Grand Canyon Bicycle



Hermit Road Tour

A guided bike tour along the scenic Hermit Road. River views, incredible Canyon vistas, geological wonders, and wildlife sighting opportunities. Includes rental + Shuttle. More Info


Yaki Point Tour

Departs directly from our shop. Navigate the beautiful rim side trails to Yaki point trail head. Stunning views, wildlife, rim side greenways and more! Includes rental and guided bike tour. More Info

Self Guided Tour

Coming soon! Navigate the Hermit trail with our tour app. Includes entertaining and informing dialogue as our Sarah Neal guides you along the Hermit Road route.  Available this summer! More Info

Yaki Point Bike Tour

Explore the beautiful and awe-inspiring east side of the Grand Canyon National Park to a wonderful place known as Yaki Point with an interpretive guide. This tour winds like the Colorado River along the Canyon rim for a total bike ride of 7 miles. Experience the South Rim’s grand views and a peek of the Desert View Watch Tower from the saddle of a Bright Angel Bike. Riding bikes to Yaki Point is a fun, safe, and memorable way to experience the Grand Canyon. This route is designed for most ages and fitness levels.


  • Distance: 7 Miles
  • Duration: 2.5- 3 Hours
  • Elevation: To Yaki Point +142 ft/ 43M
  • Road Type: Slight continual grade toward Yaki point on paved greenways and roads that are closed to public vehicle traffic.


  • $70.00+tax
    adult size bikes 5′ & up
  • $55.00+tax
    youth size bikes 4’11”-3’8″, Burley Trailers, Tagalongs
  • Gratuities not included, not required but appreciated when  given based on performance.


  • Trained, Friendly and Knowledgeable Tour Guide
  • Rental bicycle 
  • Rental helmet
  • 2.5 hours Grand Canyon interpretation
  • eBikes not approved for use on tours by NPS


  • March 15 – October 19 2024
  • Check In 1:00pm
  • Departure 1:30pm

Tour Highlights

This tour departs directly from our bike shop next to the Visitor Center at the South Rim. It navigates through a mile of forest before arriving, and then winding, along the edge of the Canyon. The route delivers stunning views and an easy-enough-for-almost-anyone ride along paved pathways. Your guide will take you through a colorful history of geology, plant life and human history along the way. They will also introduce you to some of the Canyon’s wildlife which is commonly seen in this area. Fingers crossed, you will potentially see an Elk or Mule deer during your adventure. The California Condor loves this part of the rim and is often sighted soaring above the depths.  This tour is great for all ages and ability levels. Kids love it but we encourage them to be old enough to have patience with 10 minute stops for interpretation.

NOTE* Children are permitted on the bike tours. We charge by height. Any youth or child over 5 feet tall will be considered an adult price. Please be mindful that these tours include other guests. Children should be able to have capacity to listen to interpretive pieces by guides, keep up with general pace of group riding and be obedient to safety instruction and remain in control at all times during the ride. 


Route Map

Grand Canyon Map Bike Routes

The Orange Bicycle Route depicts the Yaki Point Tour’s path. Click here to download a high res PDF map.


Are there a lot of uphills on Hermit Road Tour?
This route bypasses the very steep sections and has only mild inclines and declines. There is a small section which is too strenuous for some to pedal, and guides with accommodate a slower walking pace through this area to help if needed. 

What’s different about the Hermit and Yaki Tour?
The Yaki tour departs right from the shop so it takes less time. It is more greenway riding and Canyon vistas. There is generally more interaction with people on this route. The Hermit Road tour requires a shuttle and goes to a more remote area of the Park so it takes more time. There are views of the Colorado River and more terrain variety on the Hermit Road tour as well.


We always recommend reservations whenever possible. Walk-up availability is on a first-come-first-serve basis and is on a weather-dependent basis in the winter months.


Bright Angel Bicycles LLC
10 S. Entrance Road
Grand Canyon, AZ, 86023



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