Horseback Riding in Moab, UT
Have your little buckaroo hop aboard one of our lovable ponies for a trip or two around the arena. These rides are a perfect introduction for first time riders and great for children that are too young to hit the trails. All pony rides are led by one of our experienced wranglers. Please ask our staff for today’s schedule of rides. Complimentary.
The Sorrel Group Ride
Time: 1.5 – 2 hours; Rating: Easy; max. 12 guests
Our group ride is a wonderfully scenic, relaxing trip recommended for riders of any ability level. The group trail winds its way through Ida Gulch up and over the rolling foothills below Parriot Mesa. Our group ride departs each morning.
Intermediate Group Ride
Time: 1.5 – 2 hours; Rating: Easy to Moderate; max. 12 guests
The intermediate ride offers more challenging terrain than the group ride. Riders will enjoy the landscape of Ida gulch from heights that may be unsettling to the inexperienced rider. During the course of this ride guests will find themselves navigating steep slopes and must be comfortable in the saddle. Departs every morning.
Mesa View Trail
Time: 1 hour; Rating: All Levels; Ages 6-Adult; maximum weight 260 lbs.
This ride is perfect for beginners or those looking for a shorter, scenic trail ride with amazing views of Parriott Mesa and Castleton Tower. The trail winds along the top of a ridge and includes a brief stop for a photo with a breathtaking view of the surrounding area.
Parriott Ridgetop Ride
2 hours; Rating: All Levels; Ages 8-Adult; maximum weight 260 lbs.
For those looking for a slightly longer ride, the Ridgetop ride reaches slightly higher elevations and offers magnificent views of the mesas, ranch, and river. The trail winds along the foothills and crosses through the Ida Gulch. Photo opportunities abound on this ride.
Stearns Wash Ride – Private Trail Ride
3 hours; Rating: All Levels; Ages 10-Adult; maximum weight 240 lbs.
This ride is geared towards riders that have some experience and are looking for something a little more challenging. The trail starts after crossing the ranch, winds up Stearns wash, traverses up some rocks in a canyon, and reaches a panoramic point with unbelievable views of the La Sal mountains and Professor Valley.