Where does the water come from in the Grand Canyon?
Most of the flow of the Colorado River through Grand Canyon originates in the Rocky Mountain region. From its origin to its mouth in the Gulf of California, many hands have claimed the Colorado waters for such purposes as irrigation and water supply.
It is steeper and hotter than the Bright Angel Trail, and there is no water available anywhere on the trail until the bottom of the canyon. … In total, it is 6.4 miles to Bright Angel Campground and 6.9 miles to Phantom Ranch.
Is there water on the Bright Angel Trail?
From mid-October to early May, water is only available at Bright Angel Campground and Indian Garden. There is never potable water available at the River Resthouse.
Is there drinking water at Phantom Ranch?
Drinking water is available at the following locations: Mile and a Half, Three Mile, and Indian Garden on the Bright Angel Trail, and Supai Tunnel on the North Kaibab Trail. Partial water services will be available at the Phantom Ranch Canteen.