Grand Canyon Park Activities and Ranger Programs

In addition to the Grand Canyon's many historical sites, Native American ruins and museums, there are also guided hikes and tours given by park rangers. Ranger programs are free, and cover subjects like the Grand Canyon's geology, fossils, and Native American cultures, as well as the plants and animals that make this place so special.

The Grand Canyon Field Institute also offers educational tours, which combine the excitement of hiking, backpacking, camping and whitewater rafting with topics like ecology, geology and archaeology.

Have kids? Then explore the Junior Ranger Program

Ranger Program Schedule



Grand Rim Adventure: Explore With Us

Group of people taking a tour at the Grand Canyon

Available: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday
Starts: 8 a.m.
Duration: 4 hours
Price: $55 (plus tax)

Get more out of your Park visit with this fun & activity-filled exploration!

It’s hard to imagine a better destination than Grand Canyon for the adventurous traveler: big views, amazing rocks, intriguing plants and animals, and a rich Native American story. On a fun-filled walk along the rim, our staff will share the many wonders of the world’s most famous chasm.


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