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Widforss Trail

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Widforss Trail

Widforss Trail
Widforss Point, with white Coconino Sandstone Kaibab Plateau, south flank
upper left of Sumner Butte, at Granite Gorge (from South Kaibab Trail, on Tonto Platform)
Length 4.9 mi (7.9 km)
Location Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, United States
Trailheads Widforss Trailhead
Use Hiking
Elevation change 300 ft (91 m)
Highest point 8,380 ft (2,550 m)
Lowest point 8,080 ft (2,460 m)
Hiking details
Trail difficulty Moderate
Season Early Spring to
Late Fall
Sights Grand Canyon
Hazards Severe Weather
Flash Flood
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