Go Horseback Riding in Yellowstone

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Horseback Riding in Yellowstone

No other activity fulfills the Western dream for families visiting this region like a horseback ride.

Wyoming, Montana and Idaho are home to real working cowboys, who earn their living by ranching or wrangling. Many companies in the region offer the opportunity to ride.

Go Horseback Riding with Flying Pig

This stable operates a short distance from Yellowstone's North Entrance and features small groups, amazing scenery and real Montana cowboys leading the way. All rides depart from a private ranch that borders Yellowstone Park.

For more information: 
(866) 264-8448

Grand Teton Lodge Company Horseback Riding

South of Yellowstone, the Grand Teton Lodge Company offers guided horseback rides in Grand Teton National Park. Breakfast, dinner and wagon rides are available.

For more information:
(307) 543-2811

Ride Horses with Lodges of East Yellowstone

Ride for an hour or all day on a horseback trips in the spectacular mountains and valleys just east of Yellowstone with the Lodges of East Yellowstone.

For more information:
(307) 587-9595

320 Guest Ranch and Horseback Riding

Let the professional wranglers at 320 Guest Ranch show you why riding is a way of life in Montana. They are located just a short distance from Yellowstone's North Entrance. These wranglers cover 2,000 trail miles each year, and take care of trail maintenance all summer long, so you know you’re in the hands of experts. Make reservations for full day (with lunch), half-day or two hour rides.

For more information:
(406) 995-4283

Horseback Riding in Laramie, Wyoming

The Laramie website offers an activity guide for horseback riding, chuck wagon cook-outs, wagon rides and cattle drives. If you’re looking for the experience of the West, look to Laramie.

For more information:
(800) 445-5303


Geocache prize box

Go Geocaching in Yellowstone Park

Geocaching is an outdoor treasure-hunting game where participants use a Global Positioning System (GPS) device or other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers (called “geocaches” or “caches”).