The Azure Window is a large, open area on the eastern side of the Grand Canyon that offers stunning views of the canyon and the surrounding landscape. The window is located on the Navajo Nation and is managed by the National Park Service.
The Azure Window was closed to the public in October 2016 due to safety concerns. The window has been closed to the public for a number of years due to safety concerns, but it was reopened to the public in May of this year.
The National Park Service has been working with the Navajo Nation to address the safety concerns. The window is now open to the public for a limited time, and the National Park Service is working to make the window permanent.
The Azure Window is a beautiful area and it is sad that it is closed to the public. The National Park Service is working to make the window permanent, and hopefully the window will remain open to the public.