- While in Sedona, don’t miss a chance to explore one of the natural wonders of the world.
- Take a tour from Sedona to the Grand Canyon with one of Sedona’s local guides.
- Once you arrive, you can take a bus or train tour, or hike into the canyon to for an unforgettable experience.
What can I do and see at Grand Canyon National Park?
Take a scenic tour from Sedona to Grand Canyon National Park and enjoy the diverse Northern Arizona landscape along way. There are a number of local Sedona tour companies that lead regular trips to the Grand Canyon.
Once at the Grand Canyon you can explore many scenic lookout points, take a bus or train tour, or perhaps opt for an extended stay to hike and camp in the canyon.
Where is Grand Canyon National Park?
The Grand Canyon has two main entrance points. The South Rim is on the Arizona side while the North Rim is considered to be the Utah side.
South Rim: From Sedona, take Hwy 89Alt to I-40. Take I-40 west to Hwy 64. Take Hwy 64 north to the South Rim.
North Rim: From Sedona, take Hwy 89Alt to I-40. Take I-40 east to Hwy 89. Take Hwy 89 north to Hwy 89Alt. Take Hwy 89Alt west to Hwy 67. Take Hwy 67 south to the North Rim entrance.
When is Grand Canyon National Park open?
South Rim: Open all year
North Rim: Mid-May through Mid-October
How much does Grand Canyon National Park cost?
Vehicle Pass: $25, valid for 7 days, includes entrance to both North and South Rim
Who can I call if I have more questions?