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Grand Canyon Skywalk, Hualapai Reservation

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Grand Canyon Skywalk--a transparent, horseshoe-shaped platform that extends over the edge of the Grand Canyon--is not for the faint of heart. Walk out and gaze down 1,000 m (3,500 ft) to see the Colorado River rushing below. This feat of modern engineering is part of the Hualapai Indian reservation; it was commissioned by and is owned by tribe. You must pay a fee to enter the reservation, plus an additional fee to go out on the platform. Personal items, including cameras, are not permitted on the Skywalk, but you can purchase a professional photograph of your visit from the gift shop. With our custom trip planner, Hualapai Reservation attractions like Grand Canyon Skywalk can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Sadly this place is mostly an overpriced tourist trap. I mean, the Grand Canyon is the Grand Canyon, so that's cool regardless. But I would really recommend going to a National Park entrance instead.....  more
    Sadly this place is mostly an overpriced tourist trap. I mean, the Grand Canyon is the Grand Canyon, so that's cool regardless. But I would really recommend going to a National Park entrance instead.....  more »
  • *Way overpriced and completely rude staff! Do not waste your time and money! There are far better places to view the Grand Canyon* As the saying goes, if I could give it zero stars... It is... 
    *Way overpriced and completely rude staff! Do not waste your time and money! There are far better places to view the Grand Canyon* As the saying goes, if I could give it zero stars... It is...  more »
  • Amazing views. Nicely run place. They do not allow cellphone use, so you cannot take pictures, but they have photographers on site that will take pics for a fee. There are several ways to get there.....  more
    Amazing views. Nicely run place. They do not allow cellphone use, so you cannot take pictures, but they have photographers on site that will take pics for a fee. There are several ways to get there.....  more »
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  • This was such a unique experience! Definitely more things to do than the south and north rim. It was pretty awesome having the native Americans singing as people explored the area. Do be aware that you cannot bring animals here but there is a location not far from the Grand Canyon where you can board them
  • Beautiful and breathtaking. Every angle has a different perspective of the Canyon and its beauty. You're not able to take anything on the skywalk, but they give you free lockers to store your items. You can play $25 for one of the associates to take one photo...Or you can pay $65 and the photographer will take up to 20 photos. All will be available at the end. They do make you put on special booties to not scratch the glass flooring. We were only able to get photos by going up to the restaurant taking photos through the window.
  • Best part of the whole experience is the part that is advertised the least - Guano Point. The views are absolutely amazing. We chose to skip the skywalk to save time and money. The line to get on it was very long and we didn't want to wait. But Guano Point made up for all of it. The meal at Guano Point left a lot to be desired. Was very little food and not that great. But you don't go here for the food. They should really lower the price on it though since you don't exactly get what you pay for. But Guano Point was amazing and could stay there all day long. That's why this gets 5 Stars in spite of the other notes. The workers are amazing people by the way!! Top notch service!
  • This was a part of the Grand Canyon West that is owned by a Native American Tribe. This was one of the best experiences of my life!!! The tickets are $75 but completely worth it! They also offer helicopter tours and boat tours. It’s only about a two hour drive from Las Vegas. It’s a must see!
  • This actually IS worth the money I payed for. I walked out on the glass walking over the canyon which was astounding magnificent. I have no problems with heights let alone walking on clear glass over possibly 2,000 feet plus. This has been a highlight of my trip.

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