DoubleTree by Hilton
5 Days $2699View Dates & Prices
This rim to rim Grand Canyon hiking tour is a bucket list national park adventure for active travelers. It’s the chance to conquer one of the classic hikes in North America, spend two nights in the depths of the canyon at legendary Phantom Ranch and explore the trails and sights along both rims of this wondrous national park.
The adventure begins with a visit to Marble Canyon and Point Imperial Overlook, arguably the most impressive panoramic view of Grand Canyon National Park. A restful night of lodging on the North Rim prepares us for the invigorating hike into the canyon on the North Kaibab Trail. On the trail, our senses are treated to mind-boggling panoramic vistas, gushing springs and trickling creeks as we descend into the Inner Gorge and eventually arrive at Phantom Ranch. This peaceful retreat in the heart of the park will be our oasis for the next two nights, allowing for a day to relax or explore the Colorado River and surrounding areas. We then lace up our hiking shoes for the trek up the Bright Angel Trail to the South Rim, which will provide moments of awe and reflection while challenging us with a seemingly endless climb to the finish. This impressive feat culminates with a well-earned celebratory group dinner on the South Rim. The final day of this 5-day Grand Canyon hiking tour is your choice and you can spend the day hiking, biking or sightseeing on the bustling South Rim before returning to Flagstaff.
Per person based on double occupancy
Additional Cost: $20 Grand Canyon National Park entrance fee
Single Supplement: $200
Extremely limited space available on most 2021 departures.
Please call 800-346-6277 to check availability and/or add yourself to our waitlist.
O.A.R.S. Grand Canyon, Inc. is a commercial permit holder in Grand Canyon National Park
We respect and recognize that many of the river canyons, national forests, BLM and state lands, as well as national parks where we operate are the ancestral homes of many indigenous communities. In Arizona, where we run Grand Canyon trips, we recognize the native lands of the Diné, Hopi, Zuni, Hualapai, Havasupai, and Paiute tribes.