Wildland Trekking guided Grand Canyon hiking and backpacking tours are adventurous, fun, convenient ways to explore and discover Grand Canyon National Park. Hike with our expert Grand Canyon hiking guides, enjoy exceptional cuisine, use top-of-the-line gear, and experience the best of the Grand Canyon!
Our Grand Canyon hiking tours include guided Grand Canyon backpacking trips, horse-supported trips, basecamp hiking tours, inn-based hiking tours, and day hike tours. All Grand Canyon hikes are all-inclusive with local transportation, meals, gear, permits, and professional guides!
|South Kaibab Trail||5-7 hours||3-6mi (5-10km)||10 lbs|
|Bright Angel Trail||5-7 hours||3-10mi (5-16km)||10 lbs|
|Grandview Trail||6-8 hours||3-6mi (5-10km)||10 lbs|
|Tanner Trail||6-8 hours||4-7mi (6-11km)||10 lbs|
|South Kaibab-Bright Angel Loop||3-4 days||17mi (27km)||25-35 lbs|
|Grand Canyon Rim to Rim||4 days||24mi (39km)||25-35 lbs|
|Bright Angel to Indian Garden||3 days||15+mi (24+km)||25-35 lbs|
|Grandview Trail to Horseshoe Mesa||3 days||14mi (23km)||25-35 lbs|
|Hermit - Bright Angel Loop||4-5 days||29mi (47km)||30-40 lbs|
|Grandview Trail Trek||3-5 days||27+mi (43+km)||30-40 lbs|
|Winter Rim to Rim||5-6 days||44mi (71km)||30-40 lbs|
|New Hance Trail Loop||4-5 days||23mi (37km)||30-40 lbs|
|Thunder River - Deer Creek||6 days||28mi (45km)||30-40 lbs|
|North Bass to South Bass||6 days||21mi (34km)||40-45 lbs|
|Tanner-Escalante Route||4-6 days||29+mi (47+km)||30-45 lbs|
|Kanab Creek to Colorado River||7 days||45mi (72km)||35-45 lbs|
|Phantom Ranch Tour||2-3 days||17mi (27km)||10 lbs|
Grand Canyon National Park offers a wealth of hiking and backpacking trips, and is only truly accessible by hiking, horseback, or rafting. Most visitors stand on the rim, stare down into the Canyon, snap some photos, visit a gift shop or two, eat at the cafeteria and then leave. If only they knew what they're missing! The Grand Canyon is rich with remote treasures: oases, waterfalls, wildlife, beaches along the Colorado River, a plethora of different expansive views, cliff-top campsites, and an endless sense of spaciousness. On a hiking trip you're able to discover these intimate details and also understand the magnitude of the world's most famous canyon.
So you've decided to hike the Grand Canyon with Wildland Trekking - now, which trip type should you do? Backpacking trips are for people who want to challenge themselves and/or want to have a remote experience of the wilder side of the canyon. Our horse-assisted hike is for folks who want to get to the bottom of the Canyon, spend a couple nights exploring, and want to hike with a light day pack. Inn-based hiking tours are for guests who want to have an all-around hiking experience of the Grand Canyon and live it up at night with comfortable accommodations and wonderful meals. And our basecamp tours offer rim-based hiking and camping packages with access to showers, cold drinks, cool night/morning temperatures, and fantastic outdoor cooking.
Many people hike the Grand Canyon on their own, and many go with a guide. The advantage of joining a guided tour, like Wildland Trekking's, are many: