B-roll Video: Grand Canyon Mules

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Duration:
1 minute, 34 seconds

A time-honored method of canyon transportation, riding a sure footed mule is a unique way to enjoy the canyon depths. With trips daily from the South Rim, more than 600,000 people have taken Grand Canyon mule rides since they were first offered in 1887. (24fps, 1080p)

 
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Duration:
1 minute, 13 seconds

A time-honored method of canyon transportation, riding a sure footed mule is a unique way to enjoy the canyon depths. With trips daily from the South Rim, more than 600,000 people have taken Grand Canyon mule rides since they were first offered in 1887. (24fps, 1080p)

 
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Duration:
1 minute, 43 seconds

Not only used for transportation, mules are also how supplies are packed into the Grand Canyon. (24fps, 1080p)

 
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Duration:
40 seconds

When Grand Canyon mules aren't working hard on the trail carrying people or supplies, they like to hang out in the corral. (1080p, 24fps)

Last updated: February 24, 2015

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