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Sky Walk in Grand Canyon

Sky Walk in Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon Sky Walk : It is a construction of a man-made marvel suspended over one of Mother Nature's greatest wonders a horseshoe-shaped, glass-floored bridge that allows visitors to walk where eagles fly. The Grand Canyon Skywalk, formed from 1 million pounds of steel and glass, perched 4,000 feet above the Colorado River. 
Grand Canyon Sky Walk
Grand Canyon BIRD'S EYE VIEW
Skywalk transparent walkway will allow Grand Canyon visitors from around the world the ability to step out over the edge of a cliff and look 4,000 feet down. 100 mph wind gusts were designed into the attraction’s ability to withstand.

This glass, steel and u-shaped structure is located on the Hualapai Indian Reservation in Arizona.
Hualapai Indian Reservation Grand Canyon
Skywalk transparent walkway
Sky Walk in Grand Canyon
Arizona Attractions Sky Walk
The two day move of the million pound structure will be done at the cliff’s edge, 60 feet over the Grand Canyon. The walkway will be welded to huge anchors of high strength steel imbedded deep into the bedrock. The attraction in Arizona is projected to open on March 28, 2007.

Personal property is not allowed on the Sky walk as well. Items must remain on the floor of the visitor center or can be stored in a locker for no charge.  ( If things may fall down in the glass and make damages )

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