Grand Canyon UTV Tours to the Top!

Prior to the modern highway system and even the Grand Canyon Railway, In the 1890's guest traveling to Grand Canyon would board the stage coach out of Flagstaff to begin their 13 hour trip to what is now known as Grand View Point on the South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park.

Just as the Stagecoach entered the National Park, so will we. This means no lines, no crowds, no waits. The original entrance station and outhouse are still there at this historic entrance. Traveling from Williams to Grand Canyon National Park you might feel like you are on a Safari. Traveling through open plains we often see heard's of Elk, Deer, and Javalina (wild pig) along with the snow covered mountain top of the San Francisco Peaks. Mount Humphrey's at 12,636 in elevation is the highest point in Arizona and offers breath taking views. Climbing in elevation we enter into the Kaibab Ponderosa Forest, the largest Ponderosa Forest in North America til we reach the Arizona Trail Head and the highest point of the Kaibab Forest. Here bathrooms are available. And F.Y.I. there are plenty of trees and bushes along the way too. A short break, then 5 minutes down the road we are in Grand Canyon National Park arriving to one of the more beautiful overlooks away from the crowds for lunch and relaxation right on the Canyon edge. If this is your first time you will now understand that no picture you've seen can do for you what you are seeing front and center. We will spend up to an hour and half here before turning back!

Stagecoach to Grandview Point in the 1800's

Mount Humphrey's at 12,636 in elevation

General Tour Information

Grand Canyon UTV Tour

Ride Available Monday - Saturday, March – November

4-seat UTVs $699

Driver minimum age: 25

Minimum age to take a tour: 6 years old

Must Arrive at 8:30 A.M. Ready to Go! We must confirm Booking, Paperwork, etc.

We depart Williams for a 2.5 - 3.0 hour trip through the Beautiful Kaibab Forest to arrive at the Grand Canyon.

Break for Lunch and Bathrooms at the Arizona Trail.

Then enter into Grand Canyon National Park and spend an hour on the Rim before returning back. 

There will be plenty of cold water along the way and you are welcome to bring personal drinks. Each UTV will have its own ice chest.

We supply you with Goggles for eye protection.

Be sure to bring extra clothing for the elements. We could leave on a beautiful sunny morning and return with clouds and rain. Rain gear, poncho's, gloves, and warmer clothing is recommended in case needed.

We supply you with Goggles for eye protection.

And most of all, bring a camera!

What Others Are Saying About Grandview Point...

Very interesting viewpoint
"This is one of the 'must see' stops as you head east along the south rim. Very interesting - very educational - great view of the canyon."

Grand Indeed
"Grandview Point is one among many great views of the Grand Canyon. Can't miss this one if you're in the park."

"You'd think, after you've seen a few overlooks, the Grand Canyon would start looking the same. NOPE. Always something new, the light and shadow offers extra highlights and changes the landscape moment to moment, and every view is worth taking the time to visit. This one's a BIG must."

True to it's name, a Grand View
"All of the viewpoints in Grand Canyon NP are amazing, but this is one of the best. A must see when you are in this NP."

One of our favorite viewpoints
"I would have to say that this was one of our favorite places on our drive along the south rim. A lot of photo ops and a place that just made you want to sit and take it all in. We were not in a hurry to leave"

A different way to see the Grand Canyon
"Grandview Point view is almost like looking down the length of the canyon instead of across it. It is an amazing view."

Amazing Views!
"This was one of our favorite viewpoints, and we really enjoyed the views from here and the pictures we got from this point. Well worth a stop!"

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