It might not be spooky season just yet, but that doesn't mean you can't read a ghost story or two. You can experience one (ghost story) in real life if you want. This haunted hike in Arizona is a known chilling adventure with scenic views. Grab your friends and get ready for a scary story of a lifetime.\nOn the Grand Canyon's North Rim, Transept Trail is a moderate three-mile roundtrip hike that's reportedly haunted.\nYou and your friends can investigate for yourself with a $30 per vehicle permit fee.\nBack when the canyon's lodge was being built, rumor has it that a young woman moved there with her husband and son.\nWhile she was waiting for them to return, her family went on a hike along the rim's cliff when the impending storm caused them to fall off the edge to their deaths.\nThe woman searched the trail for her family and when she could not find them, she returned to the lodge and died by suicide.\nWilliams-Grand Canyon News reports that "many hikers and even some seasonal park rangers have reported seeing the young woman's apparition, either wandering Transept Trail or in the lodge."\nView this post on Instagram Small trip short hike #transepttrail #northrim #grandcanyonnps #grandcanyonnorthrim #grandcanyon #northrimcampground #nationalpark #arizona #america #sunsets_arizona #sunrise_sunset_photogroup #iphone8 #elihusunsetseries A post shared by eli clarke (@elihugram) on Sep 17, 2018 at 10:49pm PDT\nIf you have no luck seeing the reported ghost, you still might encounter something eerie.\nThere have also been claims of people hearing wailing and weeping sounds from the nearby campground and lodge.\nOthers also believe that the wailing could be La Llorona, a Mexican woman from Hispanic folklore. History Today describes her as such: "Usually translated into English as 'the wailing woman,' she is often presented as a banshee-type: an apparition of a woman dressed in white."\nView this post on Instagram 底片就是比較美ㄚ。 #filmphotography #minoltacapios25 #transepttrail #northrim #grandcanyon A post shared by Icery Ling (@pancakery826) on Oct 16, 2019 at 12:30am PDT\nWhether or not you believe these reportings to be true, we think you should bring a friend along, just in case. Strength in numbers, right?\nView this post on Instagram Sunset at the North Rim, Grand Canyon 😍 . Quick little hike out to a view point trying to catch the last light of the day... #GrandCanyon #sunset #TheGrandCanyon #GCNP #GrandCanyonNPS #GrandCanyonNationalPark #NorthRim #BrightAngelPoint #Transept #TranseptTrail #themountainsarecallingandimustgo #themountainsarecalling #hikemore 🐿️ #gooutside #hikerlife #hikingislife #gohiking #outdoorsgirl #liveyouradventure #adventurevisuals #visualwanderlust #welltravelled #openmyworld #letsgoeverywhere #worldnomads #traveljunkie #wondermore #outside_project 🦅 #tripgram #roamtheplanet A post shared by GeoTrek Photography (@geotrekphotography) on Jul 11, 2019 at 12:07pm PDT\nTransept Trail\nDifficulty: Moderate\nLength: Three-miles roundtrip\nAddress: North Rim, Grand Canyon, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: You can go on a scenic hike that's also one of the most haunted in the state.\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.