Articles Tagged 'Trail Riding'

Horseback Riding Around the Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia

50 State Trail Riding Project — September 24, 2016
A great place to trail ride in West Virginia and visit a historic town with a cool old railroad, part of the Equitrekking 50 State Trail RIding Project. Over the Labor Day weekend, I traveled with a group of members from the Shenandoah Trail Riders and Horseman's Association to Durbin,… Read more »

Riding Australia’s Challenging Bicentennial National Trail

Equestrian Travel Articles — August 19, 2016
Read about a mother and daugther team, who with two little pack donkeys and a trusty Thoroughbred are traveling over 3000 miles across Australia on the Bicentennial National Trail. by Eliza Allan It had been my dream for quite some time to save up and take a year off work to travel… Read more »

Horse Riding the Ring of Kerry in Ireland, Part 1

Darley's Travel Blog — August 19, 2016
Ride on strong Irish horses on Ireland's beautiful Ring of Kerry by Darley Newman With beautiful sunny skies, our crew headed to Killarney Riding Stables right outside of the center of Killarney. There’s a reason why so many tourists flock to this part of County Kerry, it’s absolutely gorgeous. There’s… Read more »

Mammoth Cave National Park’s First Creek Trail in Kentucky

50 State Trail Riding Project — February 4, 2016
A passionate trail rider who volunteers with the Mammoth chapter of the Backcountry Horsemen describes a trail riding experience we all might hope to enjoy in Kentucky's Cave Country. by Doris Dorsey How does one begin to tell tales of a trail when living adjacent to it most of their life? Mammoth… Read more »

Trail Riding Shenandoah River State Park in Virginia

50 State Trail Riding Project — January 4, 2016
Members of the Shenandoah Trail Riders and Horseman's Association began the 2016 New Year on the right “hoof” by hitting the trails at one of Virginia's top-rated state parks and one of the best in the nation, Shenandoah River State Park, located eight miles south of Front Royal, Virginia. by Susan… Read more »

Riding in the Highlands Above Bogota

Equestrian Travel Articles — November 27, 2015
A horseback riding adventure just an hour from Bogota with good horses and beautiful views. by Miguel Gonzalez When one travels to Bogotá, horseback riding usually isn’t on the top ten list of things to do. Bogota, a very historic city, with incredible history and sights such as the Museum of… Read more »

Horseback Riding the Bucktail Trail in West Virginia

50 State Trail Riding Project — November 17, 2015
Riding the Bucktail Trail in the George Washington National Forest in West Virginia, part of the 50 State Trail Riding Project. by Susan St. Amand On another late, crisp autumn day, the Shenandoah Trail Riders and Horseman's Assocation organized and sponsored another spectacular trail ride on the Bucktail Trail situated across… Read more »

Trail Riding at Big South Fork Recreation Area in Tennessee

50 State Trail Riding Project — October 7, 2015
Wild weather didn’t stop Susan St. Amand from having fun at Big South Fork Recreation Area as part of Equitrekking’s 50 State Trail Riding Project. by Susan St. Amand About Big South Fork Recreation Area Big South Fork Recreation Area is located on the Northeastern end of Tennessee, straddling the… Read more »

Riding the Sespe Trail in California’s Los Padres National Forest

Equestrian Travel Articles — January 25, 2015
Hollis Guerra of MisAdventures of a RedHead treks through Santa Barbara's stunning backcountry, the Los Padres National Forest, enjoying food and friendship along the route. by Hollis Guerra Over Thanksgiving break, I had maybe one of the most incredible days cementing my new found love for horses and working on my… Read more »

TREC: “The Adventure Sport for Trail Riding Enthusiasts”

Expert Equestrian Articles — December 18, 2014
Originating from the equestrian tourism industry, TREC is an international sport that tests horses and riders over three phases. by Jocelyn Pierce with photos by TREC-USA TREC, or Techniques de Rondonee Equestre de Competition, began in France as a way to test trekking guides working in the equestrian tourism industry.… Read more »