After Arizona received a massive amount of snowfall (record for the largest daily snowfall in Flagstaff EVER) in February 2019 (and some other unforeseen circumstances), we had to cut our Grand Canyon trip down significantly since the roads to get up to the Grand Canyon were becoming impassable (and some eventually closed.)
At this rate, I’m about 2 weeks behind in creating my hiking videos. So I FINALLY got the Passage 37 done and posted.
Like I’ve mentioned in the video description, while the passage is called “Grand Canyon: South Rim”, you don’t actually see the Grand Canyon or the South Rim until the very end at the northern terminus of the passage (South Kaibab Trailhead.)
After thinking about it (and talking about it) for a week or two, I walked home from work last night. It really wasn’t too bad. It was 19.67 miles, mostly very flat terrain urban walking. The only part that was a pain was the waiting for lights, but even that was too bad. I started at 5pm and I got home almost exactly at 11:15. My feet were a little sore, but overall not bad at all. I may make this a yearly thing.