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The Grand Canyon Skwalk, Eagle Point, and Guano Point will reopen on June 1, 2020. Reopening dates for Hualapai Ranch and cabins, Zipline at Grand Canyon West, Sky View Restaurant, Hualapai River Runners, Hualapai Lodge, and pontoon operations will be announced at a later date. Grand Canyon West Reopening Guidelines
Grand Canyon West has features you just won’t find at the South or North Rims. Get an aerial view of the Canyon through a glass bridge on the Skywalk, take a white water rafting tour with Hualapai River Runners , take a helicopter & boat tour, soar over cliffs on a zip line, and explore the area’s history at the Native American Village and Guano Point.
Grand Canyon West is just a two hour drive from Las Vegas and a quick drive from Laughlin, or Lake Havasu and offers plenty of activities and sights that can be experienced in one day. Start planning your Grand Canyon West vacation today.
Experience Grand Canyon West
Getting Here Your Adventure at a Glance
The activities at Grand Canyon West are split between two locations: The West Rim and Peach Springs. At the West Rim, you’ll find the Skywalk, ziplining, aerial tours, and calm floats down the Colorado River. You’ll also find Hualapai Ranch, where you can rent a cabin and experience the history and culture of the Canyon.
Peach Springs is the launch point for Colorado River whitewater rafting trips. It’s about a two hour drive from the West Rim, and you can stay at the Hualapai Lodge. Peach Springs is along an unspoiled section of historic Route 66, so in addition to seeing the Canyon you’ll be able to experience a stretch of this iconic highway.