Thrilling, a little scary, but totally worth it. Guides were great. Accommodations at the bottom were very comfortable for where you are. Food was excellent. Be careful of going in July and August. We had to keep pushing forward on the way down because it was supposed to be over 100 by the time we got to the bottom. It was really hot for well over an hour. Consider a different time of the year if you can't take the heat. Bring lightweight clothes and a really big hat. Sneakers are fine. Very physically demanding but so very worth it!!!!!
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