Grand Canyon North Rim| Camping

Hidden in the depths of the Kaibab National Forest, the old Arizona Trail creates a unique gateway to the natural grandeur of the Grand Canyon. Lined with wildflowers, the trail takes us through ponderosa forests and shimmering aspen groves en route to an unspoiled panorama of the East view of the Grand Canyon, a place few have witnessed.

Highlights

  • The Rainbow Rim Trail, most scenic mountain bike paths in the world.
  • We explore 36 miles of remote forested singletrack stretching between spectacular canyon overlooks.

Details

TypeMountain bike
Duration 5 days
LevelModerate
SupportGuided
Daily distance12 – 25 mi
Total distance 145 mi
Group sizemin. 6 max. 13
LodgingCamping
BicycleNot included
MonthMay, June, July, August, September, October
StartSt. George
FinishSt. George
States or countryArizona
Airport startLas Vegas McCarran Int. Airport (LAS)
Airport finishLas Vegas McCarran Int. Airport (LAS)

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