Skywalk at Grand Canyon West and the Natural Fear of Heights

Skywalk at Grand Canyon West, Arizona Solid Steel and Five Layers of Thick Glass Skywalk at Grand Canyon West Yes… We Know… Many people are afraid of heights. We Understand. It’s Okay. It is the Grand Canyon, after all. And the Skywalk… This truly unique adventure is not for everybody. That is why Skywalk is…

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Skywalk Glass Bridge Grand Canyon West

Skywalk Glass Bridge at Grand Canyon West Skywalk Glass Bridge The Skywalk Glass Bridge is a Popular Attraction at Grand Canyon West Imagine this: The southern rim of the Grand Canyon is 70 feet behind you; the northern face of the Grand Canyon is 3 miles in front of you. And looking down through the…

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Las Vegas to Skywalk Tours

Five Ways to Get To Skywalk The Skywalk Tours at Grand Canyon West are clearly among the most popular Las Vegas day trips. Skywalk Tours are getting more popular every day. Not everyone wants the same type of tour, and there are some really great choices for your Skywalk day trip. Here are some ideas…

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Glass Bridge – How High Is The Skywalk?

Skywalk Glass Bridge at Grand Canyon West The Grand Canyon is one of the most popular destinations in the American West, and one of the greatest natural wonders in the world. Now, with the new Skywalk, we have something else to help us with comparisons. This interesting picture compares Skywalk Glass Bridge with some of…

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Skywalk – Update 2011

Skywalk at Grand Canyon West opened March 20, 2007, over 4 years ago. Skywalk 2011 Progress Continues at Grand Canyon West Much has changed since then; the experience at Grand Canyon West is better now than ever before. Still raw, rugged, and unfinished, Grand Canyon West is a place where you can feel like you…

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Grand Skywalk Video Grand Canyons West – Skywalk Tours

Grand Skywalk Video Grand Canyons West – Skywalk Tours This is one of my favorite Grand Canyon Skywalk Videos. I was driving guests on tours from Las Vegas to the Hualapai Nation’s Grand Canyon West years before the dream of Skywalk came true. In the early days at Grand Canyon West, I was able to…

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Skywalk to Las Vegas, Diamond Bar Road – Hazards of a Gravel Road

Skywalk to Las Vegas, Diamond Bar Road – Hazards of a Gravel Road I was up at Grand Canyon West for a Skywalk tour from Las Vegas yesterday, having a great time with some terrific guests who became my new friends from Loo-Zee-Anne. Joyce Had A Great Day at The Grand Canyon Joyce at the…

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Grand Canyons West Diamond Bar Road – The Road to Skywalk, Part 2

Diamond Bar Road and Grand Canyons West:The Road to Skywalk, Part 2 As mentioned in Part 1, the general conditions of Diamond Bar Road kept most people away from Grand Canyon West, and because of this, only a small group of people ever got to see the Grand Canyons from Quartermaster. Grand Canyons West –…

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Grand Canyons West Diamond Bar Road – The Road to Skywalk, Part 1

Diamond Bar Road and Grand Canyons West: The Road to Skywalk, Part 1 The Hualapai people have always known their land was special, and over the years they shared the views of the Grand Canyons at a place they call Quartermaster Point. This was only available to the small handful of people willing to challenge…

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