Enjoy the Grand Canyon’s backcountry and the joys of hiking with just a day pack on this Grand Canyon mule-supported trip. So you can hike more, have more fun, and eat better, let porters or pack mules transport your gear. Trips include porters or mules to carry the gear, all camping gear, meals, and a professional Grand Canyon hiking guide. Between March and May, September through November are the best months to visit Grand Canyon.
Even on a good day, the combination of steep trails, intense heat, changing weather and elusive water and shade can make for difficult conditions. Spectacular scenery, great side canyon hikes, ancient Indian ruins, splendid waterfalls, gourmet meals, and top notch guides.
You will feel like you are on top of the world when you experience the adventure, challenge, serenity, wildlife, fun, and exhilaration. Canyoneers is the best at motorized pontoons and smaller rowing boats! We are a licensed concessionaire of the National Park Service. Colorado River & Trail Expeditions offers rowing, paddle, motor, kayak support, and hybrid all-inclusive rafting trips.
- A wide range of options exist for guided hiking at Grand Canyon National Park.
- Discovery Treks offers a wide range of adventure opportunities, including hiking trails in Sedona, backpacking trips in Yosemite, and Grand Canyon tours.
- AOA offers 3-day and 5-day rim-to-rim tours, both featuring a mix of camping and lodging at Phantom Ranch.
- This amazing trek leads to Havasu Falls.
- Whether you visit Havasupai Falls, Bright Angel Campground, Horseshoe Mesa, or do a Rim to Rim, you’ll be left memories that will last a lifetime!
After 25 years in business, we are proud to offer our customers an experience like no other. Our experts will take you on the most memorable adventure of your life! We offer a variety packages, including the best Grand Canyon tours and Yosemite backpacking tours, guided hikes, adventure tours, camping tours, and Yosemite backpacking tours. From a single day to a full week’s adventure, Discovery Treks has a tour for you. Our private guided tour of Grand View Trail makes it easy to explore the Grand Canyon.
Guided hikes can range approximately anywhere from 14 to 44 miles over 3 to 7 days or so. It all depends on the hike chosen and the guide service hired. Meet the Canyon is the most popular day hike at Grand Canyon Conservancy Field Institute. Bright Angel Trail will be accompanied by an expert guide who will educate you about the local wildlife, fossils, native history, and plant life. You’ll visit the historic Kolb Studio just beneath the rim, and enjoy sweeping views of Grand Canyon from start to finish.
Our Phantom Ranch hiking tour allows you to hike and stay at Grand Canyon’s bottom at the only tourist accommodation below the rim. You can hike, explore, and return to your camp each day. Shady forests, evening campfires, and outstanding stargazing are a welcome treat on the Canyon’s mile-high rims. Our basecamp hiking tours are perfect for the summer months when temperatures in the bottom of Grand Canyon reach the triple digits. These hiking tours include use of day pack, trekking poles, unbelievable meals, park entrance fees, transportation to/from the park via Flagstaff, AZ, and a professional, knowledgeable Grand Canyon guide. Whether you’re looking for an afternoon jaunt at the South Rim, a full-day excursion at the North Rim, or a week-long tour from rim to rim, we’ve got you covered.
We specialize in taking our clients to the best spots in the Grand Canyon. We are proud to have friendly, experienced guides, great food, and provide our customers with the best equipment and gear. We are also members of several environmental groups and do everything we can to protect the Grand Canyon as well as our Earth. A wide range of options exist for guided hiking at Grand Canyon National Park.