Articles Tagged 'Horseback Riding Vacations'

Horseback Riding Vacation- Argentina Over the Border to Chile

Equestrian Travel Articles — March 14, 2013
A challenging horseback riding vacation takes a U.S. rider from Argentina over the border into Chile. I rendezvous at Bariloche Airport in Argentina on Tuesday with six riders from the UK–– two couples and two single women–– and one single woman from Ireland. After a two hour van trip, we… Read more »

Horse Riding Through Time in Cappadocia

Darley's Travel Blog — January 16, 2013
Journey back in time on horseback through Cappadocia on a village to village horse trek with the locals. by Darley Newman In ancient times the name Cappadocia meant “the land of beautiful horses” and the finest horses were raised in this part of Central Turkey. As part of my job… Read more »

Meet Your Host- Tsylos Park Lodge

Meet Your Host — January 3, 2013
Learn about Tsylos Park Lodge from owner Karen McLean, who grew up at this Canadian wilderness lodge on Chilko Lake in British Columbia. Canadian Bud McLean and his American wife Corinne dreamed of having a fishing and hunting lodge for themselves and future generations of their family. Committed to conservation… 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 »

Riding Holiday in Cappadocia, Turkey

Equestrian Travel Articles — October 3, 2012
Exploring the "Land of the Beautiful Horses" on a Cappadocia riding vacation in Central Turkey. by Ann Jamieson The boarding call came over the loudspeaker. My plane was boarding for Istanbul, where I would catch a connecting flight to Kayseri, and then be picked up for my horseback holiday in… Read more »

10 Tips for Leave No Trace Horse Riding

Travel Tips — September 18, 2012
How you can hit the trail without harming nature. Here are 10 tips to use anywhere you ride. by Karen Braschayko Many Equitrekkers wish to change the natural world as little as possible, taking nothing and leaving no trace behind while still enjoying the brilliant scenery and thrilling experiences only… 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 »

Rancho Las Cascadas Riding Vacation

Equestrian Travel Articles — July 2, 2012
Seeing the heart of Mexico as it was 100 years ago–– where people live simply, close to the land, and the horse is still a treasured mode of transportation.  by Rosemary Passantino On the way from Mexico City airport to Rancho Las Cascadas, a boutique hotel and horse ranch in the… Read more »

Turkey- Güzelyurt Horseback Riding

Darley's Travel Blog — April 19, 2012
Meet the locals of Guzelyurt, an off the beaten path village in Cappadocia by Darley Newman An introduction to Guzelyurt  Güzelyurt is a part of Turkey, which has not been totally discovered by tourists, allowing travelers who do make it here to see Turks living a traditional lifestyle. We’re riding… 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 »