Grand Canyon Skywalk is Nearly Here.

Photo: Robert Bravo Jr. / Hualapai Tribe

The Hualapai Tribe is rolling out its Grand Canyon Skywalk, a cantilever-shaped walkway that will allow you to see straight down to the canyon's floor 4,000 feet below as you walk on its glass floor. Ticket is $25 per person and the attraction is scheduled to be open March 28, 2007.

Link | Official website - via Scribal Terror

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This seems like a very dishonest attraction. I guess every attraction has it's downsides but this comes with the mother-load. I'm glad I found this forum.

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Okay here is the scoop:

$50 park admission per person
$25 per person skywalk :15 minutes max allowed on skywalk
No cameras, no cellphones (because if dropped will chip glass).

So for $75 per person, you get 15 minutes on a piece of glass and will have to pay the tribe for a photo memory of it in the end, that is after the install cameras down the road.....
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On the Grand Canyon Skywalk website, you can see the architect's illustration. The skywalk looks nice. Unfortunately, the supports on the actual walkway are much bigger, uglier, and obstruct a lot of the view underneath.

There's no way I'd spend $25 for that - never mind the total cost of $75 that Bruce pointed out.

Also, if Native American tribes are broke, we should find a better way to help. Allowing them to scar the Grand Canyon like this shameful for all of us.
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