My friend and I are driving across country in September, but I think it’s too late for us to reserve a mule ride. It’s something I’ve always wanted to do, but maybe I’ll do it down the road.
Grand Canyon mule rides are booked ~ 1 year in advance. For your September trip though we do have other options for getting to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, such as jeep tours
Yep – stand by I’ll get you a link …
That might be doable… thanks!
It might be better in terms of our time too.
The Inner Canyon Jeep Tour.
My friend and I are driving across country in September, but I think it’s too late for us to reserve a mule ride.
April 29, 2012 – a conversation with a visitor about the Grand Canyon Mule Rides.
(18:26:31) Visitor – We’re planning on visiting GC in July…any special considerations with regard to the heat...are mule tours an option in the summer?
(18:27:10) Rita – It will be warm, so make sure you have plenty of water, hat, sunglases, sunscreen, etc.
(18:27:32) Rita – Mule rides are booked a year in advance, however there are shorter mule ride options that may still be available
(18:27:40) Rita – Let me find that information for you
(18:27:53) Visitor – thanks
(18:27:55) Rita http://www.
(18:28:02) Rita – Do you have your lodging yet?
(18:28:20) Visitor – no, not yet
(18:28:50) Rita – This is for lodging inside the park: www.grandcanyonlodges.com
(18:29:04) Rita – If that is booked up, there is lodging just outside the park entrance: http://grandcanyon.com/
(18:29:30) Rita you are welcome! Good Luck!