Our Leading Grand Canyon Adventures
Going on a trek through the Grand Canyon and surrounding areas can provide you insight and experiences unmatched by most other common tour packages. But before signing on to the trek of a lifetime, you might be wondering what’s in store for you.
As one of the leading Grand Canyon adventure companies, the tour packages from Discovery Treks offer a little something for everyone. Below you’ll find a few of the most exciting and informative tours we have.
Grand Canyon Rim-to-Rim
A rim-to-rim backpacking trek is one of the best ways to see everything the Grand Canyon National Park has to offer. Start out from the North Rim and Kaibab Trail and head through the desert landscape, passing by Phantom Ranch and the Colorado River then trekking to Bright Angel Trail on the South Rim. You’ll be astonished at the scenic sights in store for you on this Grand Canyon adventure.
Hermit to Bright Angel Loop
Looking for a little more solitude on your Grand Canyon adventure? Hiking the Hermit to Bright Angel Loop is a great way to experience some of the more spectacular views the canyon has to offer, while still feeling lost in nature. The four-day hike covers a total of 30 miles, so don’t be surprised if it takes you a while to set a comfortable pace. On this adventure, you’ll be descending rocky trails and skirting some of the more remote areas of the Colorado River, such as Granite Rapids and Hermit Creek.
Sedona Red Rock Hike & Dine
Want to do something a little different? Embarking upon a day hike of the Sedona Red Rock District is a great way to take in the spectacular red sandstone features of the area. You’ll also get a glimpse of the famous vortexes, rock sculptures thought by many to be centers of cosmic energy. After exploring for a few hours, sit down and grab a bit to eat while marveling at your surroundings.
Let Discovery Treks take you on a Grand Canyon adventure!
Feeling adventurous? We sure are, so contact Discovery Treks today to learn more about our wilderness-certified guided tours. You can also visit us online to take a look at our Grand Canyon adventure log.