Trip advisor the grand canyon skywalk


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The Grand Canyon Skywalk reigns as Vegas' most popular outdoor attraction. For good reason, too: Where else on the globe are you able to walk 70 feet beyond the edge and be lifted 4,000 feet over the Colorado River?

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Trip advisor the grand canyon skywalk

  1. 1. Trip Advisor: The Grand Canyon Skywalk Presented by Julie Rainier
  2. 2. Skywalk - IntroductionThe Grand Canyon Skywalk reigns as Vegas most popularoutdoor attraction. For good reason, too: Where else on the globeare you able to walk 70 feet beyond the edge and be lifted 4,000feet over the Colorado River? If defying gravity thrills you, hereare seven things you need to know before you go:
  3. 3. Skywalk - FAQQ: Where is the Grand Canyon Skywalk Located?A: The Sky Walk is found approximately 120 miles east of LasVegas, NV, at Grand Canyon West. Motor coach, chopper, andplane tours from Sin City take 2.5 hours, 45 minutes, and 25minutes respectively.
  4. 4. Skywalk - FAQQ: What is the True Price of Admission?A: There are three packages. You need the Legacy Gold Package,which costs $87.69 per adult. It includes Sky Walk tickets andfull access to Grand Canyon West, including Native AmericanIndian demonstrations, Guano Point, Eagle Point, Hulapai Ranch,the shuttle bus, lunch and cowboy performances.
  5. 5. Skywalk - FAQQ: Exactly how many people are permitted on the Sky Walk atone time?A: One hundred and twenty people can be on the bridge at thesame time. It was built to hold 800 people or a weight equivalentto 71 fully packed Boeing 747 airplanes.
  6. 6. Skywalk - FAQQ: Will there be long lines?A: Yes, there might be. The Sky Walk is the canyons mostpopular attraction. Over 200,000 people take a look at it a year.Reservations can be made. You can also purchase VIP tickets tospeed up your wait. Without a doubt wear comfortable shoes. Incase you have an iPod, give consideration to bringing it.
  7. 7. Skywalk - FAQQ: What should I wear and what must I bring?A: Absolutely get a water bottle (full) and sunscreen lotion. Dressadequately: Wind-resistant and cool in the summer months andwarm layers in the winter months.No outside food or beverages (except water) are permitted.Theres a pretty good snack bar if you get the munchies. Bear inmind - Legacy Gold Packages come with lunch.
  8. 8. Skywalk - FAQBring a camera and additional batteries and memory sticks.Regretfully, digital cameras are banned from the Glass Walkwaybecause they may scratch the glass deck (each panel supposedlycosts $200,000 each) if dropped. Professional photographers canbe found on the Skywalk to take your picture, which you can pickup in the gift store.
  9. 9. Skywalk - FAQQ: Is there a time limit?A: At present, there is no time limit, so take your time and relishthe unbelievable landscape. The very best views can be had onthe right side of the deck.
  10. 10. Skywalk - FAQQ: Is there anything else to do in addition to the Sky Walk?A: A lot. There is the Indian Village with genuine dwellings,Eagle Point, Guano Point, the Hualapai Ranch, the Market, andthe outdoor amphitheater. The basic Legacy package ($43.05 perperson) gets you full access to all of these points of interestexcluding the Skywalk.
  11. 11. Skywalk - SummaryLooking for a quick and easy day trip from Las Vegas? TheGrand Canyon Skywalk is the ticket. Choose carefully how youvisit as the cost can add up. Bus, helicopter, and airplane tours arethe most affordable route to go, especially if you book on-linedirect with the tour operator. I regularly save up to 35 percentusing this method. So put the Skywalk on your list of things youcan do. Itll be the highlight of your trip.
  12. 12. Skywalk - SourceFor more information about Grand CanyonSkywalk Tours, please visit: