You'll meet your gentle cowboy-trained quarter horse and your professional wrangler at the Red Cliffs corral, where they'll spend time making sure everyone is comfortable with their horse and riding style. The trail ride begins after some instruction in the corral. The gentle sounds of the clearwater creek add to the ambience of towering 2,000-foot cliffs as you go up Castle Creek Canyon. The vistas keep becoming better as you cross the tiny creek multiple times. This lovely trail is reserved for those who take this tour, giving you a unique sense of seclusion that only adds to the breathtaking scenery. You'll return to the corral after your Moab horseback ride.We propose that you say goodbye to your horse and spend some time exploring and relaxing around the ranch before returning to Moab, Utah.
Depending on the season, times will change. For accurate departure times, please call us. Horseback riding rides begin in the lobby of Red Cliffs Lodge, which is located at mile 14 on Highway 128, around.
Maximum weight: 220 pounds (99 kg).
Young riders must be at least ten years old and stand at least 4'2" (132 cm) tall.
Helmets are available for riders and are mandatory for youngsters under the age of sixteen.
Bring a large bottle of water and sunscreen, as well as long pants.Please wear closed-toed shoes rather than sandals.
A 2.5-hour trip with 30 minutes of orientation is included.