The Hualapai Nation of Peach Springs, Arizona

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What is the Hualapai Nation?

The Hualapai Nation of Peach Springs, Arizona

The Grand Canyon Skywalk is located on the Hualapai Nation in north-western Arizona, about 120 miles from Las Vegas. The Hualapais have lived in the area for thousands of years, living off the land as nomadic hunters and gatherers.

Today, proud of their heritage, the Hualapais maintain a traditional Indian village including tipis of the Plains Indians, and representative villages of their own tribe and three other Northern Arizona tribes. Visitors to the village can learn about the culture and activities of the tribes, and watch presentations by Hualapai tribe members.

The tribe's greatest enterprise now is the creation of the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a glass bridge that will allow visitors to "float" over the canyon for spectacular views.



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