Grand Canyon has 77 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.4 to 32.6 miles in length. The most popular trails are Bright Angel Trail, North Kaibab Trail and South Kaibab Trail to Bright Angel Campground. Trails.com member Joshua M. recently completed Bright Angel Trail.
Bright Angel TrailView Trail Details
Grand Canyon, AZ
In addition to offering the most convenient access to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, the Bright Angel Trail is also one of the most popular ...
South Kaibab Trail to Bright Angel CampgroundView Trail Details
A backpack of two or more days, following one of the most popular trails in the Grand Canyon.
Bright Angel Trail to Bright Angel CampgroundView Trail Details
A very scenic two- to four- day backpack along the Grand Canyon’s most popular trail.
North Kaibab TrailView Trail Details
The North Rim of the Grand Canyon forms an alluring backdrop to vistas from the South Rim. Its fringe of tall conifers holds the promise of a ...
Grandview Point to Horseshoe MesaView Trail Details
A rewarding day hike or backpack to a wooded mesa below the South Rim. Wooded mesas are common in the mid to upper reaches of the Inner Canyon, ...
South Kaibab Trail to Cedar RidgeView Trail Details
A view-packed half-day out-and-back hike below the South Rim follows one of the most popular—and more challenging— trails in the Grand Canyon. ...
Tanner TrailView Trail Details
A rigorous rim-to-river backpack of three or more days, following one of the South Rim’s more difficult trails.
New Hance TrailView Trail Details
A rigorous rim-to-river backpack of three or more days, following the South Rim’s most difficult trail.
Tonto Trail–Grandview Point to South Kaibab TrailheadView Trail Details
A rigorous point-to-point backpack of four to five days; recommended for experienced Grand Canyon backpackers only.
Shoshone PointView Trail Details
An easy day hike to a glorious South Rim viewpoint. No Camping is permitted. The picnic area at the road’s end is an occasionally popular spot ...
Dripping SpringsView Trail Details
For a moderately easy introduction to the world below the rim of the Grand Canyon, this 3-mile-long trail to Dripping Springs offers both spectacular ...
Rim TrailView Trail Details
The scenic Rim Trail is arguably Grand Canyon National Park’s finest easy day hike. Nowhere else in the park do Grand Canyon vistas unfold in ...
South Bass TrailView Trail Details
A memorable rim-to-river backpack of three to four days, tracing a historic trail from the westernmost South Rim trailhead in the park.
Cape FinalView Trail Details
A short but rewarding plateau-top day hike or overnighter on the North Rim. This trail offers the greatest rewards for the smallest investment ...
An easy out-and-back day hike leads to a glorious South Rim viewpoint.
Grandview Trail LoopView Trail Details
A three- to four- day backpack below the South Rim, tracing a segment of the Tonto Trail.
Thunder River and Tapeats CreekView Trail Details
A rigorous but very rewarding rim-to-river backpack of four or more days; for experienced Grand Canyon hikers only.
Hermits Rest to Dripping SpringsView Trail Details
A rewarding day hike below the South Rim leading to an aptly named spring. From March 1 through November 30, Hermit Road is closed to private ...
Hermits Rest to Santa Maria SpringView Trail Details
A more challenging, but rewarding day hike traverses below the western reaches of the South Rim. From Mar 1 through Nov 30, Hermit Road is closed ...
Boucher Creek to Hermit Creek LoopView Trail Details
A demanding loop trip of three to four days, tracing one of the most difficult South Rim trails. Although the trail is generally easy to follow, ...
Deer CreekView Trail Details
A rigorous rim-to-river backpack of four or more days; for experienced Grand Canyon hikers only.
Widforss TrailView Trail Details
Accessing a highly scenic point on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, the Widforss Trail is named in honor of Gunnar Widforss, an artist who ...
South Bass Trail to Hermit TrailView Trail Details
The Tonto Trail winds for over 70 miles along the Tonto Plateau through the eastern Grand Canyon. This hike covers the remote western half of ...
Tanner Trail to Kaibab TrailView Trail Details
This hike initially descends into the eastern section of the Grand Canyon, where the geology is strikingly different from the central Grand Canyon. ...
Bright Angel Trail to Mile-and-a-Half ResthouseView Trail Details
A very scenic half-day out-and-back hike travels below the South Rim along the Grand Canyon’s most popular trail.