grand canyon west

Discover Grand Canyon West Attractions and the Hualapai Tribe

Grand Canyon West is more than just the West Rim. Here, you’ll find two distinct destinations, each offering unique opportunities for exploration. For scenic vistas, ziplining, helicopter tours, the Skywalk, and smooth floats down the Colorado River, head to the West Rim.

If whitewater rapids are more your speed, check out one- or two-day whitewater rafting trips, which depart from our lodge in Peach Springs, AZ about a two hour drive from the Rim. Hualapai Lodge on Route 66 is worthy of a stop even if you don’t plan to splash down the river. Comfortable amenities, a fantastic restaurant, and a trading post with gifts and souvenirs await.

Click on the destinations below to find out more and purchase tickets for each area.

A view of the Skywalk at Grand Canyon West looking out over the Grand Canyon on a sunny day.

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Tour Grand Canyon West—home of the Skywalk at Eagle Point, Guano Point, and The Cabins at Grand Canyon West—to see the West Rim up close and personal.

The couches and check-in area at the Hualapai Lodge

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For comfortable accommodations in Peach Springs along historic Route 66, check into the Hualapai Lodge. Be sure to sample the amazing Hualapai tacos at our on-site restaurant, Diamond Creek Restaurant, during your stay. You’ll also find the Walapai Market here, where you can fill up on gas and snacks for the road.

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The Hualapai Nation’s culture and values are deeply engraved in the canyon walls and proudly displayed for the world to see at Grand Canyon West.

Getting Here

Your Adventure at a Glance

West Rim


West rim & Heliport
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Eagle Point
Guano Point
Hualapai Ranch
Peach Springs


Hualapai Lodge
Hualapai River Runners
Walapai Market
Hualapai Cultural Center