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How could man connect with nature while protecting the Hualapai Nation, their culture, and values which are deeply engraved in the canyon walls and proudly displayed for the world to see? Explore first-hand the beauty of the Grand Canyon from top to bottom. Soak in nature's beauty at your pace. Come and explore Grand Canyon West.

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The Hualapai, meaning “People of The Tall Pines,” are native people of the Southwest. Traditionally hunter-gatherers, they inhabited an area of more than 5 million acres. Their homeland stretched from the Grand Canyon southward to the Santa Maria River and from the Black Mountains eastward to the pine forests of the San Francisco peaks. Read More...

Our Featured Experiences

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Experience the Grand Canyon Legacy

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4,000 Feet Above the Canyon Floor

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One Day White Water Adventure

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Experience the Wild West

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Flight and River Cruise

Travel down the Colorado River

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Guano Point

Hike the trail and view spectacular sights

Plan Your Trip

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Stay at our Lodge

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Directions to Grand Canyon West

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Hours of Operation and FAQ's

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Grand Canyon West Map with Viewpoints