Grand Canyon Mountain Biking, National Park Bike Rentals & Tours

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Biking & Bike Rentals

Grand Canyon biking offers more than just exercise, with lovely weather in the spring, fall and summer and the incredible scenery of Grand Canyon awaiting you on your adventure.

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  • You’ll enjoy biking in Grand Canyon National Park, with the superior views and family-friendly trails
  • Ride the Greenway Trail around Grand Canyon Village and to some wonderful viewpoints on the south rim
  • Hermit Road is open all year to cyclists
  • Ride Passage #37 of the Arizona Trail to Yaki Point

Where can I go biking?

Greenway Trail
Description: One of the most popular Grand Canyon bike trails, the Greenway is paved with a few small hills. There are some limited canyon views.

  • Distance: 4 miles
  • Average Time: 1 hour
  • Trail Type: One-way paved trail
  • Trailhead: Grand Canyon Village

Hermit Road
Description: This road is open all year for cyclists, but you must give way to buses and shuttles. It’s a very scenic ride, with a number of viewpoints where you can stop and look over Grand Canyon.

  • Distance: 16 miles
  • Average Time: 4 to 5 hours
  • Trail Type: Out and back paved road
  • Trailhead: Grand Canyon Village

Shoshone Point
Description: This is an easy ride, but you should make sure there are no cars parked near the trailhead or you may ride into a private party. Shoshone Point is popular spot for weddings and such, with its panoramic vista.

  • Distance: 2 miles
  • Average Time: 30 minutes
  • Trail Type: Out and back dirt road
  • Trailhead: At Desert View, Grand Canyon

Passage #37 Arizona Trail
Description: Riding from Grandview Point to Yaki Point is an experience not to be missed. This part of the Arizona Trail offers nice riding and takes you right into Grand Canyon National Park.

  • Distance: 23.5 miles
  • Average Time: 6 to 7 hours
  • Trail Type: One-way ride with a variety of terrain
  • Trailhead: At Grandview Lookout Tower about 10 miles east of the Tusayan Ranger Office off of Forest Road 310

Bridle Trail
Description: Bridle Path Trail takes you to the North Kaibab Trailhead, and past amazing sights of the Grand Canyon.

  • Distance: 1.2 miles
  • Average Time: 30 minutes
  • Trail Type: One-way hard-packed dirt trail
  • Trailhead: At Grand Canyon Lodge on the North Rim

Rainbow Rim Trail
Description: You’ll discover some wonderful Grand Canyon mountain biking on the Rainbow Rim Trail, just outside the park. There are five different overlooks along the way so you can enjoy canyon views.

  • Distance: 18 miles
  • Average Time: 5 to 6 hours
  • Trail Type: One-way single track
  • Trailhead: Off of Highway 67 on FR 214 at Parissawampitts Viewpoint

I am looking for a biking guide

Whether searching for the perfect guide for your biking adventure or trying to locate some Grand Canyon bike rentals, you will find everything you need when you explore the listings on this page.