Grand Canyon National Park ATV Trails, Jeep Rentals, Offroad & 4x4

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Grand Canyon ATV riding provides an up-close view of the many famous sights at this wondrous national park and within the surrounding forests, including the expansive overlooks and fascinating wildlife.

  • Many roads and trails await you around Grand Canyon
  • Watch for wildlife when driving to Grandview Lookout
  • The Hull Cabin Trail takes you to a beautiful forest setting
  • Drive to Timp Point for the ideal remote spot
  • Point Sublime is a challenge to reach but worth the time and effort

Where can I go ATV Offroad?

Grandview Lookout
Description: This Grand Canyon offroad trail takes you through lovely forest teeming with wildlife. Located adjacent to the national park, you’ll not only have a wonderful time away from the crowds, but you’ll have the opportunity to climb the Grandview Tower for a view of Grand Canyon in the distance.

  • Distance: 25.1 miles
  • Average Time: 2 to 2.5 hours
  • Elevation Gain: Minimal
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Trail Type: Point to point gravel road
  • Directions: When entering Tusayan, Arizona from the south, turn right on FS 302, then after you’ve driven 2.7 miles, make a left on FS 303.
  • Notes: When wet, you will most certainly only be able to navigate this road with a four-wheel or high clearance vehicle.

Hull Cabin Trail
Description: Of all Grand Canyon ATV trails, this is the only one that takes you down the side of the Coconino Rim, and provides a visit to a lovely setting of cabins and a barn in the wilderness. It’s a perfect place for some forest photos.

  • Distance: 13.7 miles
  • Average Time: 1 hour
  • Elevation Gain: Minimal
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Trail Type Point to point dirt road
  • Directions: When entering Tusayan, Arizona from the south, turn right on FS 302, following that until you reach a “T” with FS 310. Turn left and go until you reach FS 307 and turn right to Hulls Cabin.
  • Notes: Beware of water crossings, ruts and rocks on this road.

Coconino Rim Trail
Description: Here you’ll be moving through the Kaibab National Forest along the Coconino Rim, and into the Navajo Nation. Wildlife is abundant and you will likely see elk, deer, antelope and much more.

  • Distance: 21 miles
  • Average Time: 2.5 hours
  • Elevation Gain: Minimal
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Trail Type: Point to point rough road surface
  • Directions: You’ll find Coconino Rim Trail begins at Grandview Lookout, close to where FS 302 and FS 310 meet.
  • Notes: Any high-clearance vehicles can navigate this road. Expect mud, sand and 6 inch rocks.

Timp Point
Description: If you love a remote setting, this road will provide just that. You’ll also discover wonderful views of the Grand Canyon.

  • Distance: 41.7 miles if continuing on to Fire Point
  • Average Time: 6 to 8 hours
  • Elevation Gain: Minimal
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Trail Type: Different options on access, but mainly gravel and well-maintained roads
  • Directions: Take FR 22 west from DeMotte Campground, to the junction with FR 206. Go south on 206 to FR 271. Turn southwest to Timp Point.
  • Notes: Be aware that if you continue on to Fire Point, the last part of the road is deeply rutted and not maintained.

Point Sublime
Description: You won’t find more spectacular views than you’ll get at Point Sublime. Get a permit and do some overnight camping here, too.

  • Distance: 36 miles
  • Average Time: 3 to 4 hours
  • Elevation Gain: Minimal
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Trail Type: Out and back dirt road
  • Directions: Point Sublime Road is off of Highway 67 after you enter Grand Canyon National Park. Head west to Widforss Point and keep going for 17 miles.
  • Notes: You’ll find a variety of terrain, so be prepared. High clearance is a necessity.

I am looking for an ATV Offroad guide

Browsing the listings on this page for Grand Canyon ATV Rentals and outfitters will give you the advantage of locating the best equipment and experienced guides to take you on the perfect offroad getaway. You’ll have everything taken care of for you, and won’t have to worry about trying to find your way.


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