Grand Canyon Skywalk Tours
The Grand Canyon Skywalk, also known as the "glass bridge" that extends over the edge of the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, is a rare architectural accomplishment. Visitors of the Grand Canyon Skywalk can walk over the edge of the Grand Canyon on a clear, glass-floored structure built to withstand over 71 million pounds of weight and experience seeing the canyon drop from below their feet. The Skywalk was made to withstand high-winds, harsh winter weather conditions and forces of nature beyond what is typical for the area. The Skywalk is so strong it can hold the weight of 71 loaded 747 passenger planes stacked on top of one another. This amazing structure is most accessible from the West Rim via Las Vegas. There are several Grand Canyon tour companies from Las Vegas that package the Skywalk with helicopter tours, SUV or coach rides, and tours of Hoover Dam, Lake Mead and other places of interest on the way to the Skywalk.
DETOURS Grand Canyon West Hualapai Nation
Experience the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, with approximately 4 hours on the Hualapai Indian Nation. Join DETOURS on a memorable journey from Las Vegas to the magnificent West Rim with optional Grand Canyon Skywalk, helicopter and Colorado River upgrades available.
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Visit the Grand Canyon Skywalk / West Rim
Tours to the West Rim, home of the Grand Canyon Skywalk, located only 3 hours away from Las Vegas by road and less than an hour by air. Find an incredible tour at a low price guarantee!
Grand Canyon Skywalk Tours
Walk the cantilevered glass bridge suspended 4,000 feet above the Canyon floor. See 10 different ways to see the Grand Canyon Skywalk: bus, helicopter, airplane from Las Vegas.
All Las Vegas Tours to the Skywalk
Grand Canyon West Rim and Skywalk tours. Walk out 70 feet over the edge of the West Rim. Take a tour to the Grand Canyon Skywalk by bus, helicopter, airplane or SUV from Las Vegas.
Take a walk over the West Rim of the Grand Canyon's edge on the first-ever 4,000-foot high glass bridge. This attraction is located only 3 hours away from Las Vegas by road and less than an hour by air. Experience an eagle-eye view of Lake Mead and Hoover Dam on your way to the Grand Canyon on a premier helicopter tour from Las Vegas. The Skywalk is an opportunity to see the Grand Canyon like never before.
Wildland Trekking Company
Join our 2 to 8-day backcountry tours, with gourmet food and quality gear served up by the most experienced, knowledgeable guides with 20 yrs experience in adventure travel.
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