Articles Tagged 'Trail Riding'

Fort Robinson Trail Riding in Nebraska

Equestrian Travel Articles — September 8, 2017
After receiving many e-mails from Equitrekking viewers who raved about their experiences riding at Fort Robinson, I had to find out why this Nebraska park is so popular. by Darley Newman, as published in her Trail Rider column in True West magazine Situated near Crawford, Fort Robinson is a microcosm… Read more »

Horse Ride Under the Hollywood Sign

Equestrian Travel Articles — September 2, 2017
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 »

Arkansas Horseback Riding Pedestal Rock- Ozark National Forest

50 State Trail Riding Project — August 16, 2017
Learn about favorite Arkansas trails of the Arkansas Trail Riders Association as part of Equitrekking's 50 State Trail Riding Project. by Tina Taylor and Sherry Resecker Cowboy Up Horse Camp in Pelsor, Arkansas is a great place for riding, some of it is easy, however there are many difficult trails… Read more »

Experience Nevada’s Diversity Riding The American Discovery Trail

50 State Trail Riding Project — August 6, 2017
From wildflower meadows and craggy mountain canyons to crisp blue lakes and deep sand dunes, Samantha Szesciorka and her horse cross the state of Nevada on the ADT Equestrian Trail and describe the experience for Equitrekking’s 50 State Trail Riding Project. by Samantha Szesciorka Nevada is often presented as one… Read more »

Horse Riding the Pacific Crest Trail in San Diego County

50 State Trail Riding Project — July 14, 2017
An active equestrian who frequents horse and mule trails in San Diego County shares great equine trails along the Southern Tip of the Pacific Crest Trail for the Equitrekking 50 State Trail Riding Project. By Clare Maudsley The Pacific Crest Trail stretches 2,650 miles from the Mexican border to Canada.… Read more »

Equitrekking’s 50 State Trail Riding Project- USA Horse Trails

Darley's Travel Blog — June 19, 2017
Have a cool horseback trail that you've explored? We are making it a goal to publish trail riding articles from every state on Equitrekking.com as a part of the "50 State Trail Riding Project". We want Equitrekking.com to serve as a resource for people who want to head out and… Read more »

YQA -  Where to Horse Ride Amid Wildflowers

Darley's Travel Blog — March 20, 2017
In honor of the first day of spring, check out these destinations to ride horses amid wildflowers. Alaska, Kentucky, Hawaii's Big Island and Ireland trail riding. by Darley Newman Spring is finally here! After a long winter, hopefully everyone is finally digging out. Besides where to view changing leaves on horseback… Read more »

Horse Riding the Ring of Kerry in Ireland Part 2

Darley's Travel Blog — August 19, 2016
I continue my trek along the Ring of Kerry, where Irish mountains meet the sea. by Darley Newman After a picnic lunch on the trails, we continued our trek up towards Windy Gap with Aoife, my Killarney Riding Stables' guide. We rode towards a picturesque spot to see that a multitude… Read more »

Back Country Horsemen in New Mexico Clear the Argentine Trail

Expert Equestrian Articles — August 25, 2014
Back Country Horsemen from Ruidoso and Albuquerque work to clear the Argentine Trail in Bonito Canyon, helping to keep trails open for equestrians and enjoying a beautiful trail ride. Photos and story from Caroline McCoy The weekend before Labor Day, while Nogal Canyon was a regular city of tents and… Read more »

Riding the Apache Trail in Lincoln County, New Mexico

Equestrian Travel Articles — June 10, 2014
Caroline McCoy, who rides almost every week of the year on her Quarter Horse mare, shares photos from Apache Trail in Lincoln County, New Mexico. photos and story by Caroline Ames McCoy The Bonito River has quieted its rapid flow from the spring. Saturday, some Back Country Horsemen decided to go… Read more »