Articles Tagged 'Elkhorn Ranch'

9 Great Ranches for Thanksgiving Celebrations

Dude Ranch Blog — November 5, 2017
Leave work and worrries behind, and let a guest ranch take care of the Thanksgiving holiday magic. by Karen Braschayko With Halloween frolics past us and leaves falling rapidly, our thoughts turn to family time around cozy fires and glorious Thanksgiving feasts. Of course, Thanksgiving can be a lot of… Read more »

Spring Break Ranch Vacations

Dude Ranch Blog — February 24, 2016
Saddle up for Spring Break on these ranch vacations, whether you want to play in the Colorado snow or Arizona sun! by Darley Newman Whether you're traveling solo or with a group, there are lots of options for spring break dude ranch retreats. While ranches in California combine family-friendly activities… Read more »

Thanksgiving at Ranches Across the USA

Dude Ranch Blog — November 29, 2014
From trail rides in the sun and snow to awesome ranch feasts, check out photos from Thanksgiving at ranches across the USA. by Darley Newman From Colorado to Arizona to California, there was a lot going on at dude ranches for Thanksgiving. While many guests and owners enjoyed trail rides,… Read more »

10 Things to Love About Arizona Ranch Vacations

Dude Ranch Blog — October 28, 2014
From sunny skies to desert sunsets, there's a lot to love about Arizona ranch vacations. Check out these reasons why you might love saddling up for a dude ranch vacation in Arizona! by Darley Newman Having traveled to vacation ride in Arizona a few times, including while filming for Equitrekking,… Read more »

9 Great Arizona Ranch Vacations- Elkhorn Ranch

Dude Ranch Blog — September 6, 2014
This longtime, family-owned ranch captures the hearts of many guests who return year upon year to ride quality, ranch raised horses in mountain and desert environments. by Darley Newman Located about one hour southwest of Tucson in the Baboquivari Mountains and Sonoran desert country of the Altar Valley, Elkhorn Ranch is a… Read more »

Horse Ride Teddy Roosevelt’s Trails in the American West

Equestrian Travel Articles — November 5, 2012
Explore the lands, ride the trails and gaze on same vistas President Theodore Roosevelt did as he fought to preserve the American West. By Karen Braschayko We know him as Teddy, though he greatly disliked the nickname, and he’s the reason the term “teddy bear” entered our common language. Politician… Read more »