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For a vacation to remember, consider taking one of our scenic trail rides! Our guides take you to the backcountry beauty of rushing creaks, lush meadows and panoramic mountain views. We have saddle stock for little cowpokes, on up to the experienced rider. You choose the ride that suits you, and your party best! Reservations are recommended for larger groups, but walk-ins are always welcome!

Willow Camp Ride Enjoy 30 minutes of easy riding as you meander along the south fork of Bishop Creek, and visit a lush, peaceful meadow. A great ride for the kids!

Rainbow Meadow Ride Spend an hour visiting flowered meadows and clear streams, while you get a taste of mountain trail riding. A great ride for the family, and a lot of fun and adventure packed into an hour!

South Lake Vista Ride Spend 2 hours riding the Historic Rainbow Trail to South Lake and back! This adventuresome mountain trail ride offers a panoramic vista view of South Lake, with breath-taking scenery!

Long Lake Scenic Ride This 4-hour ride takes you into the back country along the Historic Rainbow Trail. Ride beyond South Lake and view the incredible beauty of Long Lake. The scenery is free, and what a view! We recommend you bring a bottle of water and a light snack to enjoy lakeside.

All Day Ride Let our guides take you for a day of trail riding adventure! On your visit through the Sierra, visit unspoiled lakes and streams, and peaceful meadows, as you explore spectacular Bishop Basin! You won’t soon forget this addition to your vacation! Trips begin at 9:00 am and a reservation is required. We recommend you bring bottled water and a lunch.

Note: All trips are destination oriented, and are not specifically timed, as individual ride times may vary. All trail rides are guided and double riding is not permitted. All participants must sign an “Assumption of Risk” form, and parents or guardians must sign for minors. Helmets are recommended and available upon request.
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