Getting to IKRC Grand Canyon is easy and affordable. By car, you can arrive from Phoenix in less than 2.5 hours. Another good option is to take a shuttle bus from Phoenix to Flagstaff and then a taxi or Uber/Lyft to the retreat site. Use the links below to explore your travel options.
Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG) is the closest commercial airport to IKRC Grand Canyon, and is currently serviced daily by a few select commercial airlines: American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Empire Airlines, and Ameriflight (flying into Flagstaff exclusively from Phoenix).
You may fly into Arizona's largest airport, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), and then rent a car or take a shuttle bus to Flagstaff. (Flagstaff Amtrak station is where you want to disembark.)
It's also worthwhile to check out connecting flights through Los Angeles (LAX) and Las Vegas. The journey takes a bit longer but is often cheaper.
By Shuttle Bus
Groome Transportation Service between Phoenix and Flagstaff
*The Flagstaff Amtrak station is the most convenient stop.
Groome Transportation Service between Flagstaff and Williams
(Get off at Williams Railway Hotel Lobby; you will then need to take an Uber or taxi to the IKRC.)
Groome Transportation has suspended its service between Phoenix and Flagstaff until March 2
There is currently no train service between Phoenix and Flagstaff.
Note: The Amtrak stop for Williams at 3:45am is to an unmanned station several miles from the town of Williams. They will not stop there unless there is a prearranged pickup so this route should be avoided.
The cost of a taxi from Flagstaff to IKRC Grand Canyon is approximately $80. Uber costs $47.00-$63.00.
This is Northern Arizona! On average, there are 266 sunny days per year. The July high is around 84 degrees. The January low is 20. The average yearly snowfall is 70 inches. Check the weather and pack accordingly.