Grand Canyon National Park Grapevine Creek

Grapevine Creek is an at large camping area in the primitive zone of Grand Canyon National Park, recommended for highly experienced Grand Canyon Hikers . Do your part to practice Leave No Trace in this very special remote area. Bury solid human waste at least 200' from water in a shallow cat hole 4-6 deep and 4-6 wide. Pack out what you bring in. This includes used toilet paper.

Some hikers use Grapevine use area (BH9) as a middle night during a traverse from the Grandview Trailhead to the South Kaibab Trailhead along the Tonto Plateau. Grapevine Canyon is an enormous side canyon and a wonderful place to explore. Grapevine Creek is considered a perennial water source.

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