the people of the tall pines welcomes you
Grand Canyon West is situated on the Hualapai Reservation and is a tribal enterprise of a sovereign Indian nation. Hualapai (pronounced Wal-lah-pie) means “People of the Tall Pines”, and the tribe welcomes you to their natural paradise. You have the honor to experience and explore their heritage and rich traditions and get to know the people of the Hualapai Nation while visiting the West Rim and Peach Springs, Arizona. Thoughtfully crafted experiences include insights into their past, present and future as they share the spirit of the tribe and their lands.
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the Hualapai bird singers
Experience storytelling through song, dance and regalia that has survived hundreds of years through traditions carried on by generations of the Hualapai Nation.
Native american village
Contrary to popular belief, Native Americans didn’t all live in teepees. Explore an authentic Native American village to see how they really lived many moons ago.
creations by native hands
Find Native American treasures to take home and remind you of your visit, including handcrafted jewelry and weavings made by the Hualapai, Hopi and Mojave tribes.
Smooth Float Tour
Hualapai River Runners is open and operational this season. All river and pontoon tours launching from Grand Canyon West are currently closed for the season. Tours are available at Peach Springs, Arizona.
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The Adventure Continues Two Hours from the West Rim
hualapai cultural center
The Hualapai Cultural Center promotes cultural traditions and public education through a variety of programs and classes.
Grand Canyon Stargazing & S’mores
The Hualapai River Runners host an evening of stargazing, astronomy, and s’mores under the Grand Canyon’s starry sky. Includes a complimentary star finder.
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