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RIDE THE PARK'S FREE SHUTTLE BUSES AND SAVE FUEL !
Grand Canyon National Park's free shuttle buses operate in and around the South Rim. Village. No tickets are required, and bus stops are clearly marked throughout the park by signs.

 
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South Rim Transit Map

Fall 2014 (Sept. 6 through Nov. 30, 2014)
South Rim Village Transit Map
(2.8 MB PDF File) letter-size paper (4 pages)

as one large page 22.5" x 17"
(1.8 MB PDF file)
 

Taxi Service
Xanterra South Rim operates a taxi service between Grand Canyon Airport, the hotels and businesses in Tusayan, AZ (7 miles / 11 km south) and Grand Canyon Village. 928-638-2822



Bus Service

Greyhound Bus Lines (800) 231-2222 - offers scheduled service daily from Flagstaff and Williams to points nationwide. 928-774-4573 (Flagstaff Greyhound office)

Scheduled service between Phoenix and Flagstaff, and between Flagstaff and Williams and Grand Canyon Village is offered daily by Arizona Shuttle (928-225-2290 or 800-563-1980)

On demand shuttle service between Flagstaff/Sedona/Williams and Grand Canyon National Park, and between North and South Rims is provided by Flagstaff Shuttle and Charter (888) 215-3105. Custom itineraries and pickup times may be scheduled at flat or hourly rates

Scheduled Rim-to-Rim Shuttle Service
Available during the North Rim's full-service season
(May 15 through October 15)

Shuttles also run for hikers - after the lodge closes
(October 16 through November 30)

Transit time is approximately 4.5 hours one way.

The Trans-Canyon Shuttle Daily scheduled shuttle service between the North and South rims. Reservations are required. 928-638-2820


The Grand Canyon Shuttle is no longer in business.

 

North Rim
Shuttle available May 15 through Oct. 15, 2014.

Lodge Hiker Shuttle (ends October 15, 2014)
The Grand Canyon Lodge provides shuttle to the North Kaibab trailhead twice daily in the morning at 5:45 and 7:10 a.m. The passenger pick-up is in front of the lodge. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance.

On Demand Shuttle Service
between Flagstaff/Sedona/Williams and Grand Canyon National Park, and between North and South Rims is provided by Flagstaff Shuttle and Charter (888) 215-3105. Custom itineraries and pickup times may be scheduled at flat or hourly rates.

Scheduled Rim-to-Rim Shuttle Service

Available during the North Rim's full-service season
(May 15 through October 15)

Shuttles also run for hikers - after the lodge closes
(October 16 through November 30)

Transit time is approximately 4.5 hours one way.

The Trans-Canyon Shuttle
Daily scheduled shuttle service between the North and South rims.
Reservations are required
. 928-638-2820


The Grand Canyon Shuttle is no longer in business.

Did You Know?

THE INNER GORGE OF THE GRAND CANYON, 1200 feet (366m)

Within the Grand Canyon, the rugged, V-shaped Inner Gorge rises darkly from the Colorado River. The broad shelf above it is the Tonto Platform, which spreads like a green blanket across both sides of the canyon. The Inner Gorge achieves a depth of over 1200 feet (366m)