Experience the grandest canyon of them all when you leave the glittering lights of Las Vegas behind and travel to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Spectacular in its remoteness, experience the Grand Canyon as it was meant to be seen - without crowds!
- Travel in style in new Tour Trekkers
- Discover the untouched North Rim of the Grand Canyon
- Travel through three states: Nevada, Arizona and Utah
- View the amazing Grand Canyon from 3,000 feet above the floor of the canyon
What You Can Expect
Toroweap on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon is one of the most remote locations in the U.S. and offers some of the most spectacular views in the world. You will be privileged to witness the true essence of the Grand Canyon - an exclusive section of nature's solitude that few have ever witnessed and where civilization seems but a distant concept.
Your professionally guided Grand Canyon Toroweap by Luxury Tour Trekker takes you through beautiful Mesquite, the rugged Virgin River Gorge and picturesque St. George, Utah then across the historic Arizona Strip. Here you will travel on America's treasured back country roads inaccessible to most with vast prairie plains, mountainous horizons, and traditional active ranches
At the rim of the Canyon you will enjoy dramatic viewpoints at the narrowest, deepest part of the inner Canyon over 3,000 feet vertical above the Colorado River and where you can see and often hear Lava Falls Rapids, the largest and wildest on the river.
Volcanic features cast color hues making this viewpoint truly unique and a photographer's dream. Don't miss this exciting adventure! The National Park Service manages this area in accordance with maintaining its primitive values: seats are limited!
Firstly, this is not a review of the Toroweap trip because this was cancelled, allegedly due to the road being too muddy to get up there. However, we took an alternative trip offered - Death Valley - and this turned out to be a blessing as we had already been to the South Rim. The guide (John) was friendly, knowledgeable, forthcoming and made the trip meaningful with his explanations. Would have liked to see more of the valley but I guess this was not possible given the long day (11+ hours). Highlights for us were the Dante's View, the Devil's Golf Course and Badwater - Artist's Palette less impressive. View from the tour trekker OK if you had an outside seat but not good if you had an inside one. The trekker was stated to be a unique development with the manufacturer and visibility should be improved. Plenty of water and comfort breaks. Included picnic lunch fine.