We took the one hour trail ride. Myself and 10 year old daughter joined by a couple in their 20's (neither had been on a horse before). The guide was very friendly and the horses very mild mannered. Rimrock Adventures is located directly across from public lands which are part of the Colorado National Monument so we mounted the horses and crossed one road and we took a gentle hour long trail ride. It is an easy way to get out on horseback in the Colorado National Monument area. Fun and enjoyable experience. The price was fine, we paid $60 for the 2 of us and then gave our guide a tip in addition. I had asked about the ride in the Book Cliffs wild horse preserve but you need a minimum of 4 to take that trip. The price point for the wild horse preserve ride is much higher because they have to transport the horses to the offsite location. Rimrock also offers rafting adventures. If you are looking for more dramtic views and you have the time you may want to try one of the longer rides offered into the canyons.
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