Recent Searches
Clear
Hualapai Ranch
Hualapai Ranch

Hualapai Ranch

Free admission

The Hualapai have been living in the Grand Canyon area for generations, and today the tribe offers some of the area’s best experiences at Hualapai Ranch. Enjoy cowboy shows, cookouts, and wagon rides; visit Indian Village to learn fascinating history; and brave the Skywalk, a platform extending 70 feet (21 meters) out over the canyon.

Learn more
Eight miles above the village of Supai, about 90 miles northwest of Seligman

The Basics

Since Hualapai Ranch is on tribal lands outside the bounds of Grand Canyon National Park, visitors are afforded experiences not available on the south and north rims of the canyon. Walk 4,000 feet above the canyon, float along the Colorado River, hike to the ruins of an old guano mine at Guano Point, or soar high above the canyon on a helicopter tour, with a landing on the canyon floor.

Show all
Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour with Optional Skywalk
Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour with Optional Skywalk
star-4.5
$525.00 per adult
Traveler Favorite
The views were just...
The views were just unbelievable. Travis our pilot was friendly and informative.it was a little crowded at Grand Canyon West . That was the only downside
Welby_C, Dec 2021

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Hualapai Ranch offers an alternative look at the iconic Grand Canyon.

  • The ranch is a must for thrill seekers.

  • Don’t forget to bring sunglasses, sunscreen, a hat, and plenty of drinking water.

Show all

How to Get There

The West Rim location of Hualapai Ranch sits about 250 miles (400 kilometers) from the South Rim of Grand Canyon Park and about two hours from Las Vegas. Most visitors arrive at Hualapai Ranch as part of a guided tour.

Show all

Trip ideas

How to Spend 2 Days in Grand Canyon National Park

How to Spend 2 Days in Grand Canyon National Park


When to Get There

March through May and September through November represent the best times to visit the Grand Canyon, including Hualapai Ranch. Expect peak season crowds from June to August, and be ready for short afternoon rainstorms in July.

Show all

Accommodations at Hualapai Ranch

Due to the considerable distance between Hualapai Ranch and the nearest commercial airport, some visitors choose to overnight in the area. The Hualapai tribe operates 26 cabins facing the canyon rim, as well as Western-style dining, horseback riding, and guest-only activities like lasso lessons or s’mores by the bonfire.

Show all