Articles Tagged 'Day Rides'

Horseback Riding Zion National Park in Utah-La Verkin Creek

50 State Trail Riding Project — July 3, 2017
An active member of the Back Country Horsemen of Utah and blogger about great Utah trails shares horse trails in Zion National Park, encompassing Lee's Pass, LaVerkin Creek and Kolob Arch, for Equitrekking's 50 State Trail Riding Project. by Judy Nelson Horses traditionally have been used to explore Zion National… Read more »

Horse Ride Under the Hollywood Sign

Equestrian Travel Articles — February 11, 2013
Take a ride through Griffith Park, home of the famous Hollywood Sign, setting for many TV productions, and land of celebrity sightings. by Karen Braschayko  On a clear day, downtown Los Angeles is visible from the park's trails. Photo courtesy Sunset Ranch Hollywood. The Hollywood Hills surprised me. Maybe it… Read more »

Horse Riding on Monterey Bay, California

Equestrian Travel Articles — January 28, 2013
My first horseback ride on the beach was thrilling and magnificent. by Karen Braschayko Watching Darley Newman’s many beach rides on Equitrekking has always made me a smidge jealous and invited me to wonder what it would be like to experience one for myself. The Black Stallion and other movies… Read more »

Horse Ride through Paramount Ranch

Equestrian Travel Articles — December 12, 2012
Experience the setting of Gunsmoke, Dr. Quinn, many classic westerns and modern TV shows just as many stars have – on horseback. by Karen Braschayko   Riders are welcome to explore historic Paramount Ranch. I’ll admit it – I was an extremely zealous fan of the show Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.… Read more »

Zion National Park Horseback Riding - A Traveler’s Review

Equestrian Travel Articles — May 23, 2011
An equestrian relays her horse riding Utah experience from Zion National Park. Read her travel review and check out photos of views from the trail! by Amelia McMahon You have to go to Zion National Park! Before you even get into the park you have a wonderful drive with views of… Read more »

Utah’s Antelope Island

Darley's Travel Blog — August 14, 2010
 As a life-long East Coast gal, I relish the great open spaces of the American West, and as I cantered through fields of sagebrush on a well-trained Quarter Horse Thoroughbred Cross headed for a herd of bison on Antelope Island in Utah, I felt like a true cowgirl. Antelope Island,… Read more »

Colorado: Hidden Treasure in Engineer Mountain

Equestrian Travel Articles — August 3, 2010
With several peaks reaching 14,000 feet and sheer canyons and steep switchbacks, riding horses in the San Juan National Forest can be challenging.  by Equitrekking host Darley Newman, as published in her Trail Rider column in True West magazine Riders and horses that venture out in this part of southwestern… Read more »

Equitrekking in “USA Today”

Darley's Travel Blog — May 1, 2010
I'm in Ireland, but had to interrupt my Ireland postings to show you an article that just came out in the Travel section of USA Today, 10 great places to go horseback riding. I was interviewed about my top picks for 10 great, accessible day rides in the United States.… Read more »