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!
Skywalk Views, History and Engineering
Built in 2004, the Grand Canyon Skywalk hangs fantastically, with no base support, 70 feet over the rim. It was expertly engineered to not interfere with the breathtaking beauty of the Grand Canyon. Learn more about the incredible structure in the video below. Though it may look intimidating, it’s incredibly safe. It’s enough to support 71 million pounds! It can withstand 8.0 earthquakes and winds up to 100mph! Make memories for a lifetime on the skywalk.
Ready to see it for yourself!?
We’ve chosen the top 3 Skywalk Tours handpicked by our visitors. With an itinerary planned for you and excellent guides, it’s an awesome way to see a most inspiring part of the Grand Canyon.
Skip the Line: Grand Canyon Skywalk Express Helicopter Tour
Visit the Skywalk in style. On an express helicopter tour. Perfect for the impatient traveler, it’s one of the quickest ways to get to the Grand Canyon. Fly over Lake Mead, the Hoover Dam and the Vegas Strip, then embark on the amazing views of the Canyon from overhead.
Grand Canyon West Rim Adventure and Skywalk Tour
The most adventurous traveller will love this Cessna airplane ride from Phoenix. Then tour the West Rim including Eagle Point to enjoy Native American performances, lunch on the rim of the canyon and some hiking. Catch a glimpse of more beauty on a boat ride down the Colorado River. And visit the Skywalk, to see it all.
Grand Canyon & Hoover Dam Day Trip with Optional Skywalk
Jump on a comfy bus/coach and head out to the Grand Canyon on this day trip. You’ll stop at the famous Hoover Dam along the way and then spend four hours at the Grand Canyon. You have the option of exploring the Skywalk for panoramic views.