Grand Canyon National Park Motorcycle Rental & Tours

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Grand Canyon motorcycle trips are a particularly amazing experience, with the red rock landscapes, deserts, forests and an untold amount of sights, both historic and geological.

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Grand Canyon Tour and Travel

  • Explore Grand Canyon on a scenic motorcycle tour
  • Desert View Drive takes you along the South Rim of the canyon with amazing overlooks
  • Adventure into Navajo country on the Monument Valley scenic drive
  • Cape Royal Road takes you to Cape Royal and along the highest vantage point in the park

Where can I go Motorcycling?

Desert View Drive
There are a number of places to stop along the way on Desert View Drive so you can marvel at some of the most incredible views of the Grand Canyon. At Desert View you must not miss the Desert View Watchtower.

  • Directions: Begin this drive just a mile east of Grand Canyon Village on the South Rim.
  • Distance/Time: From Grand Canyon Village to Desert View is 25 miles (four hours)
  • Road Conditions: Paved highway

Grand Canyon Scenic Circle
Enjoy the many scenic wonders of both Arizona and Grand Canyon. There are many attractions along the way where you’ll simply have to stop for a time. The opportunities for outdoor recreation are abundant along this road.

  • Directions: Start on Highway 89A from Prescott to Flagstaff, then Highway 180 right to the Grand Canyon.
  • Distance/Time: From Prescott, Arizona to Grand Canyon Village is 169 miles (3 hours and 51 minutes)
  • Road Conditions: Paved highway

Hermit Road
This scenic drive is entirely inside Grand Canyon National Park. Stop at Hopi Point for incredible views, and end at Hermits Rest where you can have a snack and enjoy more views.

  • Directions: Embark on Hermit Road just west of Grand Canyon Village off Village Loop Road.
  • Distance/Time: From Grand Canyon Village to Hermits Rest is 7 miles (about 4 hours if stopping at viewpoints along the way)
  • Road Conditions: Paved road

Highway 89
This highway trip takes you by a number of historic sites, through pine forests and past the gorgeous scenery only available in Arizona’s special landscapes.

  • Directions: From Flagstaff, Arizona, take Highway 89 directly to Kanab, Utah.
  • Distance/Time: This trip is 201 miles (3 hours and 45 minutes)
  • Road Conditions: Paved highway

Monument Valley
Travel through the land of the Navajo and witness their special places. Visit Rain God Mesa and other buttes, mesas and spires.

  • Directions: Take US Highway 163 to the end of the paved road. Follow this in a loop.
  • Distance/Time: This road is 17 miles long and takes 2 to 3 hours to drive.
  • Road Conditions: Dirt road

The North Rim Parkway
Drive across the Kaibab Plateau and enjoy the scent of the ponderosa pine forests. You’ll enter Grand Canyon National Park at the north entrance and head right to North Rim Village and spectacular views of the canyon.

  • Directions: Start at Jacob Lake and follow Highway 67 into Grand Canyon National Park.
  • Distance/Time: This is a 43-mile drive and takes about an hour to drive.
  • Road Conditions: Paved highway

Cape Royal Road
Stop along the northern rim for views of Grand Canyon that you can get no place else. The Cape Royal Road travels one of the highest vantage points in the park.

  • Directions: Just north of Grand Canyon Lodge on the north rim, the road branches off of Highway 67 (or the main park entrance road) to Cape Royal.
  • Distance/Time: This route is 19.7 miles and takes about 30 minutes to drive.
  • Road Conditions: Paved road

I am looking for a Motorcycle guide

Grand Canyon motorcycle tours are a unique experience with a knowledgeable guide. Explore the listings on this page to find a motorcycle tour guide that fits your needs. You’ll also find plenty of shops selling motorcycle gear, and even repair shops should you need them.