A new way to experience the Grand Canyon has opened targeting adrenaline junkies. If the glass-bottom Grand Canyon Skywalk bridge at Grand Canyon West isn't exciting enough for you, a new attraction has opened in the area that allows thrill seekers to soar about 1,000 feet above the canyon floor, at speeds of up to 80 km/hr. Located at Hualapai Ranch, the Zipline at Grand Canyon West sends riders zipping through the sky, four at a time. Two of the cables measure 1,100 feet in length, while the second set is installed at a steeper grade and measures nearly double the length at 2,100 feet. The attraction will be able to accommodate 350,000 visitors a year, and tickets are priced at US $89. he ride can accommodate guests between 90 to 275 lbs. Zip Line at Grand Canyon West is the latest zip line attraction set up at tourist hotspots. Last year, the Eiffel Tower and the city of London opened zip lines for visitors and locals alike.