How much does the Grand Canyon Skywalk cost? Grand Canyon Skywalk Prices and Tickets Here are the 2015 Grand Canyon Skywalk prices for the Tour Packages to visit Grand Canyon West:. Hualapai Legacy Package $43.42 Per Person Skywalk ticket NOT INCLUDED Photo opportunities with Hualapai Members Hop-on / Hop-off Shuttle to All 3 Viewpoints: Eagle Point, Guano Point, Hualapai Ranch Time to allow: 3 to 4 Hours Legacy Gold Package $80.94 Per Person Skywalk ticket to walk on the glass bridge over the Grand Canyon Meal at viewpoint of your choice Photo opportunities … [Read more...]
Visiting Grand Canyon West
The Grand Canyon Skywalk is located at Grand Canyon West on the Hualapai Tribal lands. Click here for the Grand Canyon Skywalk price, tickets and address. Temperatures in the summer are warmer than at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. However, for those with less time or inclination to go all the way to the South Rim, Grand Canyon West is your closest Grand Canyon vacation experience to the Las Vegas area. You can Click here for how to drive to grand canyon skywalk from las vegas.
How to drive to Grand Canyon Skywalk from Las Vegas How do I drive from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon Skywalk? Do I need Tickets or a Reservation? What are the Prices? To Learn More about the Grand Canyon Skywalk - Click Here Tour Options to Grand Canyon Skywalk I Googled a Map of the Driving directions on how to drive to Grand Canyon Skywalk from Las Vegas. Google is estimating a 2 hour and 20 minute drive. It is approximately 125 Miles or 201 Kilometers to the Skywalk. You simply take Highway 95 out of Vegas, which becomes Highway 93 just before Boulder City, … [Read more...]
Road to Skywalk not paved? Have you heard that the road to Grand Canyon West where the Skywalk is located is not paved? People chatting with me frequently have been told that the road is to be avoided because of the damage to cars. I happily respond that the road is completely paved! But it hasn't always been that way. The bumpy road had been a source of complaints and difficulties for many years - since before the Skywalk opened in March 2007. Tour operators had complained of broken windows, flat tires, missing hubcaps and dust. Car rental companies didn't want you to take their … [Read more...]
Are you planning to drive to the Skywalk? Do you want to do more than take a day trip? Maybe you should consider staying at the cabins at Grand Canyon West; at the Hualapai Ranch, in fact. These cabins are very rustic so if you are looking for a Dude Ranch experience this might be the one. Where to Stay Near the Skywalk There are two options for lodging on Hualapai Land; the Hualapai Ranch, aka the cabins at Grand Canyon West and the Hualapai Lodge at Peach Springs. The Hualapai Lodge is an option but it is almost as far from the Skywalk as Las Vegas - approximately 130 miles. If you … [Read more...]
Location & Directions | Open & Close | Entrance Packages & Parking Please note that paving of the road to Grand Canyon West is complete. Location & Directions: Grand Canyon West is located in northwest corner of Arizona and can be accessed by car, helicopter and plane. This area of the canyon is privately owned and operated by the Hualapai American Indians. There is entry fee for access. BY CAR From Las Vegas - 2 ½ hours Take US-95/US-93 South towards Kingman, AZ Turn left and take Pierce Ferry Road Turn right onto Diamond Bar Road and stay on this … [Read more...]