Horseback Riding

Whether you’re a visitor to Alberta or you’ve lived here your entire life, nothing makes you feel in touch with Alberta’s roots like experiencing nature from the back of a horse. Whether you’re an experienced rider or a city slicker who doesn’t know your saddles from your stirrups, there’s a horseback riding program out there for you. Some of these outfits are a little further afield, but it’s worth the journey if you want to see the landscape like the cowboys did generations ago.

Moose Mountain Horseback Adventures (Family Fun Calgary)
Moose Mountain Horseback Adventures

Moose Mountain Horseback Adventures is located in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies between Calgary and Banff National Park, 13 km south of Bragg Creek. They offer trail rides, expedition adventures and ranch-stay vacations all year round. M&M Ranch is the ideal place for adventurous horse lovers that want to explore
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Banff Trail Riders (Family Fun Calgary)
Banff Trail Riders

Looking for an extraordinary adventure? Banff Trail Riders offer pony rides for kids ages 3 – 7 years to trail rides for families with kids 8 years and up. Or you can enjoy a carriage ride through Banff and along the Bow River. You can even take overnight trips to
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Anchor D Horseback Riding (Family Fun Calgary)
Anchor D Guiding and Outfitting

Anchor D has everything from short day rides, family-friendly weekends in the saddle, or even week-long adventure rides, they have a horseback experience for everyone. […]

Boundary Ranch (Family Fun Calgary)
Boundary Ranch

Ideally located in the spectacular natural beauty of Kananaskis Valley, Boundary Ranch is perfect to discover the adventure and serenity of a Canadian tradition; a trail ride in the Rockies! […]

Brewster Adventures

his century old riding stable, riding the Heritage Trails, offer daily trips to famed locations such as the Plain of Six Glaciers, Lake Agnes Tea House, Paradise Valley, and the Giant Steps. There is no better way to experience the Canadian Rockies than on horseback. […]