Waking up to a beautiful sunrise over the Grand Canyon.

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Are you brave enough to walk the Grand Canyon Skywalk (4,000 ft above the bottom of the canyon)?

The Skywalk is breathtaking, but not just for the view.

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When you visit Grand Canyon Skywalk, don’t forget to take our self-guided tour through the Native American Village at Eagle Point. You’ll stroll through traditionally built housing, ovens, and sweat lodges and be amazed at the unique architecture, style, and functionality of each structure and f...

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When you visit Grand Canyon Skywalk, along with the amazing views, you also get an opportunity to learn about the culture, history and traditions of the Hualapai people. Make sure you take time to check out the displays during your time at Skywalk.

Here's what a recent visitor had to say after spending time at Grand Canyon West:

"Grand Canyon West is run by the Hualapai Tribe. I have visited the South Rim twice and this was our family's first time to the West Rim. I must say I like it much better. The people that work there are extremely p...

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If you're still trying to decide what to do this holiday weekend, why not visit Grand Canyon West and experience Skywalk, check out Guano Point, or ride our ziplines. Grand Canyon West will be open Memorial Day.

Grand Canyon Skywalk has been called an engineering marvel. Along with the amazing views, you can learn about how Skywalk was designed and created. Make sure you take time to check out our informational displays when you visit.


3 weeks ago
Do NOT be scared away by the cost of these tickets. It is worth every penny. Absolutely stunning, breath-taking, and an amazing opportunity to experience the majesty of the Grand Canyon in a whole new way. THE MORE YOU KNOW: 1. You can't take cameras or ANY personal items out onto the skywalk. The employees and facilities are awesome! We were provided with a locker key where we could store everything securely while we were out on the Skywalk. So don't worry about what to leave in the car and what to bring with you. 2. You're given these felt covers to go over your shoes to protect the glass of the Skywalk. There are benches where you can sit down and put the covers on before you go out on the Skywalk. 3. You can go out on the Skywalk more than once. We went out initially, had our pictures taken by one of the photographers, and then we went back inside to regroup. Then we went out again, by-passed the photography line, and just took it all in. And we went out one more time before...
- Sara M
2 weeks ago
Our time at the Grand Canyon West was a pleasant surprise and more than we expected. Not only did we venture out on the Skywalk viewing platform, which was a mind-bending experience as you try to walk where your mind is trying to tell your legs you can’t 🤯, but we also enjoyed local performances and saw interesting Hopi structures we’d never seen before. The next leg took us over to Guano Point where we thoroughly enjoyed scrambling over rocky paths and taking in the beauty of the Canyon and Colorado River. It was all worth the fees. Maybe next time we’ll do the helicopter 🚁 portion.
- Beth E
4 weeks ago
What an amazing experience. I'm scared to hell of heights but definitely had to experience the skywalk. I absolutely loved it. The photographer helped me to settle down with his jokes and then we were able to take some awesome pictures. Would definitely do it again. The views are amazing. Being that high up being able to see the canyon is a definite must do
- jay d


In the old days, the most thrilling view you could get of the Grand Canyon came standing at its edge. In 2007, that view got even better with the opening of the Skywalk at Eagle Point. This 10-foot-wide, horseshoe-shaped glass bridge extends 70 feet out over the rim of the Canyon. Look down and you can see right through the glass platform 4,000 feet to the floor of the Canyon below. Profiled by the National Geographic Channel, The Today Show, and CNN, this engineering marvel offers unparalleled views of the one of the world’s Seven Natural Wonders.


Nervous about walking on glass almost a mile above the Grand Canyon? Have no fear; the Skywalk is strong enough to bear the weight of seventy 747 passenger jets.

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