you authorize the Backcountry Information Center to charge so that your longest trip alternative can be considered. Do not send cash in the mail.
Trail Rating: Moderate -Much of the route is easy, but short intermittent sections can be narrow, steep and rough.
Meet up: at Farmers Insurance – 853 S Dunivin Lane, Dewey AZ 86327
Vehicle Requirements: Minimum tire size of 33″, full size spare and be comfortable with possible damage
For any questions, please contact George McClenahan at 602-471-5867 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
**There are inherent risks and dangers while off-roading. SUMMIT 4×4 Club is not responsible for any and all risks of injury, harm, medical conditions, or property damage to participates. All participants (on behalf of him/her self and his/her minor children) are responsible for their own safety and assumes all liabilities, and waives any and all damages against SUMMIT 4×4 Club (including its organizers, hosts, sponsors, and members).**