Eagle Point, a popular stop in Grand Canyon West, is the site of a Native American village, amphitheater, and the famous Grand Canyon Skywalk—a horseshoe-shaped glass bridge that extends 70 feet (21 meters) over the canyon for views of the Colorado River 4,000 feet (1,219 meters) below.
The Grand Canyon Skywalk at Eagle Point is the most popular attraction in Grand Canyon West. The glass-bottom walkway provides thrilling bird’s-eye views of the canyon, one of the world’s Seven Natural Wonders. Combine entrance to the Skywalk with several other Grand Canyon West activities—take a helicopter tour over the canyon, ride a boat along the Colorado River, or watch a cultural performance at the Hualapai Native American Village at Eagle Point.
Things to Know Before You Go
Eagle Point is a must-see for adventure travelers.
Outside food and beverage are not allowed at Eagle Point.
The Skywalk at Eagle Point is accessible to wheelchair users.
Don’t forget to bring sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat.
Eagle Point, along with the rest of Grand Canyon West, is not located within Grand Canyon National Park. Instead, the area—operated by the Hualapai tribe—sits about a 5-hour drive from the national park on the Hualapai Native American Reservation.
How to Get There
The nearest major commercial airport is McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, over two hours away by road. Grand Canyon West offers parking, as well as a shuttle service between points of interest.
When to Get There
For the best balance of comfortable weather and small crowds, plan to visit during the shoulder seasons (March to May and September to November). Expect crowds and temperatures that can soar to 100°F (38°C) in summer.