Biking in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

Grand Canyon National Park (North Rim) offers 25 miles of smooth road riding with plenty of scenic places to stop. As far as I know there is no single track here. The north rim is much less visited and it has many miles of National Forest roads but there are no biking trails anywhere that go into the canyon. You either hike it or rent a mule. Its best to visit in the late spring or fall. Summers will be crowded and hot. Bike rentals and bike tours and everything else, is available at the south entrance on US Rt. 180.

At the edge.

Its always a good idea to check ahead before coming here as landslides, fires etc. can close the entrance roads.

The canyon and my Super V bike.

Long shadows are cast in this early morning picture.

The National Park Service offer cell phone audio tours.

Elk visiting the campground. Its best to reserve a campsite or you will probably be the summer.

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