South Rim Shuttle Bus Routes 2016
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This season, free shuttle buses are operating on four routes:
1) Village (Blue) Route - Connects the Visitor Center with lodges, campground, and other facilities.
South Rim Pocket Map and Services Guide
As of December 1, 2015, Grand Canyon National Park discontinued the Grand Canyon Guide newspaper. In place of the newspaper, the South Rim Pocket Map and Services Guide is now being distributed at entrance stations, visitor centers, lodges, campgrounds, stores, and out-of-park locations. Download it here...
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One of the best ways you can experience the South Rim of Grand Canyon in 3 to 4 hours is to combine walking with shuttle bus riding.
Things to know when riding park shuttle buses
Shuttle Bus Etiquette
All of the park's buses are wheelchair accessible, but the park does offer a Scenic Drive Accessibility Permit, which allows entry for visitors with mobility issues to some areas closed to public traffic. The permit is available at entrance gates and National Park Service visitor centers.
Your phone provides a fun way to learn more about the Park.
Listen to park rangers give 2 minute audio tours at various points of interest on the South Rim, from Hermit Road to Yaki Point, and the North Rim. Learn more...
The South Rim Shuttle Bus System
Learn More, read the April 26, 2016 news release:
Tusayan Bus Route at Grand Canyon National Park Begins Saturday, May 7, 2016 – Park and Ride; We'll Be Your Guide