Grand Canyon Hiking Trips
Grand Canyon guided hiking trips are great for novice to experienced hikers. Take on the challenge of backpacking and camping the Grand Canyon South Rim, North Rim and Havasupai areas with experienced guides. There's nothing like experiencing the Grand Canyon on your own two feet. Experienced guides offer interesting information about the Canyon as well as provide a little extra confidence on the trail. Even some of the more experienced hikers can miscalculate weather, impact of temperature, pace, or amount of supplies needed to hike certain trails of the Grand Canyon safely. If you're not accustomed to dry, desert hiking conditions, we recommend a guided hike on your first hiking trip down the Grand Canyon.
There are literally dozens of guided hiking trails to choose from, but here are a select few popular hikes:
- Havasupai Falls
- Indian Gardens
- Bright Angel Loop
- Horseshoe Mesa
- Rim to Rim
Top 9 Grand Canyon Hiking Trails
- Best Camping - Grandview Trail to Horseshoe Mesa
- Best Spring Day - Dripping Springs
- Best Winter Vista - Shoshone Point
- Hot Weather Retreat - North Kaibab Trail
- Most Accessible - Rim Trail
- Most Epic - Rim to Rim
- Most Isolated - New Hance
- Most Traveled - Bright Angel Trail
- Most Views - South Kaibab Trail
1. Wildland Trekking
Book any multi-day Grand Canyon National Park or Havasu Falls camping adventure with Discovery Treks for 2014 and Discovery Treks will provide a free hotel room in Flagstaff the night before your Discovery Treks Lifetime Adventure. Offer expires 12/30/13. (Room available as double occupancy only. May not be combined with other offers. New reservations only.)
2. Discovery Treks
Book 6 months in advance and save $50 per person on any 2-4 day Havasu Falls trip.
**We currently have Last Minute Spots Open For Havasu Falls Families, Friends, and Solo Travelers Welcome!
Getting permits is difficult this time of year. Let us be your hiking guides and cook gourmet meals for at this beautiful place!
3. Pygmy Guides
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CAMPING IN THE GRAND CANYON
Camping overnight, on the rim or in the backcountry, is a popular way to experience Grand Canyon. See All Grand Canyon Campgrounds »
GRAND CANYON RIVER RAFTING
Go by raft, pontoon or dory; motorized, oar or paddle power. Book 1 - 9 day trips on the Colorado River. See All River Rafting Outfitters »
HOTELS IN OR NEAR THE GRAND CANYON
Book Grand Canyon hotels in or near the park. Reservations are often made a year in advance. See All Hotels Near Grand Canyon »
PLANES, TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES
Drive yourself or take a shuttle? Learn the transportation options for each Grand Canyon rim. See All Grand Canyon Transportation »