Visitors to the Grand Canyon next year will have a new way off looking at things. The Hualapai Indian Tribe will open a new Skywalk that will jut more than 75 feet out from the Canayon wall, and be made of four inch thick glass. Vistors will be able to stroll out on to the skywalk, and look down between their feet throught transparent glass, at the canyon floor more than 4000 feet below. According to National Geographic the attraction is expected to raise considerable revenue for the Native American with the influx of tourists coming to the area to walk to the path.
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