West Rim Helicopter ToursThe West Rim, also known as Grand Canyon West, is located 120 miles from Las Vegas.
The most popular helicopter flight is one that flies 4,000 feet to the bottom. There you deplane and either enjoy a Champagne toast or go to the Colorado River for a boat ride.
The other trip that captivates travelers is the one that includes the Grand Canyon Skywalk. The glass bridge lets you walk 70 feet past the edge of the rim and into the canyon’s abyss. Don’t look down
Here’s a list of the best Grand Canyon West helicopter tours:
Land at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Toast your brashness with Champagne. Then hover above the most expensive skyline in the world.
Prepare to “own” the Canyon. Trip starts with thrilling bottom descent. Pontoon boat the Colorado River. Then do the “Glass Bridge” and defy gravity.
To call this tour “up close and personal” is an understatement. First, you’re at the bottom of the Canyon. Next, you’re at the base of Hoover Dam on a pontoon raft!
South Rim Helicopter Tours
The South Rim, also known as Grand Canyon National Park, is one of the United States’ oldest and most popular parks.
The basic flight pattern is a straight, rim-to-rim ride to the North Rim and back. Nothing quite comes close to the exhilaration you’ll experience.
There are NO direct heli flights from Vegas to South Rim. You have to take this airplane tour first and then do a heli flight.
Here’s a list of the best Grand Canyon South Rim helicopter tours: