Horseback riding over vast open plains and up steep paths to enjoy commanding views for miles in all directions – if this is what your dream vacation looks like – this is the the perfect trip for you. Add in a dose of seeing wild mustangs in their natural environment and this week of riding will become one you’ll never forget!
Dates and Rates: Several options as follows:
$3,150.00 USD Per Person. Single Supplement not available.
$1,800.00 USD non riding companion sharing a range tent.
Girl’s Only Ride “Be the Heroine of your own Life”: July 11-17 (Advanced riders), Aug. 4-10, Aug. 24-30 (Advanced riders), Sept. 3-9
Girl’s Only Ride “Women of a Certain Age”: June 21-27, July 1-7, Aug. 14-20
Mixed Group Weeks: July 21-27
- 6 nights tent accommodation
- 5 days of riding
- All meals
- Horse and all tack
- Guiding services
- Transfers to/from Lander at pre set times
- All local taxes
- Travel Insurance
- Alcoholic beverages (but those can be arranged for purchase ahead of time for your stay
- Gratuities for the team at the end of the stay
The jagged Wind River mountains are the backdrop to this spectacular country.
Framing the view for these horseback riding retreats are glacier-covered Temple Peak and Roaring Fork mountain, both at over 13,000 feet in elevation.
The Continental Divide, nicknamed the “backbone of the Rockies” traverses within a quarter mile of the horse camp, and the Little Sandy River flows right through the entire location.
At the camp elevation of 7900′, summer time temperatures seldom exceed 80 degrees and the nights are cool and pleasant. There are no snakes and few insects to bother you or the horses during the days’ riding or around the campfire.
The schedule varies from day to day, but you can plan on breakfast between 7:30 and 8:00 a.m. each morning, starting the ride by 9:00 and riding, with short breaks, until lunchtime.
We’ll “noon up” somewhere and have lunch, let the horses graze and rest for about an hour and then we’ll re-mount and go again for a few more hours, with short breaks throughout the afternoon.
Arrival back at the home base along the river is between 3:30 and 4:00 p.m. just in time for cocktails and hors de’ oeuvres.
Depending on the days’ riding and how many miles the group wants to cover, you can expect to be on horseback an average about 5-6 hours and cover from 10-25 miles each day.