Grand Canyon West Rim
Man enjoing an amazing view over Grand Canyon West Rim, Nevada
Man enjoing an amazing view over Grand Canyon West Rim, Nevada

Grand Canyon West Rim Tours and Tickets

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The Grand Canyon's West Rim, located just outside Grand Canyon National Park, is home to the vast Hualapai Indian Reservation and includes 108 miles (173 kilometers) of picturesque canyon views. The closest section of the canyon to Las Vegas, the West Rim is famous for the lofty Grand Canyon Skywalk, Guano Point, and Eagle Point.

  • Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, 86023

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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.
People Also Ask
Q:How long does it take to tour the West Rim of the Grand Canyon?
A:A self-guided Grand Canyon West Rim tour will take about three to four hours to see and experience most everything there. Many tour companies run tours that also combine a visit to Hoover Dam, which takes more time.
Q:What should I not miss at the West Rim of the Grand Canyon?
A:When visiting the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, add the Grand Canyon West Skywalk to your admission ticket. The 70-foot (21-meter) glass bridge allows you to walk across the canyon at 4,000 feet (1,219 meters) above its floor for unobstructed views.
Q:What is the best time to visit Grand Canyon West Rim?
A:Spring and fall are the best times to visit Grand Canyon West as these seasons allow you to avoid the summer crowds and heat that come in June, July, and August. The best time of day to visit is later in the afternoon so you can catch a sunset.
Q:How much is the entrance fee to West Rim Grand Canyon?
A:Grand Canyon West Rim tickets start at US$49. A general admission ticket gives you access to the Hualapai Tribal Nation–owned attractions Eagle Point and Guano Point lookout areas and its hop-on hop-off shuttle service. Other attraction add-ons, like the Skywalk (US$29), cost more.
Q:How do you spend a day at the Grand Canyon West Rim?
A:Filling your day at Grand Canyon West Rim is easy. Along with spending time at Eagle Point and Guano Point, you can walk across the Grand Canyon West Skywalk, go ziplining, take a helicopter ride, grab a meal at Skywalk Cafe or Guano Point Cafe, and visit Hualapai Ranch.
Q:Are reservations required to visit the Grand Canyon West Rim?
A:No, reservations aren't required for general admission into the Grand Canyon West Rim. If you want to do things like go ziplining or take a helicopter ride or rafting tour, you may want to book ahead to make sure there's space available.