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Grand Canyon Skywalk

A horseshoe-shaped steel walkway with a glass floor, located over 4,000 feet above a famous canyon, offering visitors spectacular views.

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Why peer into the Grand Canyon when you can glide above it on the Grand Canyon Skywalk: a horseshoe-shaped glass bridge extending 70 feet over the edge and 4,000 feet in the air. A stroll on the skywalk is breathtaking, but, rest assured, it is strong enough to support 71 million pounds, or the equivalent of 70 fully loaded 747 airplanes.

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Grand Canyon Skywalk Articles

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