Grand Canyon Skywalk
Tourist enjoying the view at Grand Canyon Skywalk observation point, Las Vegas
Tourist enjoying the view at Grand Canyon Skywalk observation point, Las Vegas

Grand Canyon Skywalk Tours and Tickets

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The Grand Canyon Skywalk—a horseshoe-shaped, glass-bottomed bridge that juts out 70 feet (20 meters) above one of America’s most scenic sites—is not for the faint-hearted. Situated 4,000 feet (1,220 meters) above the Grand Canyon, the Skywalk offers unreal panoramic views of the West Rim and Colorado River.

  • 808 Eagle Point Road, Peach Springs, Arizona, 86434

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Ashraf_B, Nov 2023
Perfect tour
The tour was perfect. The bus was clean( it wasn't allowed to use the wc, but we had stpos). The guide was very nice. The driver was professional. Grand Canyon is amazing. Few passengers were late when we should been leaving Grand Canyon. This resulted in bed ng late when we reached Hoover dam. We reached there when it was already dark. It's s pity. I recommend this tour.
Eugene_P, Nov 2023
Tour guide and driver...
Tour guide and driver were awesome!!! Clean bus. Guide kept everything on time. A very funny comedian with sharp wit.
Pamela_M, Nov 2023
Would recommend to others.
Thomas and Andrew were great. Thomas was a careful driver and Andrew took good care of us and provided good information. My only criticism is that the toilet reeked of urine from morning. How often is it cleaned? Fortunately there were several bathroom stops.
Xun_M, Oct 2023
Fantastic guided tour
Jack provided considerate guide and service. Especially told us some tricks and safety related issues.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are Grand Canyon Skywalk hours of operation?
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Grand Canyon Skywalk hours of operation: . Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
People Also Ask
Q:Do you have to pay for the Grand Canyon Skywalk?
A:Yes, you have to pay for the Grand Canyon Skywalk—you can buy tickets in advance online. Note that you’ll need to first buy a Grand Canyon West general admission ticket and then add on a Skywalk ticket. Other available add-ons include tickets for the zipline and the helicopter pontoon tour.
Q:How long does it take to do the Grand Canyon Skywalk?
A:It doesn’t take very long to do the Grand Canyon Skywalk. The Glass Bridge isn’t very big, so you can be in and out in less than 15 minutes. However, if you want to have your photo taken then you may have to wait for a photographer to be available, particularly during busy times.
Q:What is the best time to visit the Grand Canyon Skywalk?
A:The best time to visit the Grand Canyon Skywalk is in the morning or at the very end of the day. The busiest time of day at the attraction is between 11am and 4pm, so avoid these times if you want to experience the Skywalk with fewer crowds.
Q:Are phones allowed on the Grand Canyon Skywalk?
A:No, phones aren’t allowed on the Grand Canyon Skywalk for safety reasons. However, free lockers are available for you to securely store your belongings before you head onto the Glass Bridge. Photographers are available if you want your picture taken, but it does cost extra.
Q:Can you take pictures on the Grand Canyon Skywalk?
A:No, you can’t take pictures on the Grand Canyon Skywalk, as phones and cameras aren’t allowed. However, there are professional photographers on hand, so you can get your photo taken. You can buy individual photos or entire photo packages at the end of your visit.
Q:Can I drive to the Grand Canyon Skywalk?
A:No, you can’t drive to the Grand Canyon Skywalk. Instead, you’ll need to park at the Grand Canyon West Welcome Center and then board a hop-on hop-off shuttle, which will take you straight there. If you have a disability or appropriate parking permit, you can drive directly to the Skywalk.