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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...Read More
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...
- Stephanie WAn unbelievably amazing view of Eagle Point at the West Rim of the Grand Canyon and a great educational opportunity! The staff were all so friendly. The person that took our pictures on the Skywalk was so energetic which made me forget that I was standing on glass hundreds of miles above ground. I am glad that they provide the picture services as I would have been too scared to take pictures otherwise. Our lunch at the restaurant, which was included in our tickets, was delicious and made better by the spectacular view!
- Elizabeth HThe visit to the Skywalk area and entering the reserve was perfect to introduce our kids to the Grand Canyon for the first time! Way more accessible from Vegas and easier to drive too especially since we didn’t plan on doing intense hiking or anything; just seeing the vistas! To pay to enter the Indian Reserve would have been enough because the lookouts were good views...but the Skywalk was not really worth the money paid. We did it because it was our first time and probably only time to visit, so we tried it. Overall, great experience, lovely staff, and memories to last a lifetime. Photos taken were from the outlook points!
- I DGreat experience and super awesome to do! Best photographer: Berry is your man! He is the greatest as we had to redo our first pictures and he made us look great!! He knows all the angles, poses and background shots!! Girl with black hair at the picture purchase review spot: I wish I could remember her name, she was awesome, helped us get the best photos and recommend us to Berry then helped us with our purchase and was super friendly, knowledgeable and great personality made our experience even better! Nothing is allowed on the actual skywalk itself so leave bulky backpacks as they might not fit into the lockers, lockers are free, fits a few medium purses. There are areas around here to eat and a cafe is also up there. We went on a Thursday afternoon and no long lines, not too may people in buses and not crowded on the side of the canyon, was able to find great parking. Guess it depends which days you go because we had a blast!
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.