Visitors to the Grand Canyon can explore the culture of the Hualapai nation. The Hualapai, whose name means “People of the Tall Pines” were a Native American nation. Traditionally hunter-gatherers, they once roamed over five million acres.
Today, they live on the Hualapai American Indian Reservation, which covers nearly one million acres. In 1988 they opened their land to the public.
The Hualapai reservation includes 108 miles on the Colorado River and the Grand Canyon’s West Rim.
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