Horseback Riding & More in Breckenridge, CO
Ranch Life: Horseback Riding, Cattle Drives and Hay Rides
The Wild West spirit is still alive in Breckenridge and the surrounding areas. These Ranch Life options get you out into the gorgeous wide open where you can breathe freely, see spectacular views, and spend time with your family or friends. The rides are out on open, undeveloped land where guests frequently encounter wildlife such as deer, elk and other large game.
The cowboys and cowgirls that will be your guides are all highly experienced with horses and ranching and are well versed in the areas you'll be exploring. No matter your ability level, this is sure to be a unique experience.
Email our concierge or call 800.455.7334 to get the best pricing and packages for a customized Ranch Life day.
Different Saddles for Different Folks: Which Ride Would You Like?
Experience the Colorado wilderness as you wander through fields of wildflowers, wind through aspen forests and gaze at phenomenal views of the surrounding landscape. This is the same wilderness the first settlers discovered and fell in love with! Pick a 2- or 3-hour ride.
Saddle and Paddle
Experience a full day of adventure when you combine horseback riding with whitewater rafting. You will have a gorgeous morning horseback ride, enjoy lunch beneath the towering mountain peaks, and then conquer the river with an afternoon float trip designed to match your level of desired adrenaline.
If you immediately think of the movie City Slickers, you're close. Experience this unique Western tradition that is part of everyday work on a ranch. Learn how to help these wranglers gather a lot of cows on 10,000 acres of undeveloped land with views of the Continental Divide. All ability levels are welcome for this ride.
Private Horseback Rides
If you want a very intimate experience, a private ride is the way to go. Customize your trip by staying in the low lands or getting off the beaten path.
Hay Rides and Chuck Wagons
Feel the spirit of the Old West with these wagon rides, which are tradition from 1800s. After a long day of hard work, cowboys would relax, cook dinner and tell stories around the fire. Take this wagon out on the range for an early dinner and see the show following dinner.