Grand Canyon North Rim Tour

DurationDuration 6-8 hrs
DirectionTour Directions 1
tour Tour Stops 20


Enjoy peaceful hiking trails and serene sightseeing at the Grand Canyon North Rim. This less-visited, but no-less-interesting section of Grand Canyon National Parks sees just 1/10th the visitors of the South Rim. However, there’s no shortage of things to do. You’ll get beautiful Grand Canyon views without the crowds. Sounds like a win, win.

Here are just a few of the fun things you can do on the tour!

• Explore the town of Kanab, Utah
• Take in views at Point Imperial
• Visit stops along Cape Royal Road
• Hike Point Sublime Trail
• Stop by Grand Canyon Inn and North Rim Visitor Center


*The Grand Canyon North Rim is closed from Mid-October through Mid-May.*
Recommended Start Time: 8:00 a.m.
Tour Starting Point(s): Marble Canyon, AZ, Pipe Springs National Monument and Kanab, Utah
Time to complete: 6-8 hours

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Tour Stops

Preview Audio

Grand Canyon North Rim Introduction: Bitter Springs
On to Fredonia!
Jacob Lake Lookout Tower

Tour Route

Tour FAQs

This tour has 21 stops. Check out the itinerary here for a complete list of stops and if you’re looking for more information to help plan your trip, here’s what you need to know before you go

  • Headphones 
  • Car Charger- Very important!
  • Layered Clothing - Easy on and off layers are a must for changing canyon temperatures.
  • Refillable Water Bottles
  • Hiking/Walking Sticks
  • Good Shoes/Boots
  • Crampons/Spikes - Trails may be icy, even in the Spring.
  • Blacklight - Bring one if you want to spot the scorpions that live in the canyon.
  • Sunscreen
  • Snacks
  • Hats/Sunglasses
  • Camera/Phone Cleanser - The bottom of the canyon can be very dusty.
  • $10 per person: Snacks
  • $10-15 per person: Lunch
  • $20-30 per person: Dinner
  • $35.00 per vehicle: Grand Canyon Weekly Park Pass

Many Grand Canyon shops and attractions close by 5:00 pm - check hours of operation in advance.

No - the park is open from May 15 through October 15. It is completely closed and not accessible in the winter and early spring.

Yes! Feel free to join the tour along the route. Just make sure that you follow the numbers in chronological order from where you are starting from.  If you don’t begin at one of the tour starting points you’ll miss a few stories, but you’ll still have a great experience. 

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