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  • Over 270 miles long and more than 6,000 feet deep, the Grand Canyon in Arizona houses countless layers of rock formations that tell a story two billion years in the making. Instead of marveling at its beauty for only several hours like most visitors, why not go on a trek that takes you right across it? The four-day Rim-to-Rim trail shows you the Grand Canyon as a geological phenomenon offering a record of three of the four eras of geological time. Apart from walking through steep-walled canyons rising above the incising Colorado River, catch glimpses of rare and endangered species, and enjoy sunsets from the plateaus. Don’t forget to stargaze—the park is a designated International Dark Sky Park!

    • Meet your guide in (usually in Flagstaff) and drive to the North rim of the Grand Canyon. Hike for almost 7 miles (11km) through dense conifer forests on the North Rim and Sonoran Desert inside the Canyon. While en route, you’ll also pass by the Redwall Limestone and Sonoran Desert, past Redwall limestone and Roaring Springs, a rushing cascade tumbling from the canyon walls. Reach Cottonwood Campground and make camp for the night.

      Bridge across a ravine on the Kaibab Trail below the North Rim deep in the Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona.
    • Break camp and hike another 7 miles (11km) down to Bright Angel Campground, including a side hike to Ribbon Falls. The camp sits at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, adjacent to the Colorado River and the historic Phantom Ranch, built in the 1930s. There’s a plethora of side canyons waiting to be explored, but if you feel like taking it easy, sit by the river watching rafts passing by.

      Waterfall cascading over the rocky rim of the Bright Angel Canyon into the mossy green oasis of Ribbon Falls deep in the desert wilderness of the Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA.
    • Pack up and make an early departure for the Bright Angel Trail. Proceed along the Colorado River and up Pipe Creek until you reach the Garden Creek. From there, hike upstream to Havasupai Gardens and as you arrive there, set up camp for the night. On your last night in the Grand Canyon, you’ll hike to Plateau Point, enjoying the sunset and one of the most unique viewpoints you’ll ever experience.

      Sunset Lights Up a Plateau in the Grand Canyon in Arizona from the South Rim
    • Enjoy your final breakfast in the Grand Canyon before continuing the scenic ascent to the South Rim via the Bright Angel Trail. Exit the Grand Canyon and take a drive back to Flagstaff or other location you agreed upon with your guide.

      Please keep in mind, despite best efforts to stick to a set itinerary, plans can occasionally change based on temporary access restrictions, weather, lodging/campground availability, guest ability/injury, natural events like fires and flooding, and other potential causes.

      South Rim Grand Canyon before sunset, Arizona, US
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