Grand Canyon Skywalk opens deep divide

Los Angeles Times on the controversy surrounding a new glass walkway to be built close to a mile above the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon.

An engineering marvel or a colossal eyesore, depending on who is describing it, the horseshoe-shaped glass walkway will jut out 70 feet beyond the canyon’s edge on the Hualapai Indian Reservation just west of Grand Canyon Village. Buttressed by 1 million pounds of steel and supporting 90 tons of tempered glass, the see-through deck will give visitors a breathtaking view of the canyon.


One Response to “Grand Canyon Skywalk opens deep divide”

  1. jillian49 Says:

    am planning on taking my husband and children to the glass walkway

    this summer. it’s great that the Hualapai are going to have a tourist

    attraction that includes many other things. the raft rides down the

    colorado sound awesome. thanks for the info, have not read anything

    about this in the paper.

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