The National Park Service provides free shuttle bus service within the park and during the summer. They also offer a shuttle between Tusayan and the park. All buses have bicycle racks. Buses run every 10-20 minutes.

Kaibab Trail Route (Green)

• Buses provide transportation between Grand Canyon Visitor Center, South Kaibab Trailhead, Yaki Point, Pipe Creek Vista, Mather Point and Yavapai Geology Museum. This is the shortest scenic route and the only access to Yaki Point, the South Kaibab Trailhead and the geology Museum.

Village Route (Blue)

• This loop connects visitor centers, lodging, restaurants, gift shops and campgrounds.

Hermit’s Rest Route (Red)

• The western-most route in the park stops at several viewpoints along the seven-mile drive, ending at historic Hermit’s Rest. Buses stop running after sunset.

Tusayan Route

• Between mid-May and mid-September, this route provides “park and ride” shuttle bus service between the gateway community of Tusayan and Grand Canyon National Park. More information on the Tusayan Shuttle see page 27 of this guide.

Note: The current schedule, maps, sunrise and sunset times and last-minute changes are released in the park’s publication The Guide.