Hualapai Nation at Grand Canyon West


Hualapai tribe member overlooking the west side of the Grand Canyon. Courtesy Photo

The Hualapai tribe has chosen tourism to develop its economic independence. Included in Hualapai Tourism is Grand Canyon West, plus Hualapai River Runners and Lodge.

Grand Canyon Skywalk

Just 120 miles east of Las Vegas, Grand Canyon West is home of the Skywalk, the glass walkway 4,000 feet above the canyon floor. The Skywalk offers multiple viewpoints of the canyon and the Colorado River. The area also includes a Native American Village with multiple authentic tribal dwellings and Native American live performances.

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River Runners and Helicopter Flights

Grand Canyon West is the only place in the entire Grand Canyon to take a helicopter flight 4,000 feet below for a boat ride on the river.
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Hualapai Ranch and Hualapai Lodge

Also located at Grand Canyon West is the Hualapai Ranch, with cowboy hospitality, entertainment, horseback and wagon rides, and overnight canyon-facing cabins. The Hualapai Lodge on Historic Route 66 is a perfect point for Grand Canyon activities, particularly Hualapai River Runners, the only one-day Grand Canyon whitewater rafting trip. Come take part in the Hualapai Legacy.

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Grand Canyon West Reservations
Telephone: (888) 868-9378 or (928) 769-2636

Visitor’s Center:
Grand Canyon West Air Terminal
5001 Buck and Doe Road
Grand Canyon West, AZ 86023
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