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About.com: Grand Canyon Skywalk
Contains a photo of the Grand Canyon Skywalk, as well as facts and comments about the glass walkway designed to hold 72 million pounds, withstand an 8.0 magnitude earthquake 50 miles away, and hold up to winds in excess of 100 mph.
Destination Grand Canyon: Grand Canyon Skywalk
Details infomation on the construction and completion of the Grand Canyon Skywalk, the glass-bottomed bridge that will be suspended 4,000 feet above the above the Colorado River.
Grand Canyon Skywalk
Official site of the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a glass-floored walkway suspended 4,000 feet above the Grand Canyon.
National Geographic News: Grand Canyon to Get Glass Bridge
Includes an illustration of the Grand Canyon Skywalk, as well as a short feature about the bridge with a glass bottom that will extend over the edge of the Grand Canyon, 4,000 feet above the Colorado River.
Scholastic News: Grand Canyon Skywalk
Article predicting that the Grand Canyon Skywalk will attract two kinds of tourists: "Those who walk the skywalk, and those who come to watch those who do." Includes details and illustration of the 4,000 foot-high glass-bottomed bridge and 2 billion year-old canyon.
Snopes.com: Grand Canyon Skywalk
Features an illustration and map of the Grand Canyon Skywalk and Hualapai Indian Reservation, as well as construction and completion information on the glass walkway and other facts.