Kaibab Rim Route Shuttle Bus
Now In Service
50 Minutes Round-trip
(without getting off the bus)
Fall 2018 Bus Schedule
First bus to Yaki Point leaves at 5 am
Early morning buses leave at 5:20, 5:40, 6, and 6:20 am
Buses leave every 13-20 minutes from 6:20 am - 5:55 pm
Last bus to Yaki Point leaves at 6:55 pm in September, 6:10 pm in October, and 5:55 pm in November.
This route and the morning Hiker's Express shuttle bus offer the only motorized access to South Kaibab Trailhead.
The Kaibab/Rim Route provides excellent walking and cycling opportunities via the Rim and Greenway trails – be aware of ice and snow during the winter months along these trails.
Yaki Point is an excellent place to view the sunrise and sunset. Please refer to the loop diagram below, along with the South Rim Pocket Map and Services Guide, (shown below the route diagram below) for more information on this scenic route.
Points of Interest
Points of interest are also shown below on the South Rim Pocket Map and Services Guide. When you enter the park, you will receive a paper copy of this map.
Possible Itineraries Along This Route:
Beautiful Views, Ecology and So Much More
Discover the Canyon's Geologic Story
Pedal Along the Canyon Rim
When walking or cycling at the Grand Canyon, make sure to take your time and carry food and water with you. The South Rim of Grand Canyon averages 7,000 feet / 2,134 meters above sea level. Visitors with respiratory or heart problems may experience difficulties. Exercising at this elevation can be strenuous.
Last updated: September 8, 2018