Grand Canyon West is a unique set of tourism experiences focused on the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. Founded in 1988, GCW gives more than 1 million annual visitors the chance to explore one of the World's Seven Natural Wonders by land, sky and water -- and the chance to experience Hualapai culture and excellent food in culturally and environmentally sensitive surroundings.
Eagle Point, the first stop for most guests, is home of the Grand Canyon Skywalk. The Skywalk glass bridge, a one-of-a-kind structure, allows guests to walk 4,000 above the floor of the Canyon. Visitors can also dine at the newly opened Sa' Nyu Wah restaurant, a 4-star venue fusing Asian, Southwest and Hualapai fare amid spectacular ambience.
The Hualapai Ranch and the Cabins at GCW offers visitors a unique look at the Old West, including free wagon rides, lasso and gunfight lessons. You can purchase horseback rides and mechanical bull rides, or eat lunch at the Food Hall. The rootbeer floats are not to be missed.