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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. Make Grand Canyon Skywalk part of your personalized Meadview itinerary using our Meadview trip generator.
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  • Too expensive, customer service is terrible. Won't go again. The view is lovely and the Skywalk is not that great. Photography not permitted but an annoying photographer is taking up your walk space t...  more »
  • Not everyone can say they went on a glass outlook 40,000 feet above the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River, but if you go on the Skywalk, you can join me in saying you did. They do not allow you to b...  more »
  • Wow! is all I can say the scenery here is mind blowing. We drove to the canyon which is about two hours from Los Vegas and takes you into Arizona. Upon arrive you purchase your tickets and proceed to ...  more »
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  • Not as expected. I brought 3 cameras. They will not let you take it to the glass bridge. If I new I would buy a different package. I am not interested in them photos for $60. Them website does mot say about cameras, at least I did not see it. This is not nice. The place amazing, but because of this I don't think I will come back
  • Overpriced. The $80 per person adds up if you go with family. The people are good and customer service great, hence the two stars. I will definitely never go back. Go to Grand canyon west and see almost same views for free.
  • CANNOT SEE Grand Canyon without paying $50 from this place. Add another $22 if you want to use Skywalk. Look in Dictionary for "Tourist Trap" you will see a picture of this place. No choice, no alternatives, PAY or LEAVE. If we would have driven directly to the National Park we would have taken the same time to get there, but this road ONLY goes to the PRIVATE West Grand Canyon Company trap. Sadly, once you've taken the bait, the road to the real Grand Canyon is 4 hours away. Disappointed family - DO NOT GO HERE!!! Drove 6 hours to see NOTHING.
  • The views from the Grand Canyon West are amazing, specially Guano Point. The staff everywhere was nice and fairly efficient operation of the park. However, skip the Skywalk upcharge and if you can, bring your own food. They don't allow you to take pictures in the Skywalk at all. You have to buy their pictures which is another $64 if you want them digitally. They don't tell you anything about no pictures in the website and after you travel all the way there they have you at their mercy. Their basic package will let you go to 3 different spots on their bus route which is somewhat reasonable. We did the Skywalk which was fun but definitely not worth the extra price and their greedy no pictures allowed. You are not saving any money on the food included in package. It only includes limited menu items a d not even a soda.
  • So I'm only giving this a 3 because the view was amazing, and Skywalk was really cool but not worth almost $80... the extra things they made you purchase, the food, and the 'ranch' stop. This definitely wasn't something we wanted to do and there wasn't a cheaper option to just do the 2 canyon visit alone with no extras..