The Grand Canyon Skywalk is a transparent horseshoe-shaped cantilever bridge, and major attraction in Arizona near the Colorado river on the edge of a side canyon in the Grand canyon West area of the main canyon.
Commissioned and owned by the Hualapai Indian Tribe, it was opened to the general public on March 28, 2007. It is accessed via the Grand canyon West Airport terminal, or a 120-mile drive from Las Vegas, which includes a 10-mile stretch of dirt road.
The walkway could support 822 people weighing 200 pounds each, operators only allow 120 visitors on it at a time. So you'll be fine if you step out onto the bridge's 2.8-inch thick, five-layer glass floor.
But if you've still got some butterflies in your stomach and decide to skip the thrill, they won't judge you. Just know that even if any cracks appear, you likely won't go plummeting to the bottom of the canyon.