The adventures you can enjoy in Park City will never fail to surprise and amaze you. Ranging from the simple—a hike along some of the most beautiful trails—to the sublime—the feelings you feel when schussing down the slopes in the middle of winter. Visitors can spend their evenings dining at Michelin-rated restaurants and attending the theater at our historic Egyptian Theater, and they can spend their days driving along stunning scenic mountain passes, visiting an Olympic Stadium, and exploring the countryside from atop a sleek and beautiful horse. Horseback riding in Park City, Utah is a popular activity, and our Park City Hotels guide to enjoying this wonderful activity will give you even more reasons to visit our town and stay in one of our luxurious vacation escapes!
Boulder Mountain Ranch, Horseback Rides at Deer Valley Ski Resort, (866) 783-5819
Offering a variety of trail rides that take you through the landscape at Deer Valley Ski Resort, Boulder Mountain Ranch also offers a second location, Oakley Ranch located 20 minutes outside the Park City boundaries. Enjoy a stunning ride up the mountain on the Aspen Grove Trail, lasting about an hour and only costing $99 per person, and discover how much more beautiful our landscape is from atop a majestic steed. Rides are for guests who are 6 and older.
Red Pine Adventures, 2050 White Pine Canyon Road, (435) 649-9445
Offering 1.5-hour public tours for $150 per person and 1.5-hour private tours for $200 per person, (riders must be 8 years old or older) your horseback adventures begin at Canyon Village. Red Pine Adventures summer Park City horseback riding tours explore over 1000 acres of pristine countryside. (Or as much as you can explore in the hour and a half of riding time!) Tours begin in June, so you may want to ensure that your visit doesn’t occur any sooner.
Almosta Ranch Park City, 5972 N Old Ranch Road, (435) 962-2424
For those who aren’t satisfied with an hour-long ride, Almosta Ranch Park City actually offers rides that last anywhere from an hour to half the day! Become close friends with the gentle giant that carries you through some of Park City’s most stunning landscapes as knowledgeable guides offer entertaining and educational narratives. Almosta Ranch also offers lessons if you are so inclined.
Feeling the Ache After Horseback Riding in Park City, Utah?
Anyone who has ever ridden a horse can attest to the aches that often accompany the ride, and many of our Park City Hotels vacation sanctuaries offer hot tubs or deep soaking tubs to help ease and soothe those aches and pains. Reserve your favorite escape today!