Wildland Trekking

While the Grand Canyon is breathtaking no matter how you view it, a multi-day hike is the best way to fully explore this spectacular landscape. The Wildland Trekking Company has more than 25 years of experience leading hiking, backpacking, and climbing adventures. Their customer service is unbeatable, from the staff who help you schedule your trip to the knowledgeable guides on your small-group trek.

Wildland Trekking

Whether you choose a camping trip or one where you’ll stay overnight in lodges, you’ll find that all your extras are included in the cost. There are no hidden fees for gear rental like sleeping bags and mats, no meal costs, no park fees, and no surprise transportation fees. Hikes are between 3 and 7 days, and there are itineraries to suit all skill levels as long as you’re up for days of hiking 5-6 miles or more. Customers give Wildland Trekking’s guides excellent reviews, even expert hikers who usually prefer to go solo and novice hikers who needed lots of patience and encouragement.

Most popular tours

Grand Canyon Classic Hike: Three days of moderate hiking covers 17 miles, from the South Rim down the South Kaibab trail, to Indian Gardens, and then back via the Bright Angel trail. Perfect for individuals, families, and small groups.

Best of the South Rim Tour: While the hiking is challenging on this year-round, three-day trek, you’ll spend each night in a comfortable lodge before setting out on three different day hikes throughout the South Rim.

Havasu Falls Hiking Tour: Combine hiking with comfort on this gorgeous trek that includes pack mules to carry your gear to a relaxing camp next to Havasu Creek. You’ll enjoy backcountry meals prepared by your guide while you swim at the base of the aqua-blue falls.

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