PRICE: $2000 + $66 tax = $2066

TRIP #1  JUNE 12-16  Arrival June 11, departure June 17 - (*spaces remaining*)
TRIP #2  JUNE 19-23  Arrival June 18, departure June 24 (trip is full)

Basing out of our camp on Biggs Creek in the North Fork of the Sun River Valley, these two trips highlight scenic day rides to Beartop Lookout, Elk Hill and Gates Park - and for the more adventurous (aka long day in the saddle), a trip to the Continental Divide with the backdrop of the Chinese Wall. These trips are designed to maximize opportunity for wildlife watching with empasis on scenic interpretive day rides, hiking and fishing. Base camp accommodations feature teepee tents with cots as well as large cook tent for dining.

     PRICE:  $2800 + 86 tax = $2886

TRIP #3  AUGUST 22-29 ◆ Arrival August 21, Departure August 30 (trip is full)
TRIP #4 ◆ SEPTEMBER 17-24 ◆ Arrival September 16, Departure September 25 (trip is full)

Traveling into Sun River valley area, these trips climb to the famous Chinese Wall, a majestic and rugged 12 mile section of the Continental Divide. With camps along the banks of the Sun River and at the base of the Divide, we'll explore the splendor of this spectacular rock formation. We'll also explore the meadow strewn country by horseback on layover days. Fishing, hiking and riding opportunities abound.

* Chinese Wall trips are for intermediate to advanced riders in average to good physical condition.*

Guests arrive at the Ranch is in the late afternoon on arrival day, which is the day before the trip departs for the backcounty. We provide dinner and lodging at the Ranch, and then head out on the trail early the next morning. Plan to pack an overnight bag for your ranch nights separate from your trail gear. We'll arrive back to the Ranch mid afternoon on the final trail day so it's also nice to keep fresh clothes for that night, and the shower feels so good! Dinner and lodging are included; departure is after breakfast the following morning. 

We reserve the right to change itinerary for reasons beyond our control such as forest fires, weather, rider ability, unforseen circumstances. Due to the nature of horseback riding in the wilderness, participants MUST be in good physical condition. Trips are not recommended if many health, physical issues, special diets. While we carry a satellite phone for emergencies, it is very difficult to bring someone out from a trip to seek medical attention. The emergency helicopter is costly and is for emergencies only.

Trips fill on a first come first serve basis and do fill quickly 

*2018 Itinerary Coming Soon*