Grand Canyon Skywalk
Suspended 4,000 feet above the floor, views from the Grand Canyon Skywalk are a glorious thing to behold. With a floor made of glass, you can see all around you, from top to bottom!
The new year is in full swing and spring is vastly approaching. If you’re looking for an exciting Spring Break adventure, consider a Grand Canyon Skywalk Tour currently offered at the park. The Skywalk is a specially-designed structure suspended an amazing 4,000... Read More >
You probably assume that the Grand Canyon West Rim and Skywalk are part of the Grand Canyon National Park. Actually, They aren’t. This part of the Grand Canyon belongs to the Hualapai Tribe and provides the largest portion of the tribe’s income. The... Read More >
We thank you for continuing to follow our in-depth multi-part series, The Grand Canyon Spring and Summer Trip Planning Guide. In the past couple of weeks, you have learned about the backcountry permit, when you need one, and information pertaining to hiking the Grand... Read More >
The Grand Canyon Skywalk The Grand Canyon Skywalk is an immense structure that is suspended 4,000 feet over the base of the canyon. The companies, Lochsa Engineering and MRL Associates out of Las Vegas developed a partnership with contractors from the same area to... Read More >
There’s no real way to describe the Skywalk without showing you some great Grand Canyon Skywalk pictures. In Grand Canyon West, the Skywalk is a glass bridge suspended 4,000 feet above the floor of the Canyon. It’s the closest you can come to flying... Read More >