The lists below contain the concessioners licensed to guide backpacking and hiking trips at Grand Canyon. There are many to choose from; I recommend that you visit each company’s website to find the service that suits your interest best.
Grand Canyon Association Field Institute – If you would like to join a guided hiking and/or camping trip that is educational in nature, consider the Grand Canyon Association Field Institute. GCAFI works in close association with the National Park Service to provide multi-day learning events that complement the park’s own interpretive programming. GCAFI is the educational arm of the Grand Canyon Association, a non-profit organization established in 1932 to support education, research, and other programs for the benefit of Grand Canyon National Park and its visitors. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
NAU Road Scholar – NAU Road Scholar, formerly Elderhostel, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing extraordinary learning adventures for people 40 years of age and over. Northern Arizona University Road Scholar offers many courses in Grand Canyon, Sedona, and throughout the Southwest worth checking out. Typical course offerings include geology, southwest history, ecology, Native American, planetary studies, archaeology, fine arts programs and writing workshops. Whether you want to backpack or travel in comfort in hotels and nice buses, I would highly recommend checking out their online catalog.
Adventure Life Inc
Adventures in Good Company
All-Star Grand Canyon Tours, Inc.
American Safari Camp Inc.
Alta Expedition, dba Chinook Voyage
Arizona Outback Adventures
Callipygian Ventures, Inc., dba Fitpacking
Camping Car USA, Inc
Discovery Treks LLC
888-256-8731 or 480-247-9266
Four Season Guides
928-525-1552 or 877-272-5032
Just Roughin’ It Adventure Company
Live Boldly Coaching, LLC
Lonner F. Holden
415-847-5784 or 888-840-3440
Rubicon Outdoors, dba Alpinehikers
Sierra Club Outings
SROM (Solid Rock Outdoor Ministries)
Southwest Adventure Tours
The Wildland Trekking Company