Things to do in
Grand Canyon West


This 10-foot wide, horseshoe-shaped glass bridge extends 70 feet out over the rim of the Grand Canyon giving you a clear view 4,000 feet to the floor of the Canyon below.

colorado river rafting

Experience immersive whitewater rafting tours that includes insights into the Hualapai Indian Tribe as well as paddle boat rentals for self-guided tours provided by Hualapai River Runners.

guano point

One of the most dramatic viewpoints of the Grand Canyon, Guano Point boasts the railing-less Highpoint Hike for stunning 360-degree views of the Canyon and what’s left of the tramway system.


Soar 500 feet above the floor of a spectacular side canyon as the terrain rushes by. With two runs and four lines per run you will be able to enjoy the ride with friends and family.


You’ll find treasures and keepsakes to remind you of your visit to Grand Canyon West at one of four places to shop, including a Native American boutique, two gift shops and a Native American Market.


Finding good food for even the finickiest eaters is a breeze at Grand Canyon West. You’ll find four dining options to choose from, offering American favorites and more.

eagle point

Named after a natural rock formation that looks like an eagle, Eagle Point is where you can immerse yourself in Native American culture through dance, self-guided tours and shopping.

helicopter & pontoon tours

Experience the Grand Canyon from a whole new level when you take flight in a helicopter and float in a pontoon. Stunning tours above the rim of the Grand Canyon lasting 12-15 minute and 20-minutes offer spectacular aerial views of the area from a helicopter.

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

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