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Beaver Creek Stables

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Beaver Creek Stables

66 Reviews
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93 Elk Track Rd, Beaver Creek, CO 81620-5408
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$7.99 per adult
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haveshoeswilltravel2 wrote a review Sep 2020
Maryland36 contributions11 helpful votes
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The description for the Beaver Lake Ride with picnic lunch on their website does not do this trip justice! It was one of the most memorable experiences I’ve had (and I travel a lot!). Let me back up...do not use GPS to find the stables. They are located in the Beaver Creek Resort area and the gate attendant will direct you as well. Each person I encountered while arranging the trip (and getting directions) was so nice! The horses all look happy and well cared for. They have a job and know the terrain and the paths. We had Coffee and Rocky and they were beautiful boys - each with their own personality - which makes it fun to get to know them since you’re with them for a bit! Our guide was Chase - and he was awesome! He took pride in his work and maneuvered us up the path with experience. He was great to chat with and by the end it felt like we had been riding with an old friend. Now for the actual ride....even the initial portion of the ride over the ski slope area was so beautiful. You look completely out across the valley. The paths are tight - but like I said - the horses know exactly what to do. You ride up the path that follows the creek - it’s so scenic and peaceful. Then you get to the lake and it’s one of the most beautiful places! We ordered the Swiss Raclette Picnic - it was kinda fancy, yet simple - but DELICIOUS!!!! I don’t know how they cook these baby potatoes - but OMG - soooooo good! I would highly recommend this instead of the deli sandwiches (which I’m sure are delicious - but treat yourself with the Raclette). There are the most adorable chipmunks everywhere at the lake - and they have zero fear of humans and will in fact climb right up your leg! You have time after eating to walk just a bit around the lake and the guide took plenty of pictures. The ride back down is almost more beautiful then the ride up. So while it’s not a loop - it doesn’t feel like the same scenery. Do yourself a favor and book this!!!!! I HIGHLY recommend it!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Averagewhitegirlkait wrote a review Aug 2020
Nanuet, New York30 contributions1 helpful vote
Had a great experience with my husband and I on our 2 hour horse ride. The horses are well trained and the staff is very helpful. Virginia our guide was great !
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Date of experience: August 2020
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agopiola wrote a review Aug 2020
4 contributions2 helpful votes
My wife and I had a wonderful time @beavercreek stables on Tuesday, July 28th. We booked a two hour ride which took us, along with 6 other people, through a winding trail of aspen trees. Panoramic mountain views, gorgeous surroundings.. Our only recommendation: If there was a way to lessen the group size simply because we could not hear our wrangler since we were the last two.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Becklight wrote a review Jul 2020
Delray Beach, Florida15 contributions9 helpful votes
The scenery is bar none and the horses very responsive. We did the two hour ride. The pricing is a little steep but I felt it was worth it for the ride. However, the guides were not the greatest. We had a ride of 12 people, way too many for that trail. I asked the wrangler for help adjusting my daughter's helmet and she came down and helped someone else's daughter, inexplicably. Then the guide, (who seems sweet by the way) didn't even stop to make sure our saddles and setup were working well. People a few horses in could not hear her instructions. My stirrups were way too high, and finally someone yelled from the back that their saddle was slipping off and we finally stopped to adjust everything. On a two hour ride, wrong stirrups and saddles slipping off will break you. A stop 20 minutes in like another stable we rode in is absolutely a must. I highly recommend a helmet as the trees are quite low and the branches could hurt you (people lost their hats). 5 stars for the ride, 4 stars for the guides.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Len P wrote a review Jul 2020
Richardson, Texas1 contribution1 helpful vote
Tips: - it gets real dusty in the back so bring your Covid face mask and save your sinuses. - Small backpacks are OK to wear, pack one with some water. - Their are great photo opportunities, but they didn't really let the group stop to take photos and pulling your phone out while riding is really difficult & risky, if it drops it will likely get trampled by horses behind you. So if you have an old digital camera wear it with a lanyard around your neck. - They have optional helmets for your safety and the liner looked clean, but I would bring a bandanna or ball cap to wear underneath.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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