Grand Canyon Skywalk
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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 75%History Buffs
Member Reviews (28)
- Grand Canyon SkywalkJul 14, 2013
We paid $75 just to walk on this skywalk which I think is not worth it. Yes it is a once in a lifetime experience but just looking the grand canyon without having to walk on that skywalk is enough and saves you money definitely. it was indeed a breathtaking sight of grand canyon bit I'm not going back during summer because it's excruciatingly hot. I had fun though.
- Grand Canyon SkywalkOct 10, 2012
Hey Tiffany, I checked this one out at West Canyon (closer to Vegas) and for $50 I think it was worth it. You put little cloth booties over your shoes and walk out on a glass structure so you can stare straight down into the Canyon. They end up charging you an extra $20 or something like that for a mandatory 1 mile round-trip bus-ride to the skywalk, so there is a hidden cost.
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- Grand Canyon SkywalkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 3Aug 08, 2012
The Skywalk at the Grand Canyon is awesome! It's a bit of a trek from the more visited spots but you can a few hour tour bus from Vegas, or you can stay a about 1-2 hours away in Kingman and check out a section of Route 66 like I did. Come with some money though; you must pay for a shuttle that makes 4 stops along the rim, one of which is the Skywalk at Eagles Point with another fee for the Skywalk. Definitely worth it though!
- Grand Canyon SkywalkAug 06, 2012
I loved the skywalk, at first my husband was terrified, as we were walking around the half circle he started to get a little gamer, I recommend this trip, expecially on the coaches, also I loved meeting the American Indians (Hopi ) all in the cowboy and Indian dress, I think we met the chief, it was a lovely and educational day.
- Grand Canyon SkywalkMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesLuxury Travelers+ 3First to ReviewJul 05, 2012
What an amazing engineering feat to build this glass bottom footbridge that perches out of the edge of the canyon!
The Skywalk is owned and commissioned by the Hualapai tribe that means the visit will include an insider s look of the Hualapai culture and beliefs which were an eye opener.
The walk itself almost seem too short but the technical achievement and the architectural feat that went into building of this adventurous tourist attractive was no short walk.