The guide, Melissa, obviously has tremendous care for her horses and has rescued many abandoned horses from near death. That may be the skinny horse the other reviewer saw - she was probably rescuing it (she also has retired horses that are out to pasture). My mom knows horses and says they all looked very healthy and she had obvious love for them. The horses were very gentle and friendly and she has sweet dogs (they bark at first but are very friendly) that run along side you. The views were beautiful and Melissa has a lot of knowledge about the geology and the history of the area. She was kind enough to line the horses up and take photos in the most scenic points of the trail. We had a really fun time and would definitely go back! One word of caution - if you don't have a four-wheel drive, park by the road and walk into the stables. Bring sunscreen, a hat, water and a small camera. On your way home she'll fill your water up for you. Great place!
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.