Trail Rides
A trail ride through Rocky Mountain National Park make a trip to the Park complete. Memories of your ride will last a lifetime.

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 Cowpoke Corner Corral and
Rocky Mountain Gateway Stables 
Enjoy miles of scenic, secluded mountain trails through Rocky Mountain National Park or Roosevelt National Forest. Each selected to offer you a true mountain experience. Take a short ride and enjoy the spectacular panoramic views of the snowcapped Continental Divide or view the results of nature along Fall River through Horseshoe Park to Lawn Lake. Live your childhood dreams with us! Be a cowboy for an hour or a day!

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 Silver Lane Stables  —  We are the OLDEST CONTINUOUS FAMILY OWNED STABLES in Estes Park, Colorado. Founded in 1938. See the Rocky Mountains the way the pioneers saw this country for the first time - from the back of a good horse. One, two, four hour and all day rides. Rides for all abilities, from the beginner to expert. We are happy to customize rides to your needs. We can do FISHING TRIPS, PHOTOGRAPHY RIDES, HISTORICAL TOURS and many others.

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 Sombrero Stables and
Hi Country Stables — From Sombrero Stables ride on a private ranch or Roosevelt National Forest with spectacular view of the Front Range and the Continental Divide. From Hi Country Stables, located at Spraque Lake and Moraine Basin in Rocky Mountain National Park, you can ride through one of the nation's last strongholds of virgin mountain wilderness where even the animals are unaware of man's civilization.

We specialize in first time riders. Rides leave every 5 minutes (8am to 4pm) from Sombrero Stables. No reservations required. Breakfast and steak dinner rides available. Ride double with your toddler (under 5).

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