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DELI LUNCH

GENERAL ADMISSION ONLY 

GENERAL ADMISSION ONLY
admission and skywalk combo

 (Turkey, Ham, Roast Beef, Veggie Sandwich). 

(Turkey, Ham, Roast Beef, Veggie Sandwich).

With this option, you can bring your own snack or buy lunch at the West Rim. Right above the Skywalk station, there is a Skyview Restaurant. It serves hot meal such as cheeseburger ($17), Grilled Chicken Sandwich ($16) chicken tenders ($16) and Veggie Burger ($16). Non-Alcohol rink ($4). Since there is only one restaurant at the west rim, the line can be very long.

For those who want to have the freedom to organize their Grand Canyon West experience the way you like it, you can buy the general admission ticket at Christianson Tours then self-drive to the Canyon.

Why Choose Us?

No Additional Fees

Our goal is to give you an honest price and an honest tour. We are not trying to upsell anything on our tours. We do not have any hidden fees such as credit card fees, fuel surcharges, or sales taxes.

What’s Included In The Grand Canyon West Rim Tour?

  • Complimentary hotel pickups and drop-off in the downtown area and Las Vegas Boulevard
  • Professional expert guides
  • Hoover Dam Stop
  • Bottled water
  • Continental breakfast in a box (muffins, Belvita, banana, orange juice)
  • Your admission tickets (Skywalk and lunch optional) and all taxes

What’s Not Included In Your Tour?

  • Dinner
  • Gratuity for the driver

Grand Canyon West is becoming more and more popular each year due to the following reasons:

  1. It is only 3 hours from Las Vegas. Visitors can visit the Grand Canyon National Park and still have plenty of time to enjoy a wonderful evening in Las Vegas. We normally return to Las Vegas around 5 PM.
  2. The road condition has improved. In the earlier years, one almost must have an SUV with off road tires to drive there. Now the road is paved, making the journey much more enjoyable.
  3. The Skywalk* is a great addition to the Grand Canyon West. Experience the majestic wonders of the West Rim while standing on the “glass bridge”. The Skywalk is a U-shaped glass bridge that extends 70 feet beyond the rim of the Grand Canyon, giving visitors a full view of the 3,200 foot drop in to the Colorado River on the Canyon floor.

*The Hualapai Tribe collects fees to enter any part of the reservation as certain parts of the reservation are restricted to the general public. All fees are subject to change at any time.

Itinerary
  1. Pickup From Hotel 06:00 - 06:45 AM

    We start our pickup at 06:00 AM.

  2. Depart from Las Vegas 7:15 - 7:30 AM

    Departing from terminal or last hotel.

  3. Dolan Springs 09:00 AM

    Arrive at Dolan Springs around 09:00 AM.

  4. Drive through Joshua Forest. 09:00 - 10:15 AM

    Drive through Joshua Forest.

  5. Arrive at West Rim 10:15 - 10:30 AM

    Arrive at West Rim terminal between 10:15 and 10:30 AM.

  6. Explore the West Rim 10:30 AM - 01:30 PM

    Transfer to West Rim Shuttle bus system to Eagle Point and Guano Point.

    You will be at the West Rim for 3 hours. You will have time to explore around and look at all the different viewpoints.

  7. Return to the bus 01:30 PM

    Return to the Christianson Tours bus around 01:30 PM or depending on the time of arrival and leave with a beautiful memory of the West Rim.

  8. Back in Las Vegas 05:00 PM

    Arriving back in Las Vegas around 05:00 PM.

FAQs
  1. How long is the West Rim tour?

    It is an 11-hour tour. We pick up and drop you off the same day from Vegas. Pickups start between 6-7 AM depending on your hotel and you will get back to town at around 5-6 PM.

  2. What time does the West Rim tour start?

    It depends on the hotel. We start picking up customers between 6 and 7 AM then depart between 7:15 – 7:30 AM.

    We pick up customers from almost all the major hotels on Las Vegas Strip and a few off-strip as well. For more information, please contact us.

  3. Do you stop at Hoover Dam?

    Yes, we do.

  4. Is face mask required during the tour?

    It is voluntary at this time.

  5. How long are we at the Grand Canyon?

    You will be at the West Rim for 3 hours. You will have time to explore around and look at all the different viewpoints.

  6. What's at West Rim other than the Skywalk? Is there enough to see and do?

    The west rim has 3 different viewpoints and 2 of which you can view the canyon from. It is home to the Hualapai Native Americans.

  7. What is Skywalk?

    The Grand Canyon Skywalk is a horseshoe-shaped cantilever bridge with a glass walkway at Eagle Point in Arizona near the Colorado River.

    It offers some of the Grand Canyon’s most breathtaking views.

  8. I have walking issues, would this tour be okay for me?

    Yes. This tour does not have any heavy hiking but it does require some walking.

  9. Should I buy a pair of hiking shoes?

    You don’t have to, but you’re advised to wear comfortable shoes. This tour does not have any heavy hiking but it does require some walking.

  10. What should I wear to West Rim?

    The West Rim is located slightly over 3,600 feet, so its climate is warmer during summer and winter.

    Long pants and a long-sleeved shirt are advised during the summer. A wide-brimmed hat or cap will be good to keep the sun out of your eyes. You should also wear sturdy shoes or boots.

    In the winter, wear long pants, warm socks, a sweater under a medium-weight jacket, a warm hat and gloves, and sturdy, thick-soled shoes or boots.

  11. Can I bring an emotional support dog?

    While pets are not permitted on tours, emotional support dogs or service animals are permitted.

  12. Will I see the Indian Village?

    You can experience Native American culture by visiting a reservation on the Canyon’s South Rim or down in the canyon itself.

  13. Can I ride the helicopter while I am out at the West Rim?

    Absolutely! Visitors wishing to experience the canyon floor can do so at the West Rim.

  14. Can I bring my drone?

    Currently, the use of drones is prohibited in Grand Canyon and all National Parks. Drones can only be piloted in National Parks by licensed professionals with permits for search and rescue missions, fire safety, science studies, and research.

  15. Is it hot over there?

    The weather is very similar to the weather in Las Vegas. It is approximately 10 degrees warmer in the spring and summer and 10 degrees cooler in the fall and winter.

  16. Can I bring alcohol to this trip?

    No. No firearms or alcohol are permitted on any Christianson Tours vehicles.

  17. How does payment work?

    When you book a tour, we accept cash and major credit cards for methods of payment.

    Christianson Tours payment methods

  18. Can I cancel the tour?

    If you wish to cancel the trip, please contact us or your agent 24 hours in advance, otherwise, your deposit may be forfeited. You should ask your agent for more information; Christianson Tours does not have possession of that deposit.

Overall Rating
5/5
Matt G
Reviewed On 08/04/2021
5/5

Along with a great tour, the driver provided about two hours of history while driving. The trip was cut short from COVID but the West Rim was great.

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