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Volunteers Hike To Grand Canyon

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Volunteers Hike To Grand Canyon

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Volunteers Hike To Grand Canyon

Volunteers Hike To Grand Canyon

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The Grand Canyon rim trail, one of the most well traveled trails in the country, was originally built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Stretches of it have eroded away and become dangerous. But not for much longer, thanks to a crew of a dozen 20-somethings who are a part of the more modern volunteer corps.

Laurel Morales reports for member station KNAU.