Articles Tagged 'Ranch'

Colorado dude ranch vacation at Wilderness Trails Ranch

Darley's Travel Blog — November 19, 2012
Horse riding, line dancing and food on a Colorado Dude Ranch Vacation at Wilderness Trails Ranch. by Darley Newman There are a lot of great Colorado dude ranches, where single travelers, couples and multi-generational families can saddle up and ride the West. On a road trip through Colorado, I stopped… Read more »

Wyoming- T Cross Ranch

Equestrian Travel Articles — August 20, 2012
Embracing life away from modern technology at the T Cross Ranch, a historic Wyoming dude ranch. by Darley Newman I take a deep breath and stare at the glacier-capped Wind River Mountains. My Quarter Horse Hank has probably seen this view a hundred times, but he stands quietly while I… Read more »

Wyoming- T Cross Ranch Fly Fishing

Darley's Travel Blog — August 19, 2012
Experience fly-fishing at a Wyoming dude ranch. by Darley Newman I am a beginning fly-fisher. I've had one lesson in Wyoming prior to T Cross Ranch, a historic Wyoming dude ranch. Though it was a spot well known for great fly fishing, I did not catch anything. The instructor didn't… Read more »

Montana- Big Sky Country

Equestrian Travel Articles — June 5, 2012
Horse Riding and Travel Adventures at The Bar W Ranch in Whitefish, Montana. Written By Susan Seligman, Photographs courtesy of Susan Seligman and Bar W Ranch The day was beyond perfect. We rode for miles along the border, and then dropped down to a pure white sandy beach surrounding azure… Read more »

Texas- Running-R Ranch

Darley's Travel Blog — April 27, 2012
Hill Country in Texas and especially Bandera is well-known for its guest ranches. Saddle up with me to explore the area from the Running-R Ranch. by Darley Newman Running-R Ranch is a small guest ranch in the Hill Country of Texas, just outside of the small town of Bandera, self-proclaimed… Read more »

Brazil- Exotic Horses, Farms and Riding

Equestrian Travel Articles — April 3, 2012
Travel through Brazil to learn about the National Horse of Brazil–– the Mangalarga Marchador.  By Lynn Kelley Brazil is a country with great history and tradition. They still perform what I would call lost arts "true craftsmanship" learned from their fathers and father's fathers. With no cell phones and almost… Read more »

Uruguay- Finca Piedra Horse Riding

Darley's Travel Blog — March 8, 2012
Saddle up to ride with me on a sustainabe estancia in Uruguay by Darley Newman Uruguayan Riding Style Jason, the owner of Finca Piedra, a sustainable estancia, Pedro, Finca Piedra’s gaucho, and I took off on our Criollo horses to explore the farm. I had never ridden a Criollo horse… Read more »

Uruguay’s Mysterious Stone Cone Valley

Darley's Travel Blog — February 24, 2012
Feel the energy on a horse ride to the Valley of the Thread of Life by Darley Newman Have you ever been on a horse ride to a historic place where you've felt some sort of energy? In Uruguay, I did. I went horse riding with a local named Alicia… Read more »

Ups and Downs of Ranching Dreams

Expert Equestrian Articles — February 20, 2012
Who hasn’t fantasized about riding off into the sunset on your own horse through beautiful Western terrain that is all yours for as far as the eye can see? by Darley Newman. Originally published in True West magazine. Yet running a ranch is a 24/7 existence with a lot of… Read more »

Hawaii Horseback Riding Ranches & Cowboy History Video

Darley's Travel Blog — January 18, 2012
Learn about Big Island horseback riding and the history of cattle drives and paniolos, Hawaiian cowboys. by Darley Newman This Equitrekking video clip, from our Great American Ranches TV special, showcases great places to saddle up and relive the history of the American cowboy in Hawaii. Learn about wrangling cattle in… Read more »