The Grand Canyon Mule Rides were severely limited by the 2011 Grand Canyon Stock Use Plan. There are now ONLY 10 mule saddles daily available to take you to the bottom of the Grand Canyon for an overnight stay at Phantom Ranch. These are the ONLY Grand Canyon Mule rides that go to the BOTTOM of the Grand Canyon.
Has anyone ever died on a Grand Canyon mule ride?
Only one person has ever died while riding a mule up or down the canyon. He was a mule train employee crushed by one of the animals in a fall.
Is Grand Canyon mule ride worth it?
The trip was well worth the money, we had an amazing time! The views were stunning and our travel guide John was knowledgeable and friendly. There is no riding experience necessary for this activity.
Mule ride options include 1-3 hour rides along the rim of the canyon, 3-hour rides into the canyon, and multi-day trips to the bottom of the canyon. The cost ranges from $50 to $700. You cannot ride if you weigh more than 225 lbs.
How much does it cost to ride a mule into the Grand Canyon?
PRICING – The cost of the ride is $155.77 per person, including tax, and is subject to change without notice. A souvenir water bottle is included. RESERVATIONS — Mule rides may be reserved by calling 1-303-297-2757 or toll-free within the United States at 1-888-297-2757.
How much does a good mule cost?
Depending upon a number of factors, mules price ranges between $1000 to around $8000. Young unbroken mules are cheaper than the rest. A buyer can get a strong healthy mule within the range of $1000 to $3000.
What is the best time of year to go to the Grand Canyon?
The best times to visit the Grand Canyon are March through May and September through November, when daytime temperatures are cool and crowds are thin. If you decide to visit during the summer (the park’s peak season), be prepared for hordes of tourists and very limited lodging availability.
How much does it cost to stay at Phantom Ranch Grand Canyon?
|Room Type / Service||2021 Rates|
|Additional person in cabin||$20|
|Dorm, per person||$62|
|Group Cabin, Flat Rate||$332|
|Breakfast, per person||$26.37|
Are mules comfortable to ride?
Though, with our years of packing experience, mules stand the test-of-time in strength, comfort for riding long-distance, intelligence, and are more sure-footed than the horse. The mule is a cross between a donkey and a horse.