We went in late May and the stables had only just opened. The trails have fantastic views of the mountains and there is wildlife to be spotted. However, the area is somewhat developed with housing (huge mansions) and a golf course, so you didn't get the in the middle of nowhere feeling that you can with some of the other ranches like 4Eagle.
We are experienced riders and I requested an "intermediate" ride, however the group was large (7/8 people) and had some total beginners in it. The guide insisted that we ride in a long line, which can get dull and wasn't what I requested.
Horse's were well groomed and well kept. Had fun chatting to Ty, who had just joined to be a guide so came on our ride. He was a true Colorado cowboy and I'm sure will be a great guide.
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