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When hiking in Grand Canyon, you can go on a day hike and/or a multi-day backpacking trip. Most hikers go it on their own, while others hire a guide. And since all these locations require a permit and can be logistically challenging, you might think you need a guide. But you don't, especially on the main trail trips like Rim to Rim or South Kaibab/Bright Angel Loop (a.k.a The Grand Canyon Classic). Feel free to peruse our site to gather all the information you need to plan your hike to Grand Canyon National Park. And if you need some outfitting services and logistical assistance, you will find details for that on each page as well.

Hanging out in Bright Angel Creek, Grand Canyon
Bright Angel Trail to Indian Garden
Day hiking in Grand Canyon on the South Kaibab Trail. A great way to get outside, unplugged and an awesome workout!
Grand Canyon Day Hikes
Less than a mile down the North Kaibab Trail on a Rim to Rim hike, amazing views from Coconino Overlook
Grand Canyon Rim to Rim
The Ross Wheeler at Bass Rapids along the Colorado River Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon Rim to Rim Packrafting
Guided Grand Canyon Hiking Tours
Grand Canyon Rim to Rim to Rim
Backpackers hiking down to Horseshoe Mesa along the Grandview Trail
Grandview Trail to Horseshoe Mesa
Travertine at Beaver Falls Havasupai
Havasupai Falls 3 Day
A Havasupai hike will get you to the 200 ft Mooney Falls
Havasupai Falls 4 Day
Rainbows in Grand Canyon National Park
Hermit to Bright Angel Loop
Two hikers watching the rapids on the Colorado River at Hermit Rapid
Hermit to Monument Loop
A stop at Ooh Aah Point on the South Kaibab Trail Grand Canyon
Hermit to South Kaibab Loop
Enjoying the views from Panorama Point in the Hermit Trail Grand Canyon
Hermit Trail
Hiking on the Coconino layer in Grand Canyon South Bass Trail
South Bass Trail
Paddling across the Colorado River to the North Bass Beach.
South Bass Trail Packrafting
The South Kaibab Trail has a lot of steps!
South Kaibab Trail to Bright Angel
Descending into Grand Canyon along the South Kaibab Trail en-route to Cremation Canyon
South Kaibab Trail to Cremation Canyon
Backpacking along the Escalante Route in Grand Canyon - amazing views of the Colorado River.
Tanner to Grandview
Girl at Beaver Falls Havasupai
Women's Only Havasupai Trips

Grand Canyon Hiking Tours

When hiking in Grand Canyon, you can go on a day hike and/or a multi-day backpacking trip. Most hikers go it on their own, while others hire a guide. And since all these locations require a permit and can be logistically challenging, you might want a guide or you might not, especially on the main trail trips like Rim to Rim or South Kaibab/Bright Angel Loop (a.k.a The Grand Canyon Classic). Either way, we have you covered, whether you are looking for a guided trip to Havasupai or get outfitted for a Grand Canyon National Park Trip! Feel free to peruse our site to gather all the information you need to plan your hike to Grand Canyon National Park. And if you need outfitting service and logistical assistance, you will find details for that on each of the below trip pages as well.

While a guide service can take a lot of the headache out of the planning and help ensure safety on the trip, many of the trails in Grand Canyon are easy to follow and can be accomplished without a guide. 90% of all Grand Canyon hikers are hiking without a guide personally showing them the way.  But we can help you plan the trip. Oh, and no guide service gets special consideration for permits. They go through the same process as the general public; therefore, you have just as good of chance as they do (except there are some tricks to best your chances that we very familiar with).

Just Roughin' It can help you select the Grand Canyon hike that's right for your time frame, ability level and travel goals. We offer support and expertise on more than 300 trail miles of Grand Canyon hikes, from day trips to 7 day backpacking trips. There are many Grand Canyon trip options that are suitable for the first time backpacker to the experienced wilderness guru with treks that range from the more trodden to those areas that are much less traveled. Plus, we can assist you in getting the one thing that will make or break your trip - the backcountry permit. We will help you plan the Grand Canyon hiking trip meant for you. From the ever popular Grand Canyon Rim to Rim hike to the very secluded and unique North to South Bass packrafting trip, the Grand Canyon offers hiking adventures that have something to offer you in every twist and turn of the trail you decide to explore. And if that is just not enough for you, hiking Grand Canyon grants you some stellar bragging rights and offers dozens of routes to keep you coming back for more!  Plus, you'll look great in that Grand Canyon hiking t-shirt you will want to wear with pride!

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