Click here to Purchase your Grand Canyon Skywalk Ticket (Please note: You should only purchase your tickets online if you are absolutely sure you will be going. If for any reason you aren't able to go, your tickets are not refundable. It is generally best to wait and purchase when you arrive at Grand Canyon West.) The Legacy Gold Package is the Ticket Price of $82.37* Per Adult for the Grand Canyon Skywalk. This has caused some confusion over time. You CANNOT buy a Ticket for the Grand Canyon Skywalk ONLY. You MUST buy the Legacy Gold Package OR Legacy VIP Package to enter the … [Read more...]
Planning your vacation begins with choosing a Destination-
The 4 Main Destinations for Visitors at Grand Canyon in Visitation Priority are:
- Is this your First time visiting?
- Time of year that you are traveling?
- Who you are traveling with and their interests?
- How much Time do you have to spend?
- What kind of activities do you want to experience?
Grand Canyon National Park shares the Best way to visit the Grand Canyon South Rim in 4 Hours or Less:
How to drive to Grand Canyon Skywalk from Las Vegas Grand Canyon Skywalk Ticket Prices ARE Packages The Legacy Gold Package is the Ticket Price of $82.37 for the Grand Canyon Skywalk. This has caused some confusion over time. You CANNOT just buy a Ticket to the Grand Canyon Skywalk ONLY. You MUST buy the Legacy Gold Package to enter the Skywalk -OR- it MUST be included in the Tour you book from Las Vegas. The Legacy Gold Package Includes: - Entrance Fee to the Hualapai Tribal Lands - Skywalk ticket to walk on the glass bridge over the Grand Canyon. - Meal at viewpoint of your … [Read more...]
Release Scheduled for 2014 If you will be in the East Rim area during the next couple of days (November 11 to 13th) you may be able to witness the release of water from Glen Canyon Dam that will flood the Grand Canyon via the Colorado River. Flooding began yesterday. Water has been released during November since 2012 making this the 3rd annual release. The water that disappears from Lake Powell will show up at Lake Mead in the amount of about 2.5 feet. Benefits of Flooding In the process of traveling from Lake Powell to Lake Mead it is hoped that the flooding will rebuild beaches along … [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...]