Grand Canyon Skywalk
Gaining the attention of more than 1 million tourists per year, the Hualapai tribe manages Grand Canyon West, the site of the Skywalk, and rafting down the Colorado River. Grand Canyon West lies near the Grand Canyon’s western side, which is separate from Grand Canyon National Park and is managed by the Government Park Service. It is 242 miles west of the South Rim Visitors Centre of Grand Canyon National Park, and so the two are a five-hour drive away. Las Vegas is the nearest big city, 120 km away. Grand Canyon Skywalk
The $30 million Skywalk, a horseshoe-shaped glass route, stays 4,000 feet above the Grand Canyon. The Skywalk, built-in 2007, gives you the impression you’re in the air. In reality, you can see tourists closing their eyes on the handrails anxiously. In the Skywalk building, don’t miss the exhibits on Hualapai’s history. A tour package must be bought for the Grand Canyon West, which is not part of the basis of the Grand Canyon National Park. To have some options such as Skywalk, helicopter and boat tours, horseback tours, and more, you must first buy a tour package.
How Do You Go to the Skywalk?
The Sky View Restaurant
The Entry Fees and Waiting Lines you have to follow
The History of Grand Canyon Skywalk
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