Articles Tagged 'Pack Trips'

Six-Day Pack Trip in Yellowstone’s Backcountry

An adventurous mother and daughter duo set out on a six-day packing adventure through the rugged wilderness of Yellowstone National Park.  By Lisa Florey How many septuagenarians do you know who would trek 80-odd miles through a remote wilderness on horseback, sleeping in a tent each nigh...

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Meet Your Host- Stone Horse Expeditions Mongolia Riding Vacations

Learn about Mongolian Saddles, horse culture and what it's like to take a riding vacation in Mongolia from the husband and wife team whose passion for Mongolia spurred them to start their own horse trekking business and show others the view from the saddle. Co-owners of Stone Horse Expeditio...

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Ten Ranch Vacations for Cowgirls

Gather up your female friends and family for these ladies-only ranch getaways. By Karen Braschayko Whether lifelong best friends, sisters or recently bonded coworkers, sharing a love of horses and a desire to retreat in nature is fertile ground for a great cowgirl getaway. These vacations are ...

Equestrian Travel Articles

Cowgirl Getaways: Women Only Equestrian Vacations

Thinking about a girls only getaway? Check out these great equestrian escapes for you and your girlfriends. by Jocelyn Pierce There are many perks to a girls only retreat. Women can focus on themselves and the women in their life that matter most, strengthening friendships and familial relatio...

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Horse Riding the High Sierra

Mountain Horsemanship, Veterinary Care and Horsepacking in California’s Wilderness written by Michael W. Church photography by Michael W. Church Woke up at 5 o’clock in the morning in my hotel room, washed, packed my gear, and then hit the road at 6 o’clock for the 1-hour d...

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Horse Pack Trips in Banff - History in the Saddle

A Horse Pack Trip with a Modern Tom Wilson and a mule named Sharon Stone. by Darley Newman as published in her column in True West magazine. I welcome travel in areas where no vehicles are allowed, because it means fewer of us and more of the “wild” out in the wilderness. In Banf...

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Horse Riding Sheep River in Alberta

Ride the foothills of the Canadian Rockies in Alberta's Sheep River by Darley Newman It might seem like a crazy idea--  riding horses twenty miles into the mountains of Southwestern Alberta with a TV production crew and all their high definition equipment-- but we like to get off the ...