Grand Canyon offers hiking for every skill level, from a rim-side stroll to a demanding hike below the rim on wilderness trails. No two trails are alike. Each has its own merits, obstacles, challenges and colorful history.
Interested in an educational guided hiking trip or tour of this famous chasm? The Grand Canyon Association Field Institute offers everything from single-day hiking classes and tours to multi-day backpacks & treks, to river rafting.
To learn more about the trails at Grand Canyon, including tips for hiking in the extreme conditions found in the park, visit the National Park Service’s Plan Your Visit web pages.
Hiking and backpacking information is also available through the Grand Canyon Association’s Online Bookstore or by calling (800) 858-2808, extension 7030.