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 Post subject: Going for a hike in the Grand Canyon in 2017?
 Post Posted: December 13th, 2016, 9:34 pm 
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Got a hiker credit for $64 to transfer to someone for $20.
It was a weather option permit that I will never use due to my current schedule.

Good for any trip starting in May thru Dec.
Honestly, you would want to get permit request in Jan. 2 for May dates,
or June or July 1 for Oct or Nov dates.

Currently $10 per permit, then $8 per person per canyon night.
Doesn't cost anything to camp on the rim outside the NP.

This is fully transferable, use on any itinerary they will accept. Reduce the bill be $64 for $20.
I will guarantee (and actually have to email your name and zip BRFORE you put in the lottery application).
I will wait to get paid Paypal F&F after a successful permit receipt in your hands.

PM me and we can discuss it


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