Grand Canyon Tours from Flagstaff
Flagstaff, Arizona is a vibrant small city with a college and ski town feel just a short drive from the Grand Canyon. Most of the Arizona tours to the Grand Canyon come out of Flagstaff as it is the biggest major city near the Grand Canyon. From dining to outdoor hikes, Flagstaff is a wonderful place to being you Grand Canyon adventure!
Wildland Trekking Company
Join our 2 to 8-day backcountry tours, with gourmet food and quality gear served up by the most experienced, knowledgeable guides with 20 yrs experience in adventure travel.
Grand Rails Tour from Flagstaff or Phoenix
Canyoneers - The ultimate getaway! Spectacular scenery, side canyon hikes, ancient Indian ruins, splendid waterfalls, gourmet meals, and top notch guides. Canyoneers does it best!
Pygmy Guides â€“ Hit the trails of Grand Canyon National Park for 1-5 days of fun for everyone. Waterfalls, ancient ruins, pictographs, wildlife and more await below the rim.
Flagstaff is a major jumping-off place for tours to the Grand Canyon South Rim and Colorado River rafting trips. Located just 90 minutes from the South Rim, Flagstaff's nostalgic Route 66 history and modern college-town vibe come together to give visitors a cozy, urban respite in Northern Arizona's high country.
Sedona Real Inn and Suites
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Best Things to Do
Grand Canyon River RaftingRafting the Grand Canyon in Arizona is truly the adventure of a lifetime. [more...]
Grand Canyon Hiking & CampingHiking is wonderful way to experience the canyon’s rich natural beauty and immense size. [more...]
Grand Canyon Helicopter ToursFrom the air the Grand Canyon is more than just a sight to see. [more...]
Grand Canyon RailwayTravel the historic rail line to the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon. [more...]
Visitor Centers & AttractionsNational Park visitor centers and tourist attractions outside the park offer activities and family-friendly experiences to complement your Grand Canyon visit [more...]
- When and Where to See Fall Leaves in Arizona
October 05, 2012
In the fall, shorter days plus cooling temperatures in Arizona's higher elevations turn the state's mountains and meadows into a technicolor show of yellow, brown, and coral. But the leaf-peeping season is a short one, so here's a quick list and a handy map of when and where to capture the beauty of fall leaves [...]
- Grand Canyon River Rafting: Musts and Misconceptions
September 24, 2012
Just as the aspen of northern Arizona are starting to transform into flickering columns of golden light, and children everywhere are picking out their Halloween costumes, Grand Canyon river rafting outfitters are already preparing for the spring and summer rafting season to begin, not only 4-6 months from now, but also f...
- Hiking Guide: Grand Canyon Rim to Rim
August 21, 2012
The rim-to-rim Grand Canyon hike has been described as one of the best day hikes in the world. However, even if you're able to do it in a day, it's better to take your time and enjoy the experience. While the National Park Service's official stance strongly advises against undertaking a rim to rim in [...]