Located within the Hualapai Tribal Reservation, just a couple of hours Southeast of Las Vegas, the West Rim is commercially less developed and therefore a little less crowded. Here, naturally-carved rock formations such as Eagle Point and Guano Point serve as a backdrop to many a tourist photo. Most notable now is the Skywalk Bridge, a horseshoe shapped glass walkway that extends 70 feet out from the wall of the canyon and allows guests to look approximately 1 mile down into the Canyon.
Grand Canyon West Rim Tours – Helicopters Airplanes Buses. Owned and operated by the Hualapai Indian Tribe, Grand Canyon West provides guests an opportunity to connect with nature and explore the West Rim of the Grand Canyon from top to bottom. From walking the world famous glass-bottomed Skywalk bridge and hiking at Guano Point to aerial helicopter or airplane tours and river tours, you can soak in nature’s beauty at your own pace.
Skywalk & Eagle Point: Walk 4,000 feet above the Grand Canyon on this horseshoe-shaped bridge. Eagle Point also offers a Native American gift shop, the Skywalk Cafe, and the newly opened Sa’Nyu Wa Restaurant which means ‘Home of The Eagle.’
Aerial Tours: Fly high above the canyon with aerial tours from the top rated helicopter and airplane operators! Choose from a variety of options to enjoy your unique experience including landing on the floor of the Grand Canyon or meeting up with a Pontoon to float down the Colorado River.
Hualapai Ranch: Stay on the edge of the Grand Canyon when you rent one of their cozy cabins. The ranch currently offers 26 rustic cabins, with 13 new ones being added, and an array of exciting activities, restaurants and features to experience that classic cowboy feel.
Guano Point: Hike to the ruins of an old guano mine and enjoy panoramic views of the Grand Canyon at Guano Point. This spot also offers a deli with canyon views and the Hualapai Market offering Native American goods.