No matter if you
just learning to ride or you are an experienced rider, we have horses and guides
for all levels. We will match the horse with your level of ability.
If you don't know how to ride --
that's OK come early and we'll show you how. Your guide will make sure that your
experience meets your expectations. Come
as you are, but If you have boots or shoes with heels on them that is preferable.
No Credit Cards please.
Cash or Check accepted only
a one hour ride around the 75 acre ranch. You will go through wooded trails, open
pastures, and see great views. We'll walk, trot, and canter. If you like you
can learn and help to saddle your horse. $35
a two hour ride along the Paulinskill Trail and River. Paulinskill is a 26 mile
trail, most of which lies on riverine or glacier deposits. For the naturalist,
the trails are a bonanza. Along the Paulinskill Valley Trail alone, 560 species
of birds, representing 20% of the known species in state, have been counted. The
trails provide an excellent place for the observation of beaver, deer, mink, muskrat,
and other wildlife. And, because the railroad often acted as a super pollinator,
spreading seed from unknown, faraway places, many unusual and nonnative plant
species are evident along the way. Relax in the saddle as you take in the views,
nature, the fresh air and experience the pleasure of leading your
horse along the trail. $65
ready to leave the ranch promptly at 9:00am. We'll travel to the Paulinskill
River. The day includes logging in about 25 miles of trails. You'll spend around five and half hours in the saddle with
breaks along the way. Lots of fresh air, nature, open spaces, and wooded trails.
a full day of activities featuring, of course, horse back riding, volleyball,
badminton, horseshoes, and lectures on wildlife. We can bring in entertainment
as well. We can have pony rides for kids or help you plan a company meeting outdoors.
You plan it and chances are we can make it work. $Call