Grand Canyon West is a popular tourist destination in Las Vegas, located approximately 120 miles east of the city. The area is home to the world-famous Grand Canyon, a breathtaking natural wonder that attracts millions of visitors from all over the world each year. Visitors to Grand Canyon West can experience the awe-inspiring beauty of the canyon up close and personal, with a wide range of attractions, activities, and tours to choose from.
One of the most popular attractions at Grand Canyon West is the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a horseshoe-shaped glass bridge that extends 70 feet out over the edge of the canyon, providing visitors with a stunning view of the canyon floor 4,000 feet below. The Skywalk is a truly unique experience and offers visitors a chance to feel like they are walking on air, suspended high above one of the most beautiful natural wonders in the world.
In addition to the Skywalk, Grand Canyon West offers a variety of other attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy. These include helicopter and airplane tours that provide a bird’s-eye view of the canyon, as well as river rafting, hiking, and horseback riding tours that take visitors deep into the heart of the canyon for a more intimate experience.
One of the most popular tours at Grand Canyon West is the Hualapai Ranch Adventure, which takes visitors on a journey back in time to the Wild West. This tour includes a wagon ride, a cowboy cookout, and live entertainment, providing visitors with a taste of what life was like in the old days.
Another popular attraction at Grand Canyon West is the Hualapai Village, where visitors can experience the rich culture and history of the Hualapai people, who have called the Grand Canyon home for thousands of years. The village includes a variety of cultural exhibits and live performances, as well as traditional arts and crafts for sale.
Visitors to Grand Canyon West can also take a scenic drive along the famous Route 66, which runs through the nearby town of Seligman, Arizona. This historic route is known for its unique roadside attractions and vintage Americana, making it a must-see for visitors who are interested in the history and culture of the United States.
Grand Canyon West admission tickets can be purchased online or at the entrance to the park. The ticket includes access to the Grand Canyon Skywalk, as well as other attractions and activities, such as the Hualapai Ranch Adventure and the Hualapai Village. Visitors can also purchase add-on activities, such as helicopter and airplane tours, river rafting, and horseback riding tours.
Overall, Grand Canyon West is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Las Vegas. With its breathtaking views, unique attractions, and rich cultural heritage, the Grand Canyon offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience that visitors will never forget. Whether you’re looking for adventure, relaxation, or a chance to connect with nature, Grand Canyon West has something to offer for everyone.
WHAT IS GENERAL ADMISSION?
The General Admission ticket is your Day Pass to the Tourism Area of the Hualapai Indian The General Admission ticket is your Day Pass to the Grand Canyon West, the Tourism Area of the Hualapai Nation, a federally recognized Indian Tribe located in northwestern Arizona. The Day Pass includes the use of our onsite Hop-On Hop-Off shuttle service for a self-guided tour of all points of interest at Grand Canyon West. Included in this package are the live performances, scenic viewpoints, cultural activities, and more. Explore ticket options, including bundled savings opportunities. Your ticket purchase supports the Hualapai Tribe Nation, a sovereign Indian nation that does not receive federal funding, with proceeds helping to sustain the Indigenous peoples that call the Hualapai Indian Reservation home.
ARE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED?
If you are driving yourself to Grand Canyon West for the day, reservations are not required. Reservations are required for overnight stays (to ensure availability), rafting excursions, and tours that include transportation to Grand Canyon West. Explore ticket options, including bundled savings opportunities.
CAN I BUY TICKETS ON-SITE?
Yes, you can purchase tickets to Grand Canyon West and Skywalks on-site. Please be aware some attractions have limited availability and reservations are highly encouraged, these include helicopter tours, pontoon tours and the zipline. If you do not purchase tickets for these in advance, we cannot guarantee you will be able to on the day of arrival.
WHAT PAYMENT PROVIDERS DO YOU ACCEPT?
We are proud to accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, WeChat Pay, Alipay, Citcon and Union Pay at Grand Canyon West. Explore ticket options, including bundled savings opportunities. Your ticket purchase supports the Hualapai Tribe Nation, a sovereign Indian nation that does not receive federal funding, with proceeds helping to sustain the Indigenous peoples that call the Hualapai Indian Reservation home.
IS THERE A DRESS CODE OR RECOMMENDED ATTIRE?
Grand Canyon West is open daily from 8 am until sundown, with the last entry at 6:00 pm from mid-March through October, and 5:00 pm from November to March. Guests are not able to enter the West Rim after the last entry time.
ARE PETS ALLOWED AT GRAND CANYON WEST?
Pets are not permitted on tours or allowed to be left in parked cars. Pet accommodations are available at the Hualapai Ranch (fee applies). Service animals are permitted on tours. Pets are allowed in the Cabins at Grand Canyon West for overnight guests, however, guests must indicate they are traveling with a pet to be placed in a pet-friendly room.
WHAT TRANSPORTATION IS AVAILABLE?
Grand Canyon West offers Hop-On, Hop-Off Shuttles within the site to explore Eagle Point, The Skywalk and Guano Point. Bus companies and tour partners out of Las Vegas also offer transportation to Grand Canyon West. Learn more about all of the things you can do at Grand Canyon West.
ARE MASKS REQUIRED TO EXPERIENCE GRAND CANYON WEST?
Effective Friday, March 25th: Guests are no longer required to wear masks, except while on buses and any transportation.
DO YOU HAVE DINING OPTIONS?
When you get hungry, you’ll find food available for purchase at the Grand Canyon West Terminal, Eagle Point, and Guano Point. Learn more about the dining options.
CAN I BRING FOOD AND BEVERAGES TO GRAND CANYON WEST?
Bringing outside food and beverages to Grand Canyon West is not permitted. Grand Canyon West offers a variety of meal options including vegetarian and gluten-free options. Learn more about the dining options.
HOW BIG IS THE GRAND CANYON?
The Grand Canyon is entirely located in Arizona, situated in the northwest corner closest to the According to the National Park Service, the entire Grand Canyon is 1,904 square miles. Explore how you can experience one of the seven wonders of the world at Grand Canyon West.