With the partial Government shutdown looming on indefinitely, visitors have been asking what they can do to see the Grand Canyon. Our answer: Grand Canyon West!
Grand Canyon West is owned and operated by the Hualapai Indian Tribe. It is an internationally known tourist destination that includes 108 miles of the Grand Canyon’s West Rim. And it is not affected by the Federal Government's funding situation.
Don't forget that Northern Arizona has many natural attractions not affected by the Government partial shutdown. Including Grand Canyon West, the Hualapai River Runners (the only one days Grand Canyon River rafting experience), Grand Canyon Caverns, Bearizona, Meteor Crater and the red rocks of Sedona. So don't let the closing of the National Parks end your stay on Route 66 in Arizona!
In other news, a recent press release from Grand Canyon Resort Corp stated that “Grand Canyon West is moving fashion forward as Grand Canyon Resort Corporation and J Model Management recently held a photo and video shoot on the Grand Canyon Skywalk to tease their upcoming J Autumn Fashion Show, which takes place November 1.”
“You can’t ask for a better backdrop than the Grand Canyon,” said GCRC Marketing Director Dawnielle Tehama. “We are very excited our Grand Canyon Skywalk can be a part of Jessica’s unique vision.”