Grand Canyon National Park announces bus schedule changes

Jul 16, 2021, 4:05 AM
(Facebook Photo/Grand Canyon National Park)...
(Facebook Photo/Grand Canyon National Park)
(Facebook Photo/Grand Canyon National Park)

PHOENIX– Those traveling to Grand Canyon National Park starting on Saturday should expect changes to typical shuttle bus operations.

All buses and shuttle operations are still altered in order to meet COVID-19 guidelines, but routes such as the Village, Hermits Rest, Kaibab Rim and Tusayan are all affected by the update, officials said in a press release Wednesday.

The Village route will run from 5 a.m. until 10 p.m. while the Hermits Rest and Kaibab Rim routes will operate from 5 a.m. until one hour after sunset.

Other updates include that the Tusayan route will not operate during 2021 and the Kaibab Rim route will run to all locations, officials said in the release.

Passengers can expect reduced capacity and required face coverings in compliance with COVID-19 regulations.

For more information regarding changes to routes not mentioned, and to keep up to date on all shuttle information, visit

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