Grand Canyon West is the only place in the Canyon where visitors can access the Colorado River via helicopter and is home to the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a glass walkway 4000 ft above the canyon floor.
The other site attractions inculde Guano Point with panoramic canyon views, the Hualapai Market, High Point Eatery, and the historic Highpoint Hike; Eagle Point hosts the Grand Canyon Skywalk, Native American dance performances, and the Indian Village with authentic recreations of multiple tribes dwellings and The Skywalk Cafe; and The Hualapai Ranch, which is a western town with cowboy performances, horseback riding, wagon rides, and a Cowboy Cookout.
All inclusive tours are available from Las Vegas, Phoenix and Sedona by airplane, helicopter, coach, SUV, and Hummer. Grand Canyon West is open daily and overnight cabins are available.
Prices are subject to change.
The Hualapai Tribe collects fees to enter any part of the reservation as certain parts of the reservation are restricted to the general public. All fees are subject to change at any time.
Food service is limited, usually as part of a package tour.
To drive to Grand Canyon West, take I-40 to Kingman, Arizona. Turn north on US 93 and proceed about 30 miles to the Pierce Ferry Road; turn right. After 28 miles on the Pierce Ferry Road, turn right on Diamond Bar Road. It is then 14 miles of dirt road and 7 miles of paved road to Grand Canyon West. Shuttle service is available from the reservation boundary for a fee.
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