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Hualapai River Runners To fully experience the deepest canyon in the world, explore the white water rapids of the Colorado River. This one(incl. taxes and fees) day trip with the Hualapai River Runners traverses through a 35-mile section of the canyon, where you can witness four different geological eras of Earth. With a total of 10 fun, exciting rapids, this adventure will be sure to get your heart racing and your clothes soaked. Guests also have the opportunity to hike up to Travertine Falls. Hear from your guide about the history of the Hualapai people, and observe wildlife while enjoying a relaxing box lunch along the riverbank.


Visitor Information Please respect the Hualapai native homeland by abiding to the following: Smoking is only allowed in designated smoking areas. Dispose of trash in provided receptacles. No outside food and/or drink allowed on premises. All tours and products are subject to tribal tax and fees; and price may change without notice. Cancellation policies apply. Please ask a ticket tour counter or call center representative for details. Service animals are welcome on tours. The Hualapai Lodge and Hualapai River Runners are owned and operated by the Hualapai Tribe and reserves the right to deny entry.

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Just two hours away, there’s Grand Canyon West, home of the Skywalk which sits 4,000 feet above the Colorado River and canyon floor. While there, you can visit three unique viewing points – Eagle Point, historic Guano Point and the Hualapai Ranch. Enhance your adventure to the canyon by booking a breathtaking helicopter ride to the canyon floor.



Begin your getaway with an overnight stay at the Hualapai Lodge on Historic per person based on Route 66. Start your day with coffee/tea double occupancy and continental breakfast before you (incl. taxes and fees) embark down Diamond Creek Road, the only road leading to the bottom of the Grand Canyon with your picnic lunch prepared by Diamond Creek Restaurant. Your journey continues with a 1-mile hike through the towering canyon landscape where you can find your perfect spot to enjoy a picnic right on the banks of the Colorado River.

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Spend your day riding the rapids of the mighty Colorado...


xplore the Grand Canyon walls while riding the white water rapids of the Colorado River. Hike up to Travertine Falls, and take in the natural beauty of these waterfalls, with narration from Hualapai Guides. Discover the history and culture of the Hualapai people. See local wildlife while enjoying lunch along the river banks. Then, continue your adventure on the smooth water while viewing the towering canyon from a unique perspective. Complete the journey with a helicopter flight up to the Grand Canyon West. Raft trips depart from the Hualapai Lodge. Ground transportation is available to and from Peach Springs from Kingman, Arizona daily.

...Then relax at the Hualapai Lodge on U.S. Route 66


ualapai culture envelopes guests as they pass through the doors of the Hualapai Lodge that feature authentic Hualapai artwork and Native American performances in the summer. The warm, inviting atmosphere encourages visitors to begin and end their days by sharing their personal adventures around the specially crafted river-rock fireplace in the Diamond Award lobby. The Lodge is the perfect stop for travelers between Las Vegas and Arizona and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Hualapai Lodge in Peach Springs, Arizona is situated on the longest stretch of highway left of the original Route 66. It is the primary starting point for travelers looking to explore the raw canyon landscape via white water rafting, off-road touring, hiking, fishing, hunting and more. The Hualapai Lodge is also the gateway to the breathtaking drive on the only road leading to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.

At the Diamond Creek Restaurant in Peach Springs, diners can enjoy the Hualapai Taco, left, and for dessert try the Bananas Foster.

The lodge features, from top, a gift shop, comfortable smoke-free rooms, and the Diamond Creek restaurant.

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