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How Not to Die at Grand Canyon Guide


How Not to Die at Grand Canyon is a waterproof pocket guide that educates Grand Canyon visitors about the 12 most common hazards that visitors experience, how to avoid them, and how to perform first aid on the spot. If you’ve ever been to Grand Canyon National Park, you likely have noticed that there are dangerous hazards up high along the rim, down below in the Colorado River, and on the trails in between. From heat illness to falling, from drowning to cold exposure, there are many ways to die or get injured at Grand Canyon.

Author Dr. Tom Myers worked closely with the National Park Service’s Preventive Search and Rescue team and numerous experts in the emergency medicine field to create this potentially life-saving guide. Dr. Myers is co-author of the bestselling Over the Edge: Death in Grand Canyon and author of many other Grand Canyon-focused publications

Size Flat: 22.25" x 8.25"

Size Folded: 3.75" x 8.25"

Published by Grand Canyon Conservancy

GCC Publication, Hike Smart, Hiking and Trail Guides