The mule trips get packed quickly, so if your wanting to do it, you might wanna plan about 13 months in advanced. To ride the mules there are many restrictions. For the south and north rim you must not be afraid of heights, and the mule. There is a weight limit to go and being 200-225 Ib. You must be care full on the trip.
The weight limit is the same for the north and south, but when you take the trip on the north rim it can be more difficult in some spots so you always wanna make sure your an experienced rider on the difficult routes. For the south rim there is a height limit to go , 4 ft 7in. The youngest to go in the North rim is 7-10 all depending where you wanna go in the canyon.
When you walk out onto the sky walk you can see many different views that you many not see anywhere else at the Grand Canyon. The most famous thing to do on the west side of the canyon is the sky walk. As said before it is located on the west side of the canyon, and is 70 feet from the rim.
Yaki point is one the most beautiful sites to look out from at the canyon. Many people love to visit this spot each day. To get here you would usually take the orange shuttle bus. You can't get here by any private vehicle.