Articles Tagged 'Colorado'

Three Great Guest Ranches for Seniors

Equestrian Travel Articles — August 7, 2017
Gather family and friends for a reunion or enjoy some off-season quiet – these guest ranches are great choices for senior adventurers. By Karen Braschayko Whether traveling alone, in a group, or with generations of family, senior vacationers tend to favor guest ranch opportunities with a variety of activities available.… Read more »

Air Out Your Spirits at the Laramie River Ranch

Dude Ranch Blog — July 27, 2017
A vacation away from technology at Laramie River Ranch on the Colorado and Wyoming border, riding horses with Rocky Mountain National Park views. “Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home.” John Muir  Guest ranches have provided a means… Read more »

Ten Ranch Vacations for Cowgirls

Dude Ranch Blog — March 16, 2017
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 a chance to… Read more »

Six Guest Ranches with Photography Workshops in 2017

Dude Ranch Blog — February 13, 2017
Enlarge your photography skills with beautiful horses, diverse natural settings and expert coaches by combining a dude ranch stay with a unique photography retreat. By Karen Braschayko When it comes to vacations, personal wishes fall on a spectrum. Where some want a pool chaise with a beautiful view, others seek… Read more »

Seven Guest Ranches for Snowy Winter Adventures

Equestrian Travel Articles — January 9, 2017
De-stress from the holidays with horses, mountain views and winter fun at a guest ranch. By Karen Braschayko If the post-holiday doldrums have you wishing for secluded, cozy log cabins and hearty home-cooked food, it’s a great time to plan a winter ranch vacation. Winter is just beginning, so there… Read more »

Working Ranch Vacation in Colorado

Darley's Travel Blog — November 27, 2016
I never thought I’d be opting to mend a fence on vacation, but at Colorado Cattle Company, a working ranch in Northern Colorado, I’d get my hands dirty and a whole lot more. I relished in the spontaneous nature of ranch life during my stay, not knowing if I’d be… Read more »

Horseback Ride and Ski at Home Ranch in Colorado

Dude Ranch Blog — November 5, 2016
From horseback riding in the snow to taking a morning sleigh ride to feed the horses, winter fun in Colorado at The Home Ranch. Horseback riding in the snow is a dream for many travelers and with the nearly 300 inches of snow The Home Ranch receives each winter, you… Read more »

3 Most Surprising National Parks for Horseback Riding

Darley's Travel Blog — August 11, 2016
From giant sand dunes to volcanic landscapes, unusual national parks for horseback riding from Arizona to California. We know a ton of great parks to ride horses around the world, but the below national parks surprised even us! Check out these diverse national parks in the USA to saddle up. … Read more »

Working Cattle Ranch for Families with Kids Age Seventeen Plus

Equestrian Travel Articles — June 29, 2016
This Colorado cattle ranch is a top pick for families with children ages seventeen and over, regardless of their horse background!  by Kristin Shawd As your kids grow into adulthood (17 to early 20s) their individual interests begin to branch off into new and different directions. As parents you long to… Read more »

Meet Your Host- T Bar M Outfitters Summer Horseback Adventures

Meet Your Host — March 30, 2016
A professional outfitter since 1979, Steve Holt leads guests on wilderness horseback adventures in Southwest Colorado and Utah. Guests of T Bar M Outfitters stay in a fully guided base camp or high country pack-in camps. In addition to sighting elk, muledeer, bighorn sheep, moose and bear, guets see stunning… Read more »