Grand Canyon Skywalk

In this Tuesday, May 28, 2013 photo provided by the Hualapai tribe, members of the Hualapai tribe protest as a private armed guard collects tolls of $20.00 per person and up to $500.00 per tour bus on the Diamond Bar Road checkpoint leading to the Grand Cayon Skywalk in Meadview, Nev. Land owner Nigel Turner recently set up a checkpoint and started charging tourists driving through his ranch to get to the Grand Canyon Skywalk, which he calls an admission fee. While the fee includes access to an hourly rodeo show and other ranch activities, the Hualapai Indian tribe - which operates the Skywalk - says the fee is unethical and potentially illegal. (AP Photo/Hualapai Tribe, Dave Cieslak)
In this Tuesday, May 28, 2013 photo provided by the Hualapai tribe, members of the Hualapai tribe protest as a private armed guard collects tolls of $20.00 per person and up to $500.00 per tour bus on the Diamond Bar Road checkpoint leading to the Grand Cayon Skywalk in Meadview, Nev. Land owner Nigel Turner recently set up a checkpoint and started charging tourists driving through his ranch to get to the Grand Canyon Skywalk, which he calls an admission fee. While the fee includes access to an hourly rodeo show and other ranch activities, the Hualapai Indian tribe - which operates the Skywalk - says the fee is unethical and potentially illegal. (AP Photo/Hualapai Tribe, Dave Cieslak)

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