Last year, National Geographic rated an Arizona national park as one of the best places to visit in the new year. With an assortment of things to do in the Grand Canyon, we've found one of the most extreme ones. There's a glass skywalk that hovers 4,000 feet above the ground, giving you unreal views.\nThe Eagle Point Skywalk is located at the West Rim of the canyon. For $39 per person, you'll get access to the West Rim, three viewpoint areas, and transportation on the shuttle.\nThe shuttle will take you to and from each viewpoint area.\nYou also have the option of adding on the skywalk for $20. It's a 10-foot wide, horseshoe-shaped platform that extends out 70 feet from the rim's cliff.\nConquer your fear of heights and step out on the glass bridge that is perched 4,000 feet above the ground.\nWe recommend making a morning visit here to beat the crowds. There's also a restaurant on-site if you'd prefer to dine with a view. Either way, it'll be unforgettable.\nCameras and cell phones aren't permitted on the glass extension, so plan accordingly.\nView this post on Instagram Charlies angels with @shirleysetia! Who did it better? 😂 A post shared by Aayushman Sinha (@aayushmansinha) on Jun 19, 2018 at 4:47am PDT\nSince you're unable to take your own photos, you have the option of purchasing some printed ones for $16 each or a USB with photos for $69.90. They'll be taken by professional photographers on the bridge.\nThere is also an assortment of hiking trails that you can tackle.\nView this post on Instagram “The Grand Canyon is one of those places that grips people. Floating down through the physical evidence of time, you can’t help but be in a constant state of wonderment.” - Kristin McLane 🏜 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• For those of you who have been watching my Instagram Stories, you know that I am currently on a road trip in the Southwest of the USA. After arriving in Las Vegas on my birthday, we spent the night in the city and then drove two hours east to the Hualapai tribe’s @grandcanyonwest , which is located on the West Rim of the canyon! Overall, the Grand Canyon is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and it is absolutely incredible seeing it in person!!! During my time at Grand Canyon West, I also got to walk over the 70-foot U-shaped Skywalk! When you visit Grand Canyon West, you CANNOT MISS OUT on walking over this epic 10-foot wide glass bridge that is 4,000 feet above the floor of the canyon. While you’re on the Skywalk, you could enjoy astonishing views all around, but please note that you cannot bring your belongings with you (there are lockers and photographers available). You will also need to wear protective footwear like what you see me wearing over my shoes in this photo to prevent the glass Skywalk from being scratched. Overall, visiting Grand Canyon West and the Skywalk is amazing! Have you been to the Grand Canyon before? 🇺🇸 #grandcanyonwest #grandcanyonskywalk #arizonaroadtrip #nationalparksusa #usnationalparks #southwestroadtrip #visitarizona #exploreusa #americanroadtrip #takethescenicroute 📸: @ryanackermanofficial A post shared by Taylor ↠ Boutique Travel (@brown.eyed.flower.child) on Jun 28, 2020 at 9:12am PDT\nWhether you're visiting for the first or third time, the Grand Canyon is a truly spectacular sight.\nView this post on Instagram Eagle Point 🦅 . . . #grandcanyon #grandcanyonwest #arizona🌵 #photography #amazingview #eaglepoint #skywalke #america #travelphotography A post shared by carlijn (@carlijn_drr) on Oct 2, 2019 at 10:20am PDT\nSkywalk & Eagle Point\nPrice: $39 for a general admission ticket and $20 for the glass skywalk\nAddress: West Rim, Grand Canyon, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: You can walk across a glass bridge with your friends.\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.