Bicycle guide job in the Grand Canyon


Great temp job for bicyclists who love the Arizona outdoors. Check it out!

Recreation Law

Bright Angel Bicycles LLC, (a guide owned business) is looking for help in our guiding dept. We have developed the first bicycle rental and tour services located at the South Rim and operate several tours per day. The tours operate seasonally March –November weather permitting. The tours run in two directions, the most popular is the Hermit Rd tour followed by the new edition to the park trail system Yaki Point tour!

The Hermit Rd tour starts with a shuttle ride from the Mather Point Visitors Center (M.P.V.C) to Hopi Pt., from there it is 5.5 miles and 90% downhill to Hermits Rest. Total time is 3 hours including shuttle ride. Tours depart at 10am and 3pm.

The Yaki Tour starts at the MPVC and rides along the newly constructed greenway trail to (you guessed it) Yaki Pt.! The ride has a 150 ft. elevation gain on the way to…

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50+ Job Hunt Tips


If you’re a boomer or senior going back to work, changing jobs, or seeking part time work to supplement your retirement income, you may have a hard road ahead of you. While there are savvy recruiters who will realize that your experience and your work ethic make you an attractive candidate many will have some pre-conceived notions about you, the “old person,” as a prospective employee.

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You can dispel all of these issues with your cleverly-worded cover letter, and, should you get that interview, with the answers you provide and even the questions you ask, in the interview itself.  Continue reading “50+ Job Hunt Tips”