Awe-inspiring Grand Canyon experiences don’t get any better from the Hualapai Tribe’s Grand Canyon West Rim. Walk the glass panels on the Skywalk. Soar over the canyon in a helicopter or on a zipline. Float down the Colorado River on a river tour. Take in the epic views at Guano Point and Eagle Point. You can even stay right on-site in comfy cabins at the Cabins at Grand Canyon West. Discover the many different perspectives of this natural wonder, conveniently located near Las Vegas, Laughlin, and Lake Havasu.
EVEN MORE AT THE WEST RIM
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
The Grand Canyon West Rim is situated on the Hualapai Reservation — a 16 mile stretch between Kingman and Seligman, Arizona. Grand Canyon West Rim is located off of East Diamond Bar Rd. in Peach Springs, Arizona. Hualapai River Runners is approximately two hours away from the West Rim near the tribal headquarters in Peach Springs.
Do not confuse Grand Canyon West with Grand Canyon National Park, which is five hours to the east on the South Rim of the canyon in the northwest corner of Arizona, close to the borders of Utah and Nevada.
National Park Passes Not Accepted
Grand Canyon West is an enterprise of the Hualapai Nation and is not affiliated with Grand Canyon National Park. The National Park is located five hours away on the South Rim in the northwest corner of Arizona, close to the borders of Utah and Nevada.
Free parking is provided for your vehicle, and hop-on, hop-off shuttle service will take you from point to point.
Grand Canyon West is located on the Hualapai Reservation at the west rim of the Grand Canyon, with the white water rafting and Hualapai Lodge located in Peach Springs, Arizona. Use this map to find your way to your next grand adventure.View Map