How much is horseback riding in Rocky Mountain National Park? Its two-hour horseback ride winds through the Rocky Mountain landscape and features incredible views of the Estes Valley, the Continental Divide and Longs Peak. You’ll also head into the forest to see Big Thompson Canyon and Eagle Valley. Prices start at $90 per person.
Can you ride horses in Rocky Mountain National Park? Horses, mules, ponies, llamas, and burros are allowed on park trails. No goats are allowed on park trails. For overnight camping, stock is permitted at established backcountry campsites designated for stock use. There are two stables located within the park: Glacier Creek Stables and Moraine Park Stables.
Can you ride a horse on the Continental Divide Trail? Yes! The CDT is generally designed for both hiker and horseback use. Equestrian users should take special considerations due to trail conditions and segments that may be difficult or not possible to ride on horseback.
Is there horseback riding in Banff? Following trails through vibrant alpine pastures, traversing mountain passes, or fording rushing rivers, horseback riding in Banff and Lake Louise is a strikingly memorable experience. See Banff Trail Riders for more on horse experiences in Banff and Brewster Adventures and Timberline Tours in Lake Louise.