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The Grand Canyon Hiker Dude Show

Bright Angel Outfitters

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The mission is simple: To help YOU have your safest and most memorable experience hiking the majestic Grand Canyon. Join Emmy-winning, Canyon-crazy host Brian Speciale and learn what it takes to complete iconic hikes like Rim2Rim through emotional stories of tragedy and triumph from everyday hikers like you, and also with information-packed interviews with the experts. This is THE podcast for the Grand Canyon hiker and trail runner.
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Grand Canyon Five-Minute Histories

Grand Canyon Five Minute Histories

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A collection of verbal histories organized by river mile along the Colorado River through Grand Canyon. These topics have been selected as locations with significant human history regarding past activities of the location and/or the name that the location has received.
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Inside Grand Canyon

National Park Service

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Learn about Grand Canyon National Park with a Park Ranger as your guide. Inside Grand Canyon provides an in-depth look at the nature, science, history and culture of the Grand Canyon told through audio/ video podcasts and Ranger Minutes. A powerful and inspiring landscape, the Grand Canyon overwhelms our senses through its immense size. Unique combinations of geologic color and erosional forms decorate a canyon that is 277 river miles (446km) long, up to 18 miles (29km) wide, and a mile (1.6 ...
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Taking on the Canyon is an impressive feat at any age. But at 70? That takes even more grit and determination. Today, Phil Neely shares his experience as a first-timer, which includes plenty of valuable information that can help us all in our Grand Canyon adventures. ***** The Rim2Rim Pack from Bright Angel Outfitters is now available! Check out ou…
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It was supposed to be the trail run of a lifetime—which is saying something, considering Margaret Bradley had conquered the iconic Boston Marathon just months earlier. But Margaret's story is a study in what can go wrong even for the most fit amongst us—and how a lack of preparation and planning can have deadly consequences in the Grand Canyon. ***…
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Mary Banik—at age 73—just completed her 181st Grand Canyon hike...and I got to go along with her! Afterwards, we sat in the lobby at Bright Angel Lodge for a wide-ranging conversation on everything from which route is best for Rim2Rim, what to pack, what to wear, hiking in heat, and mistakes she commonly sees. We even had a spirited disagreement (g…
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Dr. Tom Myers—The Canyon Doc—is the medical director for Grand Canyon National Park, and has been practicing at Grand Canyon Clinic for 34 years. Dr. Myers is also an accomplished author, with his most famous work being Over The Edge: Death In Grand Canyon, which he co-authored with Michael Ghiglieri. Today, Dr. Myers shares life-saving tips from h…
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Training for your Canyon adventure doesn't have to be complicated, and Brad Gill will prove it. Today, the veteran marathoner and triathlete shares his smart and simple training regiment, along with the compelling story of the long Grand Canyon adventure it was built for. ***** Want to check out Brad's training program and packing list? Click here …
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The heat in the Grand Canyon can kill—it happens every year. Unfortunately, prime hiking season falls during the hottest time of the year in Arizona, and countless hikers underestimate the toll the high temperatures can take. In today's show, we sit down with Amy Hedtke, a seasoned Canyon hiker who has taken on multi-day itineraries below the rim e…
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Bendict Dughoff, the Grand Canyon Facebook mastermind, returns for a Q&A on topics ranging from trail conditions to trekking poles. ***** Benedict offers a service to help you take all the guesswork out of planning the often-complicated logistics of a Rim-to-Rim adventure. To find out more, you can reach out to him directly at canyoncoachingaz@gmai…
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There's nothing like learning about Grand Canyon hiking from those in the midst of actually doing the Grand Canyon hiking. That's the premise for Trail Talk, a theme we'll tackle from time to time that will take you onto the trail for conversations and tips & tricks from those right in the middle of their adventures. Today, we head down a crowded S…
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Lauren Hargrove is a firefighter in Chandler, AZ, so she knows a thing or two about defying the odds. But little did Lauren know that on her Rim-to-Rim with three friends in September of 2023, she'd come face to face with death on the trail—and also wonder if she was next. This is a harrowing tale of a Rim-to-Rim gone wrong, and proof that the Gran…
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Steve Cortes, founder and president of the League of American Workers (LAW), joined the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss the results of a new poll of Arizona voters. Among other findings, the poll results show: Former President Donald Trump ( R) leads President Biden (D) by four points among Arizona voters in the 2024 race for the White House:…
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Naomi Lopez, Senior Fellow at the Goldwater Institute, joined the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss the need for more transparency in the federal 340b program. Established in 1992, the 340b program enables eligible hospitals and healthcare organizations to purchase outpatient medications at significantly discounted prices. Hospitals participati…
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Coach Arnie—Arnie Fonseca Jr.—is back for a conversation on training for the unique nature of a Grand Canyon adventure. Our resident exercise physiologist and R5 (quadruple crossing) survivor will give us a pair of simple and valuable tips that he says will lay the foundation for a successful Canyon hike. ***** Coach Arnie encourages phone calls. S…
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What would it be like to hike Rim-to-Rim without training, much less doing it in the middle of summer? Amy Hedtke shares the whys of her unusual approach in a story full of twists and turns, including broken teeth, close calls, and even nights spent on resthouse bathroom floors. ***** Click here for the link to Amy's Google doc on hiking in the hea…
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Jerome Chavez is a wastewater operator for the National Park Service, but it's where he works and how he gets there that sets him apart. Almost every Tuesday for the last 26 years, Jerome has either descended or ascended the majestic South Kaibab Trail, on his way to or from work—at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Today, he has stories to tell and …
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Sandrelle Aguirre lost her marriage and her best friend in a span of months. But instead of retreating into the darkness, she used her personal tragedies as a turning point toward the life she'd always wanted—one of taking action and conquering physical challenges that once seemed impossible. Today, Sandrelle shares how the Grand Canyon played such…
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Since 2021, government records show 186 voter registrants were “involuntarily purged” for citizenship issues in Pima County, ArizonJ. Christian Adams, president of the Public Interest Legal Foundation and founder of the Election Law Center, joined the Grand Canyon Times podcast to discuss a new report from his organization which showed that, since …
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Mary Banik is 73 years old, and has hiked the Grand Canyon 175 hard-earned times...and counting. Today, Ms. Mary shares her triumphs, her near-tragedy, and the trail lessons she's learned that can help us all have our best hikes. ***** The all-new Grand Canyon Shade Tracker is LIVE!! This incredible interactive tool lets you see when and where you'…
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Kayla Van Soest, the Tucson Market Manager of Children’s Entrepreneur’s Market (C.E.M.), joins the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss the organization. Founded in Utah, CEM helps organize markets in sixteen states, including Arizona, where children can sell their products and learn about entrepreneurship. CEM operates in various locations, inclu…
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U.S. Congressional candidate Blake Masters (R-AZ-8) joined the Grand Canyon Times podcast to discuss his race. Masters is one of four candidates currently running in the Republican primary to represent the 8th Congressional District. The district is currently represented by U.S. Rep. Debbie Lesko (R), who announced last year that she will be retiri…
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The Grand Canyon offers one of the most unique hiking settings in the world, and being prepared physically is key. As the prime Canyon hiking season fast approaches, get some training tips and tricks from the experts that you'll be able to apply to your own training regiment. ***** The all-new Grand Canyon Shade Tracker is LIVE!! This incredible in…
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It's a very personal episode today, as I share my story of a summer R2R that I honestly wasn't sure I was going to survive. Listen along and learn how you can avoid making the same mistakes I did on your own Grand Canyon hikes, no matter what those hikes might be. ***** The all-new Grand Canyon Shade Tracker is LIVE!! This incredible interactive to…
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Matt Roeske, founder of Cultivate Elevate, joined the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss the power of Electroculture which, he said, is, “the ancient practice of increasing yields utilizing certain materials to harvest the earth's atmospheric energy.” Learn more: https://cultivateelevate.com/blog/electroculture-gardening-techniques-for-beginners…
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James Tenelshof is a longtime Grand Canyon hiker and a valued contributor to the Canyon Facebook pages. But his expertise is hard-earned. Today, James tells the story of an ill-advised Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim, and how his mistakes led him to rethink everything about how to hike the Canyon. ***** The all-new Grand Canyon Shade Tracker is LIVE!! This incre…
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Kyle Reyes is the president of Law Enforcement Today, joined the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss border security and his recent trip to the Arizona-Mexico border. Following is a summary of this episode: Border Security and Immigration Legislation: Reyes discussed the current state of border security and immigration legislation, noting the ine…
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Whether you're a first-timer or a long-timer, knowing which hike to take on at the Grand Canyon can be challenging. Today, Canyon expert Benedict Dughoff rejoins the show to offer his perspective on the five best hikes that start on the South Rim. No matter if you want to stay on the rim or go all the way to the river, this is what you need to know…
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Arnie Fonseca Jr. is training to become the oldest person to ever complete a quadruple crossing of the Grand Canyon—R2R2R2R2R—which he soon plans on doing at the age of 65. A big part of his training regiment is completing multiple Rim-to-Rim-to-Rims, the first of which he took on this past week. But the thing is, it's currently winter, and complet…
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Steve Cortes, founder of the League of American Workers (LAW), appeared on the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss a new poll conducted for his organization, which found that only 18% of Arizona voters say that the American Dream is “still attainable.” Founded in 2022 by Cortes, LAW conducts research and develops proposals on public policies impa…
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Benedict Dughoff is the Canyon-obsessed man behind a Facebook community of more than 300,000 members. In this episode, Benedict shares his story of falling in love with hiking the Grand Canyon, and how he'll stop at nothing to make sure everyone has the best possible experience below the rim. ***** The all-new Grand Canyon Shade Tracker is LIVE!! T…
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Julian Coiner is a realtor and triathlete, and also a veteran of 51 Rim-to-Rims, including a recent crossing where he helped a 92-year-old set a Guinness World Record for being the oldest known person to complete the Grand Canyon's most iconic hike. Today, Julian is more concerned with helping others have memorable Rim-to-Rims than he is any person…
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Jenny Clark, a member of the Arizona Board of Education, joined the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss the state’s Empowerment Scholarship (ESA) Program and the governor’s recently proposed regulations of the program. Clark is also the founder of the “Love Your School” organization and a partner at First Day PR. Following is a summary of this ep…
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The Tonto Trail is one of Grand Canyon's longest, but most sparsely traveled routes. Stretching for 95 miles below the South Rim, Tonto zigs and zags its way across the relatively level Tonto Platform, 3,000 feet below the rim and roughly 1,500 feet above the river. In this episode, we'll explore the most accessible part of Tonto—the 4.5-mile leg b…
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Arizona-based Chris Buskirk is the publisher of American Greatness. He has founded, built, and successfully sold multiple finance businesses including in insurance, reinsurance, specialty lending, and tax-credit financing. For over 15 years he has been a successful investor in growth stages companies across the financial services space as well as i…
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Arnie Fonseca Jr. is a true "Canyon Crazy." How else can you describe a man who, at 62, decided to do a QUADRUPLE crossing of the Grand Canyon? Turns out, there are plenty of lessons for all of us in Coach Arnie's story. We'll go in-depth into what he learned about himself, and how it can help all of us have our best possible hikes in the Grand Can…
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Matt Beienburg, the director of education policy at the Phoenix-based Goldwater Institute, appeared on the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss the Biden Administration’s $37.7 million fine on Grand Canyon University (GCU), the largest Christian university in the U.S. The U.S. Department of Education (DOE) said the fine was imposed because GCU all…
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The South Kaibab Trail is the most scenic of the Grand Canyon's main trails, with spectacular vistas for just about its entire 6.5 miles. You don't have to go all the way to the Colorado River to get the full Kaibab Experience; in fact, just a two-mile roundtrip can give you views and memories that will last you a lifetime. In this episode, we'll t…
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Katlie Ratlief, executive director of the Common Sense Institute Arizona (CSI-AZ) and Glenn Farley, CSI’s director of policy and research, joined the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss the recently-released 2023 edition of Arizona’s Free Enterprise Report: https://commonsenseinstituteaz.org/2023-free-enterprise-report/ This report includes the “…
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Rim-to-River-to-Rim—better known to Canyon regulars as Rim-to-River—is the most popular of the Canyon hikes that begin and end on the South Rim. Following the breathtaking South Kaibab Trail to the bottom and the famed Bright Angel Trail back up to the rim, Rim-to-River is a difficult, 16+ mile journey with more than 9,000 feet of elevation change.…
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In Part 1 of the Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim hike, we made it from the South Kaibab trailhead to the North Kaibab trailhead in just over nine hours—a hike done completely in the darkness. With the sun finally coming up, I have nothing but questions as I wonder how my body will react having already hiked 21.5 miles with 11,000 feet of elevation change. Now, w…
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Whether your goal is Rim-to-Rim, Rim-to-River, or any of the Canyon's iconic hikes, you'll no doubt find some useful information in this first-hand, from-the-trail account of my attempt at my first Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim—a double crossing of the Grand Canyon. Primarily the domain of trail and ultra runners—which I am not—I knew I wanted to do R3 as a hi…
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On our premiere episode, I'll share my Grand Canyon experience and reasons for launching this show, as well as offer up some important tips that anyone can benefit from when they decide to hike below the rim. Welcome to The Grand Canyon Hiker Dude Show, Presented by Bright Angel Outfitters. ***** The all-new Grand Canyon Shade Tracker is LIVE!! Thi…
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Phoenix-area resident Ryan Hartwig, who gained national attention for "hidden camera" footage about Facebook, joined the Grand Canyon Times Podcast.In 2020, Hartwig released hidden camera footage from his work as a “content moderator” for Facebook while working at the Phoenix offices Cognizant. That footage, released through Project Veritas, featur…
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Steve Cortes, founder of the League of American Workers (LAW), appeared on the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss a new poll conducted for his organization, which found that only 18% of Arizona voters say that the American Dream is “still attainable.” That poll, conducted for LAW by North Star Opinion Research, also found that 78% of Arizonans n…
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Dr. Owen Anderson, professor at Arizona State University (ASU), joined the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss free speech and inquiry on Arizona college campuses. Anderson is a professor in the ASU School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies. He has been with ASU for twenty one years, and previously was a fellow at Princeton University, a vi…
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Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne joined the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss several issues central to the state of education in Arizona, including Critical Race Theory, school "bathroom policies," sexualized content in schools, and Arizona school choice. Horne, 78, was elected Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction…
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Former Congressman Lt. Col. Allen West (ret.), executive director of the American Constitutional Rights Union (ACRU), joined the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss Arizona’s political climate and efforts to enact “Ranked Choice Voting” (RCV) in the state. West represented Florida’s 22nd Congressional District from 2011 to 2013. He served in the …
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Hayden Ludwig, director of research at Restoration for America, joined the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to to discuss his recent column, “High Election Worker Turnover’ is the Left’s Newest Ploy to Federalize Elections.” “Democrats fired the latest salvo in a long war to radically transform American elections by eroding state and local control, repla…
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Gina Swoboda, director of the Voter Reference Foundation, joined the Grand Canyon Times Podcast to discuss election integrity in Arizona and throughout the country. Headquartered in Phoenix, the Voter Reference Foundation is a national non-profit foundation dedicated to ensuring free and fair elections in the United States. Swoboda also is the Chie…
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Merissa Hamilton is the executive director of the Save Arizona Fund and co-founder and CEO of EZAZ.org ,which seeks to make civic action “Easy as Pie. She previously ran for Phoenix mayor in 202 and serves as Member at Large of the Republican Party for Congressional District 1. EasyAZ.org and Civic Action: The platform tracks government agenda item…
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Ann Atkinson, the former executive director of the T. W. Lewis Center for Personal Development at Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University (ASU), joined the Grand Canyon Times podcast to discuss her firing from ASU and the battle for freedom of speech at the university.Atkinson is also an entrepreneur, healthcare real estate investor…
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Phoenix resident Jason Bedrick, a research fellow in the Center for Education Policy at The Heritage Foundation, joined the Grand Canyon Times to discuss school choice and parents rights in education in Arizona.Jason’s work focuses on policies that promote education freedom and choice, religious liberty, classical education, and restoring the prima…
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