West Trim Skywalk, named the world's eighth wonder, is situated in the West Trim of the American Grand Canyon. It is the tallest and unprecedented building in the world today. Considering the unique topography and climate of the Grand Canyon, it is designed with special emphasis on safety. The bridge is made of super-thick tempered glass, shock absorbers and steel columns inserted into the piers, to withstand strong winds and eight-magnitude earthquakes within a few kilometers. Visitors can stand on the horseshoe-shaped suspension glass bridge and overlook the charming scene of the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River.