Backcountry Users Advised of Changes to Water Availability on North Kaibab Trail

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Supai Tunnel along the North Kaibab Trail

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Information Launch Day: September 23, 2020

Contact: Joelle Baird, 928-638-7609

GRAND CANYON, Ariz.- Productive September 24, 2020, the Countrywide Park Company (NPS) will shut off water to the Supai Tunnel drinking water filling station on the North Kaibab Trail for the remainder of the time. This adjustment is in response to an ongoing drinking water pump failure at the Roaring Springs Pumphouse.Drinking water filling stations will continue to be accessible at the adhering to places along the North Kaibab and Shiny Angel trails:   

North Kaibab Path

  • North Kaibab Trailhead

  • Manzanita Working day Use Place

  • Cottonwood Campground

Phantom Ranch and Vibrant Angel Campground

Dazzling Angel Path

Till the water pump is fixed and drinking water in storage tanks reaches sustainable ranges, the North Rim will continue to be in conservation method. The NPS will go on to watch h2o tank stages on the North Rim and may well need to close further amenities in an exertion to even more preserve water.

Corridor Path h2o availability is readily available at: Vital Backcountry Updates: Which includes Trail Closures and Limitations – Grand Canyon Countrywide Park (U.S. National Park Provider) (


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