US Route 89: Self-Guided Audio Driving Tour
Mount Carmel Junction
Explore US Route 89 with a self-guided audio tour. Discover breathtaking landscapes, historic landmarks, and hidden gems. Download the Shaka Guide app now.
Duration: 8 hours
Cancellation: 1 day learn more
  • U.S. Highway 89 - Hidden within this scenic route is a treasure trove of American history! That’s why Route 89 is known as The Heritage Highway. Picture yourself as a pioneer witnessing this landscape for the first time. It’s no surprise that explorers, traders, sinners, and saints have been drawn to this area for centuries!
  • Bryce Amphitheater - The most frequented section of the park is the Bryce Amphitheater. It features 5 viewpoints:

Inspiration Points
Paria View
This area boasts the highest concentration of hoodoos and some of the most popular canyon hikes.

Photography enthusiasts, star-gazers, and hikers of all levels are captivated by the Bryce Amphitheater!

  • Bryce Canyon Scenic Drive - This is an extremely popular way to explore all that Bryce Canyon has to offer.

The scenic drive spans 18 miles to Rainbow and Yovimpa Points, the southernmost and highest points of Bryce Canyon.

Along the way, you’ll hear stories about the people who discovered Bryce Canyon and helped it become a National Park.

  • Fairyland Point - Here, you’ll get your first glimpse of Bryce Canyon’s famous hoodoos. You’ll learn about their formation, their names, and their role in the conservation efforts of the national park system.
  • Mossy Cave Trail - This is one of the most tranquil hikes at Bryce Canyon, though it’s technically outside the park gates.

Mossy Cave Trail allows you to walk on the canyon floor without a steep descent.

  • Scenic Byway 12 - Welcome to Scenic Byway 12, also known as “a journey through time.” If you need to stretch your legs, there are several scenic turnouts just ahead on our right. Otherwise, we’ll reach Bryce Canyon City in about 15 minutes.
  • Red Canyon Visitor Center - Red Canyon offers numerous excellent hiking trails where you can see hoodoos, ponderosa pines, high plateaus, and more. There are also mountain bike trails, paved bicycle paths, and miles of ATV trails.
  • Red Canyon Arch - These arches are often called the “Gateway to Fairyland,” or the unofficial gateway to Bryce Canyon National Park. Be sure to slow down or stop at one of the pull-over spots on the right to admire this grand entrance up close.
  • Bryce Canyon City - This is the main road into Bryce Canyon National Park, and there’s no shortage of activities here!

Bryce Canyon City is home to Ruby’s Inn, which has been around since the early 1900s. Ruby’s isn’t just a hotel, though.

Ruby’s includes several properties:

a general store
three restaurants
an “old town” mini-mall with gift shops
an ice cream parlor, and
a working gem mine!

They also offer many unique ways to see the park:

horseback riding tours
guided ATV tours
bike rentals, and
even helicopter rides

What's Included
  • Tours NEVER expire
  • Offline Audio Guided Tour: Hours of audio narration with stories, travel tips and music
  • Offline map (no wifi or data needed)
  • Turn-by-turn directions using GPS
  • Freedom to explore at your own pace - pick the stops you want, skip the ones you don’t
  • Audio narration that plays automatically as you drive
What's Not Included
  • Meals & Refreshments
  • Entry Fees
Additional Information

Welcome to the iconic US Route 89, where every mile is a story waiting to be told. As we embark on this journey, you’ll experience the breathtaking beauty of the American West unfold before your eyes.

From the majestic peaks of the Rocky Mountains to the serene desert landscapes of Arizona, each turn offers a new adventure.

Along the way, you’ll discover charming small towns, historic landmarks, and hidden gems that capture the essence of Americana.

So sit back, relax, and let the rhythm of the road guide you on an unforgettable exploration of the heartland of America.

Download the Shaka Guide app to access your purchased tours.

  • Get Started Easily: • Book Your Tour: Receive a confirmation and easy instructions via email. • Download the App: Follow the simple steps in your email. • Redeem the Tour: Use the redeem code in your email to redeem the tour in the app. • Prepare Ahead: Download the tour using strong Wi-Fi.
  • Begin Your Journey: • Select Your Tour: Go to the My Stuff tab in the Shaka Guide app to launch the tour. • Start the Tour: Select the tour starting point and follow the GPS instructions. • Follow Shaka Guide: Stick to the suggested route and speed for the best experience.
  • Why Choose Our Audio Tour: • Cost-Efficient: One tour for the entire vehicle—no per-person fees! • Ultimate Flexibility: Start, pause, and resume on your schedule. • Convenience: Use the tour any day, over multiple days if needed.
  • Top Features: • Hands-Free: The tour works automatically - GPS-activated stories, directions, and music play as you drive for a seamless experience. • Works Offline: No need for continuous wifi or data. • Reliable Support: Get help via call, chat, or email.
  • Private and Personalized: • Crowd-Free: Enjoy a private tour with just your group. • Customizable Stops: Pick the stops you want and skip the ones you don’t!
  • The Ultimate Guided Tour: • Detailed Itinerary: Includes travel tips and recommendations. • Engaging Narration: Captivating stories and history.
  • What Our Users Say: • “A fantastic way to explore! Easy to use and very informative.” • “Loved the flexibility to stop and go as we pleased. Highly recommend!”
Mount Carmel Junction
This tour travels from Mt. Camel Junction to Bryce Canyon National Park.
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

Select Date and Tickets
up to 15 guests
July 2024