North Rim Tours
While you won't find many ground, air or helicopter tours direct to the North Rim itself, you certainly have some good alternatives. First, you can take a Grand Canyon shuttle from Flagstaff or the South Rim, priced ranging from $158 - $200 per person each way. There is also a multi-day tour that includes the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park on a Grand Circle excursion to 8 National Parks and monument. Third, of course you can always reach the North Rim on foot; hire a professional guide to lead you on a Rim-to-Rim (or Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim) backpacking trip that you'll never forget.
The next two tours aren't destined for the North Rim of the Park, but they're certainly worth mentioning. Take a multi-day river rafting trip down the Colorado River from Lees Ferry/Marble Canyon, which is near the North Rim, and navigate the Upper Canyon. And finally, there is a 30-minute air tour from Las Vegas to Bar-10 Ranch, a decidedly remote 'off-the-grid' vacation lodge and ranch located on the Arizona Strip outside the National Park but only 9 miles from that portion of the North Rim, located 80 unpaved miles from St. George, UT.
1. Air Tour To The North Rim
2. Air Tours From Las Vegas
GRAND CANYON'S NEAREST AIRPORTS
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PLANES, TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES
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LAS VEGAS HOTELS
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WEST RIM SKYWALK TOURS
Venture out to Grand Canyon West by helicopter, airplane or bus; take a walk on the glass Grand Canyon Skywalk. See All West Rim Tours »