Tusayan Mountain Bike Trails #126, 702, 703

Area Status: Open
Greenway Bike Trail on Tusayan District

The Tusayan Bike Trails are open to biking, hiking and horseback riding. These trails have become particularly popular with mountain bikers seeking to explore the Tusayan Ranger District.

These routes offer a secluded forest experience on old logging roads that meander through the forest. The area provides excellent opportunities for viewing wildlife such as elk, mule deer, hawks, eagles, pronghorn antelope, porcupine, rabbits, coyotes, turkeys and many different kinds of birds.

Trail #126: A loop trail that is 1.1 miles in length.

Trail #702: A loop trail that is 17.2 miles in length. 

Trail #703: A loop trail that is 8.3 miles in length.

At a Glance

Fees: None.
Water: None. Bring everything that you will need.
Restroom: None.

General Information


Parking lot and trailhead access is at the Tusayan Ranger station entrance right off the Highway 64 a few miles before the gate entrance to the Grand Canyon.

Person riding bicycle on trail

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information


Mountain Biking

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Day Hiking

Difficulty Level: Easy to Intermediate


Difficulty Level: Easy to Intermediate

Horse Riding

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities


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  Elevation : 
6600 ft. - 6855 ft.