This hour-long ride begins at the Hidden Passage Guest Ranch equestrian center. We’ll ride through the high desert where you’ll see wildlife, a bounty of nature and amazing panoramic views. We stop for several photo opportunities along the route.

We have structured this ride to comply with Covid-19 requirements and appreciate your respect for our new and current policies. Please wear a mask upon your arrival (it may be removed while in the open on the ride.) Also, please remember to social distance as you fill out your paperwork and meet your horse. We’ll help you mount your horse and give you a basic horseback riding tutorial before heading out on the trail.

All equipment that you will be touching on the horse (reins and saddle) is sanitized between each ride with appropriate cleaning products as suggested by the CDC.

What we’ll do
Once mounted up and ready to go, you will be led through beautiful trails in the canyons near by Hidden Passage, surrounded yourself with canyon walls and desert landscape.  You will enjoy beautiful vista views, perfect for a photo-op.  Along the way we will tell you about the terrain and landscape.

Horseback rides can be booked on Airbnb Experiences using the calendar below.  Novices and first time riders welcome.

Equastrian Area 22
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Airbnb Booking Calendar - Use the calendar below to pick your date and book your ride!

Testimonials

“We had a lovely time horse back riding. Our host made it so easy and their horses were so well mannered. Very first-time rider friendly. The trail was absolutely beautiful. Some good chatting with the host, still with enough time to just be quiet and take in nature.” – Michaela

“I really enjoyed the Airbnb horseback riding experience. It far exceeded my expectations and I didn’t want it to end! Jimmy was really friendly and made my fiancée and I feel super comfortable. If you are looking for a chance to enjoy nature this is for you. I would definitely do this again!! I left wanting to go out and buy a horse. :)” – Ron