Bicycling The Grand Canyon
New: Tusayan Greenway – avoid the line at the gate and enjoy a 6.5 mile ride (55 minutes) from Tusayan to the main Visitor Center. Get your park entrance pass at one of Tusayan Park and Ride locations prior to peddling off.
Once inside the park you can continue riding through over 30 miles of paved trails. Tired of biking our shuttle busses are equipped with 2-3 capacity bicycle racks.
Biking your way through the Grand Canyon? There are bicycle/backpack sites at Mather Campground (South Rim) and at the North Rim Campground (North Rim). You can hike your way through the Canyon and have your bike Shuttled from South to North or North to South click here to find out how. Note no bicycles allowed below the Rim.
Mountain Biking trails are also located in the Kaibab National Forrest – just off the new Tusayan Greenway trail. There are 3 Tusayan Bike Trails that are open March – October. Trail #1 is 3.7 miles, Trail #2 is 10.2 miles and Trail #3 is 11.2 miles round trip. Also just located outside the South Rim boundaries is the Coconino Rim Trail which is 9.1 miles one way.
Looking to tour the Grand Canyon on two wheels? Bright Angel Bicycles offers guided tours and bike rentals. They are conviently located next to the Main Visitor Center.
Grand Canyon Bicycle Tours
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The Grand Canyon offers some outstanding opportunities for biking. From the Park’s forested greenways to our shuttle route which gives you access to a restricted area of the park where vehicle traffic is prohibited, there is something for everyone.
We provide quality bikes for rent and we equip you with all the safety equipment and maps required to help you have a memorable, enjoyable experience. The park boasts dozens of scenic outlooks which can never all be taken in by car as there is simply not enough parking for most people to stop. Take in the Grand Canyon at a slower more enjoyable pace and Ride the Rim!
Phone: 928-638-3055 | Reservation: 928-679-0992