The weather forecast is good for mountain biking.
The temperature is about 30 degrees.
The sun is shining and the trail is dry.
It’s a perfect time for a hike.
But there’s one problem: The route is extremely rugged.
That’s because the trailhead on the north side of the mountain is a short distance from the main entrance of the Grand Canyon National Park.
The entrance is a half-mile to the west, so you can’t cross the canyon without stopping at the trail.
You can’t do it without stopping, too.
So you have to cross the river, hike down the canyon and cross the Grand Staircase.
That is the only way you can get there, at least in this summer.
That means you’re going to have to hike for three hours.
If you want to make the hike, the first time you get to the trailheads is around 4:00 p.m.
You have a total of 15 minutes to get to each.
It’s a tough plan, especially when the weather is bad and you’re on a bike that’s slow and vulnerable.
But it’s worth it if you can make it.
I’ll be honest: I wasn’t sure if I wanted to do it.
And now I’m glad I did.
I have a bike for the mountain.
And I’m not going to take a chance.
I’m going to do the best I can to get there and get my feet wet.
I arrived at the first trailhead at 3:30 p.d.
A friend had told me to stay in the car and take a cab.
The ride took about 20 minutes and I had a full stomach.
After arriving at the parking lot, I walked to the entrance and started walking.
I have to admit, it was a bit intimidating.
But after a while, I got used to the pace and the way the terrain was arranged.
I started feeling confident and the terrain didn’t feel as rough.
I was able to do things like climb up the side of a hill, but it was really hard.
After about 20 miles, I stopped and took a breather.
I needed to do a little stretch and I thought, Okay, I need to get a few hours of rest before I can get back to my bike.
I called a friend and asked him to come over.
He came to my side of camp and we rode out on the trail together.
It was a lot of fun.
It was a good workout.
I didn’t get much sleep and I was tired.
I think I was in the range of about five to seven hours of sleep.
When I got home, I was feeling really good and ready to ride the next day.
But I was also worried that my body wouldn’t be ready for the hard work.
So I took a nap, ate a couple of food items and started the next morning.
I went out with my buddy to see the Grand Dune.
He had a map and he was on a trail map.
So we started at the entrance of Grand Canyon.
There’s a small camp that’s only about a quarter of a mile away.
He wanted to hike the Grand Loop, a way to get back and the next trail.
We made it to the other side and I stopped at the base of the big peak and he went up and down the valley.
At the top, we saw the Grand Dome and there was a beautiful view.
He told me that he had a great time.
I said, You sure you’re not going on another adventure?
And he replied, I don’t know.
It wasn’t until I saw the view that I realized that I was on the right path.
I knew I needed rest.
I told him to take my helmet and he started walking the other way.
I took off my helmet, put it on my back and then went up to the top of the dome and went down to the valley floor.
I stopped on the edge of the valley and watched a beautiful sunset.
At that moment, I realized I wasnít going to need any rest for a while.
I started working on my skills.
I had to figure out how to climb up and around the steep mountainside.
I also had to learn how to move up the mountain and use my arms.
After a few days, I felt like I was really in good shape.
I kept practicing and getting better.
I felt better and better as the days went by.
The next day, I went back to camp and it was still raining.
I decided to take off my helmets and head back to the parking area.
I came back to check on my body and decided to have some lunch.
I ate something good and I decided I wanted a little exercise.
I walked back up the hill and went to the next camp.
I wanted some fresh air and some exercise.
So, I sat down on the side, ate some food and got my feet sweaty.
I put on my