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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The hiking around was truly amazing!!! The Skywalk was outstanding and worth doing the professional photos!!! more »
They did not allow us to take our camera inside , we had to pay $64 more to take the photos by their photographer She gave me a link to download the pictures, I could not believe it , very low... more »
Overall this is a cool experience and worth the 20 bucks we paid per person to go out and look over the canyon rim. However, I really wish that we would have made more of an effort to plan to avoid... more »
This was a nice place. I went to the west rim and north rim. best decision to see both of the rims. This one is not that popular since people go the other one more likely. There is a fake hype that sky walk is not good compare to the north rim. let me tell you these both rims are almost the same and in west you can actually enjoy the sky walk which is worth the price and there is a bus service that will take you from stop A to B and there are 4 stops and all shows the Native culture and Grand Canyon memories.
Go on a week day and early in the morning if you can. Awesome visit. Staff was pleasant and views were awesome. A little expensive but its once in a lifetime... Get your tickets online and go for it.
Took a trip out west and the Skywalk was a bucket list. We went to the Skywalk May 26, 2019. I require oxygen due to a rare lung cancer that I now have. The entire staff was so accommodating. I was in a transport chair. So to all handicap people or people in my condition that has wheel chairs and on oxygen they are great! The shuttle buses have ramps to bring you aboard. They took us through special entrances and brought us ahead. This was a concern because of oxygen needs and running out. The handicap parking spaces were filled, but they made accommodations for convenient up front parking. Please please thank the staff and everyone for being so considerate. Back to the Skywalk. Loved it. Great views and enjoyed a shuttle bus discussion of the canyon and history on the way back to the vehicle.
I love adventures and I could resist but to step foot on the Grand Canyon SkyWalk. The views were dazzling regardless of where you look. And to really admire this great attraction, I invite you to watch a documentary how it was built. You’ll be fascinated by the engineering & structural feat! A few notes, they will not allow you to take anything on you as to avoid dropping items on the glass and there will be a professional photographer to take your pictures.
My family and I went a few weeks ago. This was my dream vacation. We went on the Skywalk and no, you can not take your phone or camera. And I get why, but that really needs to be on your website, not nice of you to not disclose that. But I did research beforehand and saw you tube videos about this. So I was aware of it. It is also better to buy your tickets before you go, so much better. But other than that, it was an amazing & unforgettable experience. Everyone should go at least once! And buy your gifts at the tent as it's really reasonably priced items.
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