Explore the Paradise of Snow Canyon State Park on Horseback

Southern Utah’s Ultimate Experience!

Whether you are an experienced rider or a first timer you will have the adventure of a lifetime viewing the rising Red and White Navajo Sandstone cliffs that are layered with black lava flows. The unique advantage of being on horseback with one of our professional guides will allow you to take in many of the colorful desert plants and the opportunity to view the elusive wildlife that roam the park which includes desert tortoises, quail, roadrunners, kit foxes, coyotes, as well as the peregrine falcons flying above it all.


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Reservations
REQUIRED

Call For Your Appointment!

1-435-773-7630

INSURANCE RESTRICTIONS/LIMITATIONS:

* Depending Upon One's Height, Weight Limit Is 240 lbs
* Age Limit Is 6 Years Old


As you continue your ride thru the valley you’ll discover why the magnificent views and dramatic backdrop inspired Hollywood to film some of the greatest western movies of all time here on location in Snow Canyon. Movies like Broken Arrow, Jeremiah Johnson, The Conquerors as well as parts of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.

Year round daily rides are scheduled from 1-3pm, but in the heat of summer, for your comfort, we offer sunset rides and morning rides along the north rim of the park (1500 feet higher in elevation) at the Red Mountain Trailhead.

This awe-inspiring landscape along with our outstanding personal service makes this trail ride one of the most appealing trail rides in the nation.

For more information and to set up a reservation just give us a call at 435-773-7630.

Your Guide -- Patty Arnett, a knowledgeable and experienced horsewoman for over 30 years, owning a training stables, competing at the international level (her stallion medaled at the Olympics), breeding horses and operating enjoyable and safe trail rides in southwest Utah.

Getting There -- Heading south on I-15 to Exit 6 in Utah for Bluff Street. Turn right off exit ramp which will have you on Bluff Street driving north out of town (turns into Highway 18 so follow those signs) to mile marker 15. Right after mile marker 15 there will be a sign on your right for the Red Mountain Trail. Take the left turn into the parking area shortly after the sign. Follow the short drive back to the parking area and look for the truck, gray horse trailer and horses. That's us.

Best place to park is next to the restrooms.