The Tonto Trail is one of the longest hiking trails on the South Rim route of the Grand Canyon. It begins somewhere along the south bank of the Colorado River at Garnet Canyon (western end) and ends at Red Canyon (eastern end) and is about 70 mile long. It crosses path with many other trails like Kaibab Trail, Grandview, Hermit, Bright Angel and others. A brilliant path that represents a vista of history, deposited in layers.
Tonto Trail Travel Tips
- Carry ample water.
- Water from Horn Creek should be avoided except in extreme life-and-death circumstances due to high radioactive contamination from the Lost Orphan Uranium Mine (defunct) below Powell Point.
Entrance Ticket Details For Tonto Trail
- Vehicle pass: $30
- Motor bike pass: $25
- These ticket prices are to be paid at the entrance of the park.
Tonto Trail Hours
- Recommended duration of visit is 3 days.
How to Reach Tonto Trail
- The guide will take you.
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