Grand Canyon Half-Day Mule Ride Tour to Uncle Jim's Point

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Explore the Grand Canyon as you ride a mule, taking in the views. Discover the beauty of this iconic landmark, while learning about its rich history and more.
Duration:  3hrs
Cancellation:  24.0hrs
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  • Set off on a guided half-day adventure around the Grand Canyon, trotting down trails on your own mule
  • Hop on a gentle and tame mule that’s trained to work with riders of all ages and skill levels
  • Make your way along the rim, heading over to Uncle Jim’s Point, where you gaze out over the canyon below
  • Head 2300 feet down to the legendary North Kaibab trail, getting the chance to witness the Supai Tunnel up-close

What's Included

  • 3-hour guided tour


Riders must be at least 10 years old and weigh under 220lbs to participate.

Cancellation policy

Full refunds for cancellations made at least 24 hours in advance.

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Sep 27, 2019
FANTASTIC!! Our mules were great, trail guide was Wonderful (Dillon I believe was his name) and views outstanding. We actually did the ride to the Tunnel instead of Jim's Pint and thoroughly enjoyed it all!!!!
Sep 6, 2019
It was a great, beautiful experience
Aug 26, 2019
I accidentally booked Uncle Jims, but they switched me the morning of the ride so we could all still go into the canyon which was amazing. Our guide was so nice and knowledgeable about the trail. Also I really appreciated that they take great care of the mules. They were healthy and not overworked, which was very important to me. Our teenagers had a great time, and we all have our Muleateer certificates as proof. The photos were also a nice added touch, $10.00 is worth the photo.


Meeting location:  280 Bryce Way


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