Skywalk at Grand Canyon

To many the 7 mile gravel road trip into Skywalk at Grand Canyon and the “tourist trap” price factor prevent them from enjoying this facility.

Worth remembering is that the Skywalk is managed and contributes to the Hualapai Tribe who are the traditional owners of this land. Than any trip to the grand Canyon is worth a trip out here simply as a sign of respect to the traditional owners. This acknowledgement can also make for a more grounded Grand Canyon experience and set you off on the right path. As you set out the walk of 21 metres (70ft) around the horseshoe shaped walk consider the Hualapai, meaning “People of The Tall Pines,” people who have walked these lands right up to the San Francisco Mountains for generations.

Also See Grand Canyon family vacations and Grand Canyon mule rides.

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The bridge floats out 4000 feet above the canyon and provides for an interesting scene.

About half of the tribe today numbering in the thousands live in Peach Springs and tourism at the Canyon West facility aids in their economic future.

An Ultimate Entry Package - $70.95* plus tax, $8 impact fee & $3 fuel surcharge (at the time of writing)

Legacy Gold package includes, Skywalk Ticket Meal at viewpoint of choice, Hualapai Legacy Package, Hualapai Visitation Certificate, Photo opportunities with Hualapai Members, , On-Hop-Off Shuttle to all viewpoints and more.

The Skywalk is Included in Gold Package or for an additional 29.95 to other packages.

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Skywalk at Grand Canyon

This video Shows some good images of the bigger picture of the surrounding landscape. Also the road into peach Springs.


Aerial views by helicopter of the Area around grand Canyon West

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