If riding's your pleasure, we have a wide variety of trails
and rides to suit the tenderest tenderfoot or the most
experienced rider - from an hour to a week
or more. We run trail rides all year long. If you come
along on a winter ride, wear ski clothes, the warmest boots
you have, and don't forget gloves and a hat. Please call for
reservations and prices.
Forest service fee and 3% resort tax are included.|
The Steak Fry includes our two hour ride through the woods to a special spot with a steak, baked beans, corn on the cob, baked potato and a great salad. We roast marshmallows and cook it all over a campfire.
$81.00 Children under 12
on two National Forests as well as Yellowstone Park.
Dress: Ski clothes! Wear the warmest boots you have. Bring gloves and a hat.
Weather: Please make your reservation without trying to determine the weather in advance. The weather channel has the capability to almost show you the weather as it happens, but is normally incapable of forecasting the weather in these mountain valleys. If it is torming, we can still ride or we will reschedule. Very often when it's storming on Lone Mountain, the sun is shining on the Gallatin Canyon south of Big Sky. Big Sky sits purposely in a heavy snow area while the valley is 200 feet lower and doesn't get near the snow.
The best way to make a reservation is to call us at 406-995-4630 or 800-352-5956.
We will need the date, time of day, number of people & their weights, ages & weights of kids and a credit card to hold the spot. Don't put your card number in an e-mail.
The minimum age is 7 years old, maximum weight is 240, and we cannot take pregnant women.
The minimum number of people on a ride is two. If one person goes out alone with a guide we charge the rate for two.
We can accommodate large parties.
Riding while intoxicated is not allowed.
The time we schedule is the time for you to arrive. Your riding time starts when we leave the corrals.
If the horses scare you or you are fearful of riding or unwilling to control your horse Please DON'T RIDE! Tense people are more apt to fall off.
During Spring, Summer and Fall it is recommended to wear long pants, closed toes shoes and long sleeve shirts to protect from sun and bugs. During Winter it is recommended to wear ski clothes and the warmest socks and boots that you have, also wear gloves and hat.
Parties requesting private rides are charged an additional $100 fee for the group. If you do not request a private ride, people may be added to your party. Most of our rides, most of the year, don't fill up to our normal cutoff of 8 riders per wrangler in a group.
We operate under permit to the U.S. Forest Service & the National Park Service.|
Forest Service Fee and 3% Resort Tax are included.
Mastercard, Visa, Discover and American Express accepted.
Our corrals & tack room are located 2.5 miles south of the Big Sky Resort on Hwy 191