Get back to nature and experience Montana through the eyes of a true Wild West cowboy on a guided horseback tour. Trails extend through vast stretches of wildflower-filled meadows, over large expanses of rocky hillside, and through glistening mountain streams. Whether you are a skilled equestrian or have never been atop a horse in your life, there is no better way to experience the calming solitude and the impressive countryside of Big Sky’s beautiful wilderness areas.
Set out on an hour-long jaunt through the landscape, or arrange a day-long pack trip to more fully explore Montana’s diverse outdoors. Once you’re done with your Wild West adventure you can kick off your boots and return to Big Sky’s bustling nightlife or relax in its comfortable accommodations. Check out a few resources below to plan your next Montana outing:
There isn’t a better place to get back to nature on horseback than Gallatin National Forest or the Absaroka-Bear Tooth Wilderness. Gardiner, Montana acts as a gateway to Yellowstone Park’s north entrance and is an ideal spot to saddle up for rides, pack trips, or guided tours through this majestic countryside.
This ranch’s 1700 acres of sagebrush, meadows, and juniper forests are waiting to be explored. The ranch land of Cinnabar Basin offers remarkable views of Electric Peak and the surrounding landscape, much of which is most easily accessed on horseback.
Specializing in family-friendly outings as well as horseback and rafting expeditions, this guide service is the perfect way to experience Montana’s splendid mountain scenery like a true cowboy. Tours take guests through vast rolling meadowland and the wooded backdrop of Gallatin National Forest.