Articles Tagged 'National Parks Horse Riding'

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 »

Riding Mules at Grand Canyon National Park

Equestrian Travel Articles — April 13, 2014
Sure, you can see the Grand Canyon by foot or bus, but why not experience this must see National Park from the back of a mule? by Jocelyn Pierce Grand Canyon National Park is a destination on many bucket lists. Expansive and awe-inspiring, the iconic park attracts nearly five million… 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 »

4 Great National Parks for Horseback Riding

Darley's Travel Blog — April 10, 2011
Saddle up in these American National Parks by Darley Newman As I travel the world Equitrekking, I've visited a lot of state and national parks that are great to discover on horseback. Here are four U.S. National Parks that are accessible on horseback. Bring your own horse or ride with… Read more »