Take a Walk on the Skywalk4,000 Feet above the Grand Canyon

In the old days, the most thrilling view you could get of the Grand Canyon came standing at its edge. In 2007, that view got even better with the opening of the Skywalk at Eagle Point. This 10-foot-wide, horseshoe-shaped glass bridge extends 70 feet out over the rim of the Canyon. Look down and you can see right through the glass platform 4,000 feet to the floor of the Canyon below. Profiled by the National Geographic Channel, The Today Show, and CNN, this engineering marvel offers unparalleled views of the one of the world’s Seven Natural Wonders.


Nervous about walking on glass almost a mile above the Grand Canyon? Have no fear; the Skywalk is strong enough to bear the weight of seventy 747 passenger jets.


For more information, please call 1-888-868-WEST or 928-769-2636.

Skywalk & Eagle Point

Grand Canyon Dining

One-of-a-Kind Cuisine with Spectacular Views of the Grand Canyon

Visit Grand Canyon West's newest culinary creation, Sa' Nyu Wa, to experience a unique fusion of Southwest and Asian cuisine combined with traditional Hualapai tribal dishes—all served amid some of the most amazing scenery known to man. The restaurant's floor-to-ceiling windows offer dramatic views of the West Rim, making Sa' Nyu Wa the perfect spot for a perfect meal or a memorable event. We offer full-service dining along with a cafe menu and to-go packages.

Looking for something less fancy? Try the Skywalk Cafe or one of our Eagle Point-area snack stations. We have breakfast, lunch, and snack options for every appetite, including vegetarian selections. Whether you're looking to start your day with a quick bagel, satisfy your lunchtime hunger with chicken tenders and fries, or indulge your sweet tooth with ice cream, sherbet, or a smoothie, we have you covered.



Explore Eagle Point

While the Skywalk is certainly the highlight, there is much more to enjoy here at Eagle Point, which was named after a natural rock formation that looks like an eagle. Watch Native American dances in the amphitheater each day at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., dine at Sa’ Nyu Wa, and shop at the Native American Gift Shop. You can also explore several dwellings of the regions indigenous tribes—including the Hualapai, Navajo, Plains, Hopi, and Havasupi—in the Native American Village. For your convenience, we offer shuttle buses to all points within Grand Canyon West from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., except for Hualapai Ranch, which has bus service from 8 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Grand Canyon West's Native American Gift Shop

Peruse The Native American Gift Shop

Find something to remember your journey to Grand Canyon West at Eagle Point's Native American Gift Shop. From t-shirts and hats to handcrafted jewelry and weavings made by the Hualapai, Hopi, and Mojave tribes, this shop offers a unique collection of gifts that reflect the experience of walking in the sky. These items let you take a piece of the Grand Canyon and the Hualapai culture home with you.

Tour the Native American Village

Take a self-guided tour through this authentic village for a view of local and regional tribal heritage and tradition. The Native American Village at Eagle Point lets you imagine a simpler time when Hualapai, Navajo, Plains, Hopi, Havasupi, and other Indian tribes roamed the lands. Stroll through traditionally built housing, ovens, and sweat lodges and be amazed at the unique architecture, style, and functionality of each structure and feature.

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Hualapai teepee