All the Grand: Motorized or Oar

Colorado River from North Rim at ToroweapAll the Grand takes you through the entire Grand Canyon and all of its thrilling rapids. Our downriver descent is a journey from the smaller cliffs of Marble Canyon at the beginning to the deeper reaches of the Inner Gorge towards the end. Every mile reveals new sights, side canyons, and rock formations. We’ll also see wildlife, desert terrain, and lush vegetative spots.

During the days we’ll stop for some short trips to side canyons, rivers, waterfalls, ancient ruins and geologic wonders. We’ll also stop for a lunch break of sandwiches, fruits, veggies, and snacks.

In the evening we’ll pull into big sandy river beaches for our nightly camping. As you relax and explore our campsite, our guides will prepare a hearty outdoor meal from an on-board larder of fresh and frozen meats, vegetables, and desserts. At the end of the day, you’ll slip into a comfy sleeping bag and drift off to sleep listening to the sounds of the canyon and the river.

All the Grand is the most convenient and relaxing trip, because there’s no need to hike into or out of the canyon at the beginning or the end. Just come to Flagstaff, and we’ll take you to the river, down the river, and back to Flagstaff after the trip.

OPTION: This is available as a 7-day trip on a motorized pontoon boat or as a 14-day trip on exclusively oar rafts. See details and options for both below.


All the Grand Motorized Pontoon Trip

Motorized pontoon boat in Lava Falls Grand Canyon

All the Grand on motorized pontoon boats is a great way to see the entire Grand Canyon in only 7 days. We’ll also have time for some daytime outings, like swimming and playing in the Little Colorado River, Havasu Creek, and other side canyon streams. We’ll probably stop by to experience the huge Redwall Cavern, check out the Nankoweap ancient ruins, Vasey’s Paradise, and much more.

You must attend an orientation meeting in Flagstaff the night prior to your trip date. Early on the morning of your trip date, we will transport passengers to the launch site at Lees Ferry where you will board the boat and begin the trip. Most of our trips are two boats traveling together, sometimes with passengers doing a partial canyon trip.

At our take-out location at Pearce Ferry on upper Lake Mead we’ll transport you back to Flagstaff, arriving in the late afternoon or early evening.

For complete trip details and information on what to bring, the weather, links to hotels, transportation and more, download our All the Grand Motorized Trip Packet (pdf).

Hear the string quartet on whitewater rafting trips

 

We’re offering a special All the Grand Motorized trip in August 2019 that will be accompanied by the Skylight City String Quartet at no additional cost. See complete details.

Included in Trip Price

  • Transportation from Flagstaff to the put-in point at Lees Ferry and from the take-out point at Pearce Ferry on upper Lake Mead back to Flagstaff.
  • Full buffet breakfast the morning of departure.
  • Lunch for the return trip to Flagstaff.
  • Thick foam sleeping pad.
  • Tent and ground sheet.
  • NEW  Folding camp chair with legs.
  • Dry bag for clothing and sleeping bag.
  • Ammo can for camera and miscellaneous day use items.
  • Knife, fork, spoon, plate, and souvenir Canyoneers cup.
  • All meals and non-alcoholic beverages while on the river, prepared by our professional staff. Alcohol and pop welcome; bring your own.
  • Professional guides and camp service complete with Grand Canyon interpretive programs.
  • US Coast Guard approved life jacket.
  • Seat cushion.
  • Toilet paper.
  • First aid supplies.
  • Toll-free reservation and information services.
  • Video orientation program.
  • Luggage and car storage.

NOTE: You can either bring your own sleeping bag or rent one from us. Our bags are professionally cleaned after each use.

All the Grand Motorized General Info

  • Full canyon, entire length
  • Motorized pontoon boat
  • 7 days, 6 nights on the river
  • No hiking in or out of canyon
  • 280 river miles
  • All rapids from riffles to major
  • Lees Ferry to Pearce Ferry on upper Lake Mead

7-Day All the Grand Spring Motorized

2019 Dates and Rates

Trip dates are Sunday unless otherwise noted.

  • April 21, 27 (Saturday)
  • • $2,678 cost per person
  • • $500 deposit per person

7-Day All the Grand Summer Motorized

2019 Dates and Rates

Trip dates are Sunday unless otherwise noted.


All the Grand Oar Rafts Trip — CanyonOars

Rowed oar rafts in Grand Canyon rapids

Follow the river trail in our 18′ exclusively oar rafts, moved by the river, at the river’s own pace. We travel fewer miles each day sometimes spending two nights in the same camp or taking extra time for longer side canyon hikes.

OPTION: The Sandra, the original, fully restored cataract boat built by Norm Nevills in 1947, accompanies the 2019 June and August oar trips. Experience how the pioneers of yesteryear ran the Grand! The historic Sandra DOES NOT accompany the 2019 July trip.

You must attend an orientation meeting in Flagstaff the night prior to your trip date. Early on the morning of your trip date, we will transport passengers to the launch site at Lees Ferry where you will board the boat and begin the trip. Passengers are returned to Flagstaff at the end of the trip, arriving in the late afternoon/early evening.

For more information on complete trip details, what to bring, the weather, links to hotels, transportation and more, download our All the Grand Oar Trip Packet (pdf).

Included in Trip Price

  • Full buffet breakfast the morning of departure.
  • Lunch for the return trip to Flagstaff.
  • Thick foam sleeping pad.
  • Tent and ground sheet.
  • NEW  Folding camp chair with legs.
  • Dry bag for clothing and sleeping bag.
  • Ammo can for camera and miscellaneous day use items.
  • Knife, fork, spoon, plate, and souvenir Canyoneers cup.
  • All meals and non-alcoholic beverages while on the river, prepared by our professional staff. Alcohol and pop welcome; bring your own.
  • Professional guides and camp service complete with Grand Canyon interpretive programs.
  • US Coast Guard approved life jacket.
  • Seat cushion.
  • Toilet paper.
  • First aid supplies.
  • Toll-free reservation and information services.
  • Video orientation program.
  • Luggage and car storage.
  • Transportation from the take-out point at Diamond Creek back to Flagstaff.
  • All Hualapai Tribe fees for the Diamond Creek take-out.
  • For the 2019 June and August trips ONLY: Accompanied by historic Sandra cataract boat.

NOTE: You can either bring your own sleeping bag or rent one from us. Our bags are professionally cleaned after each use.

14-Day All the Grand Oar General Info

  • Entire main canyon
  • Exclusively oar rafts
  • 14 days, 13 nights on river
  • No hiking in or out of canyon
  • 225 river miles
  • All rapids from riffles to major
  • Lees Ferry to Diamond Creek
  • The Sandra, 1947 historic cataract boat accompanies the 2019 June and August trips ONLY

14-Day All the Grand Oar

2019 Dates and Rates