Grand Canyon National Park Driving Times and Distances

The driving distances and times listed below for popular jump off points to the Grand Canyon are all estimated and based on best route driving directions. Most of the drive is on rural roads, but when leaving major metropolitan areas, its important to factor in traffic that can occur, especially during rush hour.


Grand Canyon Driving Distances (Estimated)

Driving Distance from Las Vegas, NV to the Grand Canyon: 275 Miles
Driving Distance from San Francisco, CA to the Grand Canyon: 790 Miles
Driving Distance from Los Angeles, CA to the Grand Canyon: 500 Miles
Driving Distance from San Diego, CA to the Grand Canyon: 550 Miles
Driving Distance from Sedona, AZ to the Grand Canyon: 115 Miles
Driving Distance from Phoenix, AZ to the Grand Canyon: 230 Miles
Driving Distance from Denver, CO to the Grand Canyon: 685 Miles
Driving Distance from Salt Lake City, UT to the Grand Canyon: 525 Miles


Grand Canyon Driving Times (Estimated)

Driving Time from Las Vegas, NV to the Grand Canyon: 5 Hours
Driving Time from San Francisco, CA to the Grand Canyon: 13 Hours
Driving Time from Los Angeles, CA to the Grand Canyon: 8 Hours
Driving Time from San Diego, CA to the Grand Canyon: 9 Hours
Driving Time from Sedona, AZ to the Grand Canyon: 2 and a Half Hours
Driving Time from Phoenix, AZ to the Grand Canyon: 4 Hours
Driving Time from Denver, CO to the Grand Canyon: 12 and a Half Hours
Driving Time from Salt Lake City, UT to the Grand Canyon: 10 Hours