Old 64 / Tusayan Road

Total Miles


1981.38 ft



Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall



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Trail Overview

Old 64 Road is exactly that - the former highway that used to be the main entrance to Grand Canyon National Park from the East. While some of this trail is paved, don't be lulled into a false sense of security, as this is unmaintained, and hazards abound! After a short while on pavement, this trail yields to a rocky and dirt trail that is filled with views all the way around; you'll find yourself on the rim adjacent to the eastern plateau of the Grand Canyon. While you're still too far to see the actual canyon, it's a nice drive through scrub brush, pine, and dirt on the high plateau.


This trail is peppered with large rocky and a few challenging places.


This is the old highway 64, that used to lead into Grand Canyon National Park.

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Access Description

Proceed out of Grand Canyon National Park to the East. Look for a gated entrance on the North, marker for road "2823". This will be the entrance to this trail. Please observe all marked signs on gates, as they are to remain closed due to cattle grazing.