Sunny will share:

  • Why the best hikes in Grand Canyon hide below the rim
  • The highlights of the rim-to-rim hiking tour
  • The greatest challenges of this trek and how to overcome them
  • How to know if you’re ready for a rim-to-rim hike
  • Pro tips for training and physical preparation
  • The gear you’ll need to bring
  • How to plan your thru-hike

Of the 6 million tourists who visit Grand Canyon National Park, less than 1% venture below the rim.

Want to know what it’s like to join the fearless few?

The rim-to-rim tour is one of the most iconic hikes in the Grand Canyon. Spanning the length of the so-called “corridor”, the trek takes ambitious travelers all the way from the South to the North Rim along a mixture of classic trails and hidden gems.

Given its remoteness, variable weather, and extreme altitude changes, it’s a trip reserved for the most tenacious of trekkers. However, those that can walk the walk are treated to profound solitude, spectacular sights, and some of the greatest hiking the Canyon has to offer.

Think you’ve got what it takes? Tune in to this FREE WEBINAR!

In an hour-long session, hiking guide Sunny Stroeer will teach you everything you need to know about the rim-to-rim hiking tour, from training and preparing for your journey to the gear you’ll need and logistical considerations.

Sunny has been guiding people on the rim-to-rim hike for years now, and even holds a speed record on a different, but parallel route. You’ll be in good hands.

Webinar host

Sunny Stroeer
Owner of AWExpeditions

Sunny led a career-oriented life as an international strategy consultant with a Harvard MBA until a formative adventure on Aconcagua made her drop everything and take on the outdoors full-time. Before long, her exploits on high-altitude hiking and climbing routes saw her breaking speed records worldwide. When she’s not traveling and setting FKTs left and right, Sunny organizes guided adventures, celebrates the sporting life and promotes female empowerment through her writing and photography.