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Grand Canyon Yaki Point Bicycle Tour

Grand Canyon Yaki Point Bicycle Tour - Grand Canyon Village, United States

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Grand Canyon Village, United States

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$52.00

Ride along a pristine stretch of greenway along the canyon rim towards Yaki Point. This tour features 7-miles of bike riding which your guides will highlight as they take you through a colorful history of geology, plant life and human history along the way ... More info ›

Ride along a pristine stretch of greenway along the canyon rim towards Yaki Point. This tour features 7-miles of bike riding which your guides will highlight as they take you through a colorful history of geology, plant life and human history along the way. You'll also be introduced to some of the canyon’s wildlife which is commonly seen in this area. This tour is great for all ages and ability levels.

This Grand Canyon bike tour follows the newest greenway section built in the park eastward to Yaki Point.

The beautifully paved paths have been designed to let you experience the Canyon at a spectacularly close distance, while still keeping you very safe and out of harm’s way. One half mile into the tour, you will emerge into a clearing that offers your first spectacular view of the canyon. From there, the path winds all the way to the beautiful Yaki Point lookout.

Your guide will take you through a colorful history of geology, plant life and human history along the way. They will also introduce you to some of the Canyon’s wildlife which is commonly seen in this area. This tour is great for all ages and ability levels. Kids love it but we encourage them to be old enough to have patience with 10-minute stops for interpretation.

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Grand Canyon Hermit Road Bicycle Tour

Grand Canyon Hermit Road Bicycle Tour - Grand Canyon Village, United States
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Grand Canyon Village, United States

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$65.00

The Hermit Road winds along the Grand Canyon’s south rim for 5.5 -miles and is closed to public vehicle traffic. It boasts many of the grandest views in the park including great river views, and is the best opportunity for cyclists to see a large portion of the rim in a short amount of time ... More info ›

The Hermit Road winds along the Grand Canyon’s south rim for 5.5 -miles and is closed to public vehicle traffic. It boasts many of the grandest views in the park including great river views, and is the best opportunity for cyclists to see a large portion of the rim in a short amount of time. Biking this portion of the South Rim is considered a crown jewel and will leave you and your family counting the days until you can return to ride again. All necessary equipment is included.

For a great scenic bike ride at the Grand Canyon National Park, the Hermit Road Tour is perfect for those wanting to explore the rim by bike and avoid the big crowds.

On this tour, the bike shuttle transports cyclists past the challenging uphill section of the road to begin riding the 5.5-mile flat portion of the road (closed to public traffic) and greenways from Hopi Point to Hermit's Rest. The tour proceeds westward for 5.5 miles (9 km) of low intensity riding; stopping at jaw-dropping lookouts along the way to take in the sights and hear interesting information about the natural and human history of the area.

The tour ends at Hermit’s Rest where you can take your picture with the historic bell that graces the entrance to the 1914 Mary Jane Colter building. The structure was designed to provide shelter, food, and curios for tourists at the end of the West Rim Drive in the early tourism days at Grand Canyon. From Hermit’s rest our shuttle will return you and your bikes to our  base location at the Visitor Center.

Please note: this tour is seasonal and only operates available between March and October.

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Grand Canyon Landmarks Tour by Airplane

Grand Canyon Landmarks Tour by Airplane - Grand Canyon Village, United States
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Duration: 40 minutes
Location: Grand Canyon Village, United States

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$149.99

See some of the most striking scenery the Grand Canyon has to offer on this morning or afternoon fixed-wing airplane flight. Soar over the eastern part of the canyon, admiring Zuni Point, the Desert View Watchtower, Point Imperial, the Painted Desert and the Kaibab National Forest ... More info ›

See some of the most striking scenery the Grand Canyon has to offer on this morning or afternoon fixed-wing airplane flight. Soar over the eastern part of the canyon, admiring Zuni Point, the Desert View Watchtower, Point Imperial, the Painted Desert and the Kaibab National Forest. Take advantage of once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunities as in-flight narration provides facts, figures and historical anecdotes about the sights you see. This scenery-packed tour provides an excellent overview of the Grand Canyon in a short amount of time.

Set off from Grand Canyon National Park Airport on your morning or afternoon airplane tour of Grand Canyon landmarks. As you ride aboard a comfortable Vistaliner plane with panoramic windows, listen to narration about the geologic forces that helped create the dramatic canyon and surrounding terrain and the various peoples who have lived there.

Keep your camera ready as you fly over Zuni Point — one of the few lookouts on the South Rim without a road or trail — and marvel at the crimson canyon and plateau covered with cacti. Continue through the Zuni Corridor and see the confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado rivers.

Get a closer look at the Desert View Watchtower, a popular vista point on the South Rim, and glimpse the gorgeous colors of the Painted Desert in the distance. See the remote North Rim, including its highest viewpoint, Point Imperial. Admire the Kaibab Plateau and dense greenery of the Kaibab National Forest before returning to Grand Canyon National Park Airport at the conclusion of your 40-minute aerial tour.

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Bright Angel Trail Day Hike Tour

Bright Angel Trail Day Hike Tour - Grand Canyon Village, United States
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Duration: 4 to 8 hours
Location: Grand Canyon Village, United States

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$165.00

Our Bright Angel Trail day hike offers a tour with many options for length and difficulty, and it has shade, water and bathrooms roughly every 1.5 miles up and down. On the longer side, we can hike to Plateau Point which is a wonderful option for the fittest and most adventurous of visitors ... More info ›

Our Bright Angel Trail day hike offers a tour with many options for length and difficulty, and it has shade, water and bathrooms roughly every 1.5 miles up and down. On the longer side, we can hike to Plateau Point which is a wonderful option for the fittest and most adventurous of visitors. And on the shorter side, we can hike to one of the rest houses for a moderate, stunningly beautiful hike. So for families, couples, and solo travelers, of an adventure and fitness level, this hike has a lot to offer!

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Stop At: Bright Angel Trail, Begins near the main Visitor Center complex, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023

Bright Angel Trail offers a wealth of day hiking opportunities on this tour! The trail switchbacks down from the South Rim Village to Mile and a Half Rest House, then 3 Mile Rest House, then Indian Garden at 4.5 miles and Plateau Point at 6 miles. So this tour can be done as a 3-mile, 6-mile, 9-mile, or 12-mile round trip hike. For ambitious travelers, Plateau Point (12 miles round trip) offers the most "bang for the buck" with stunning views of the Inner Gorge and the Colorado River. Indian Garden (9 miles round trip) is another excellent longer option with a shaded oasis with a spring-fed creek for a picnic lunch. And for less ambitious travelers, Mile and a Half and 3 Mile rest houses offer fantastic hikes.

Duration: 6 hours

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South Kaibab Day Hike Tour

South Kaibab Day Hike Tour - Grand Canyon Village, United States

Duration: 5 to 7 hours
Location: Grand Canyon Village, United States

From USD
$165.00

Wildland Trekking's expert guides are the best in the business, which is why we are the #1 rated Outdoor Activity at Grand Canyon National Park on Trip Advisor. We will show you the best of the South Rim by pointing out amazing landmarks, teaching you about the history and geology of the Grand Canyon, and helping you vastly increase the safety of your hike with expert guidance and preparation ... More info ›

Wildland Trekking's expert guides are the best in the business, which is why we are the #1 rated Outdoor Activity at Grand Canyon National Park on Trip Advisor. We will show you the best of the South Rim by pointing out amazing landmarks, teaching you about the history and geology of the Grand Canyon, and helping you vastly increase the safety of your hike with expert guidance and preparation. Enjoy a wonderful picnic lunch, tasty snacks, excellent gear and passionate, educated, professional guides!

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Stop At: South Kaibab Trail, Along the side road to Yaki Point, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ

The South Kaibab Trail is a must-hike trail in Grand Canyon National Park. It was blasted out of the Canyon's sheer walls by the National Park Service in the 1920s, and today offers a dramatic journey to amazing features like Ooh Aah Point, Cedar Ridge and Skeleton Point. On this tour our goal, which is not guaranteed as each group is unique, is Skeleton Point, where we will enjoy a picnic lunch looking down onto the Colorado River and Phantom Ranch far below us. The hike back is arduous, so be ready for a quick descent and a longer return!

Duration: 7 hours

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25-minute Grand Canyon Dancer Helicopter Tour from Tusayan, Arizona

25-minute Grand Canyon Dancer Helicopter Tour from Tusayan, Arizona - Grand Canyon Village, United States
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Duration: 25 minutes
Location: Grand Canyon Village, United States

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$248.99

Depart from the Grand Canyon airport in Tusayan, Arizona for an exhilarating 25-minute scenic flight out of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon over the Kaibab National Forest. Aboard the state-of-the-art ECO-Star helicopter, enjoy breathtaking views through wraparound windows as you fly over the mighty Colorado River towards the Canyon’s North Rim ... More info ›

Depart from the Grand Canyon airport in Tusayan, Arizona for an exhilarating 25-minute scenic flight out of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon over the Kaibab National Forest. Aboard the state-of-the-art ECO-Star helicopter, enjoy breathtaking views through wraparound windows as you fly over the mighty Colorado River towards the Canyon’s North Rim. See the Tower of Ra and Vishnu Schist as you fly back through the Dragon Corridor, the widest and deepest section of the Grand Canyon.

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Pass By: Kaibab National Forest, U.S. 89a/Az 67, Jacob Lake, AZ

You will depart from Tusayan, Arizona located at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon on the safest and most comfortable tourism-based helicopter in the world. On your 25-minute helicopter flight, enjoy the luxurious comfort and wraparound windows which offers breathtaking views of the Canyon.

You will first fly over the 1.6 million-acre (6,500 km²) Kaibab National Forest, which borders both the north and south rims of the Grand Canyon. The Kaibab National Forest is home to the world’s largest ponderosa pines.

Pass By: Colorado River, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ

Fly north through the Dragon Corridor, the widest and deepest section of the Grand Canyon, and over the mighty Colorado River towards the North Rim of the Canyon, which offers a breathtaking scenic Grand Canyon experience. The North Rim forms the edge of the Kaibab Plateau, reaching 9,241 feet (2,817 meters) above sea level.

Pass By: Grand Canyon South Rim, Highway 64, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023

Fly north through the Dragon Corridor, the widest and deepest section of the Grand Canyon, and over the mighty Colorado River towards the North Rim of the Canyon, which offers a breathtaking scenic Grand Canyon experience. The North Rim forms the edge of the Kaibab Plateau, reaching 9,241 feet (2,817 meters) above sea level.

Please note: Per FAA regulations, all passengers 18 years and older will be required to show photo ID such as a driver's license or passport at the time of check-in.

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