Peach Springs

WITH A SETTING THAT INSPIRED THE TOWN OF RADIATOR SPRINGS IN THE PIXAR FILM CARS, AND ACTIVITIES LIKE CAVE EXPLORING, WHITEWATER RAFTING, AND THE FAMOUS GRAND CANYON SKYWALK, PEACH SPRINGS – ON HISTORIC ROUTE 66 – IS NOT TO BE MISSED.

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Spelunk yourself to sleep? You can at Peach Spring’s Grand Canyon Caverns.

Head underground for a guided tour of Grand Canyon Caverns, the largest dry caverns in the United States. If you’re looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, stay the night in the Cave Room – one of the 10 most unusual places in the world to sleep. You’ll snooze like a baby 220 feet below the surface – trust us, no ambient light from the city sneaks inside these cozy quarters.

Peach Springs, the capital of the Hualapai Reservation, is also the gateway to the Grand Canyon Skywalk – the glass-bottomed bridge hovering 4,000 feet above the canyon floor. If that doesn’t get your heart pumping, stop by Hualapai River Runners to plan your Grand Canyon whitewater river-rafting excursion.

For a Wild West good time, book a stay on the Hualapai Ranch. You’ll spend your days learning how to quick draw, along with other important cowboying skills, then spend the evenings listening to cowboy stories by a campfire while making s’mores.

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For Visitor information

Grand Canyon West | PO Box 179 | Peach Springs, AZ | (928) 769-2230 | www.grandcanyonwest.com

County It all started How High? Head Count
Mohave 1883 4,797ft 1,090

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