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What Grand Canyon guide would be complete without delving into the wonders of the Grand Canyon Skywalk. We’ll explore the skywalk and places to visit near there.
The Grand canyon Skywalk is an amazing structure hovering 4,000 feet above the Grand Canyon floor. It’s suspended 70 feet off the rim and built with a glass floor, for the most fantastic views. The Skywalk is definitely one of the more popular places to visit because, there’s no better way to really be as immersed in the Grand Canyons awesomeness.
The construction of the Skywalk was an amazing feat of technology. Though it may sound frightening to some, it’s as solid as can be. This video highlights the construction and pans through some awe inspiring views that photographs just cannot capture.
What you may not know about the Skywalk, is that it’s not located inside the Grand Canyon National park, and doesn’t belong the park itself. It’s located on the grounds of the Hualapai Tribe in Grand Canyon West. Since its construction in 2007, the tribe has managed the Skywalk and it has become a large part of their income.
If you’ve been waiting to see the amazing Grand Canyon Skywalk, take a look at our most popular Skywalk tour. Feel like a VIP with this tour…
Situated just west of the national park is the absolutely stunning and sensational Skywalk. This is a glass structure that extends over the rim of the canyon – immediately over the Hualapai Indian Reservation.
This is located about 250 miles away from the South Rim of the national park. Here, you will get to observe the canyon in all of its beauty. You will be absolutely thrilled by the appeal of the structure and the area!
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If you are looking to embark on an adventure that will ignite your imagination and create memories with your loved ones, the Grand Canyon is the perfect place!