Grand Canyon Hiking Tours
We offer three daily Grand Canyon Hiking Tours, and our "Classic Scenic Rim Tour"
also gives you the option to do some short walks along the rim. Our hikes
vary in difficulty from an easy stroll along the rim to an advanced decent into
the canyon. Choose the
hiking adventure that is right for you and your group.
"Classic Scenic Rim Tour" (Easy)
Often overlooked as a hiking tour, our daily
Grand Canyon Tour also offers some
short walking options. This leisurely rim side stroll is always offered as
part of the "Classic Scenic Rim Tour." The walk itself is approximately 1.5
miles in length, it is paved and mostly down hill. Your guide will drop you off
and then meet you at the end of the trail. This is a perfect option for
those that want to get out of the vehicle for a easy and enjoyable walk.
This tour is offered daily year round.
"Grand Canyon Adventurer Hike" (Beginner)
introductory level hiking tour is a stunning and dramatic hike along a ridge
line. The trail is wide (it also accommodates mule traffic) so you are
likely to see one of the famous Grand Canyon mule trains. We typically
descend about 1100 vertical feet into the canyon over about 1.5 to 2 miles.
The activity level is approximately equal to walking up and down the stairs of
the Empire State Building. Hikers should be in good physical condition and
not have a debilitating fear of heights.
"Secret Desert Oasis Hike" (Intermediate)
intermediate level hiking tour is for those that want to get off the beaten path. It takes
place in a less crowded and more secluded part of the canyon. There is no
mule traffic, and much less foot traffic. In addition, you will likely be
able to visit one of Grand Canyon's rare perennial springs that are literally an
oasis for the flora and fauna of the canyon. You should be in very good
physical condition for this all day hike that covers 5-7 miles over 1700
"Sky Island Extreme Hike" (Advanced)
If your an experienced hiker in strong physical condition that is looking for a
real Grand Canyon adventure, then this
advanced level hiking tour is for you. Descending
steeply down three miles over 3000 vertical feet, this hike is not for the faint
of heart. Portions of the trail are narrow and exposed to steep drop offs.
The reward is flat mile long mesa surrounded by towering buttes and pinnacles.
This hike also provides the opportunity to explore one of the only limestone karst caverns open to visitors.