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Canyon Trail Rides

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Grand Canyon - North Rim, Bryce Canyon National Park, UT 84717
+1 435-679-8665
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We did the four hour afternoon ride. Nikki was our guide and was AWSOME! The horses were great... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Jcler
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Bryce Canyon on Horseback

Everyone was helpful and very friendly! This is a great way to see the canyon - trust the mule and... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Sherry B
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Come explore Zion National Park on the back of horse or mule. Experience riding through the Virgin River, looking up at the "Court of the Patriarchs", and climbing 700 ft on the Sandbench Trail. Canyon Trail Rides offers a 1 hour ride and a 1/2 day (3 hour) ride. The 1 hour ride is $40.00 per person and each person must be 7 years or older and under 220 lbs. The 1/2 day ride is $80.00 per person and each person must be 10 years or older and under 220 lbs.
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Grand Canyon - North Rim, Bryce Canyon National Park, UT 84717
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+1 435-679-8665
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We did the four hour afternoon ride. Nikki was our guide and was AWSOME! The horses were great and it was a fun way to really see Bryce Canyon! I would highly recommend!

Thank Jcler
Reviewed 2 days ago

Everyone was helpful and very friendly! This is a great way to see the canyon - trust the mule and the guide! We did the 1/2 day ride followed by a hike of Queen's Garden/Navajo Loop Trails. Between the two, we feel that this park...More

Thank Sherry B
Reviewed 3 days ago

It was an amazing morning. Every part of it, the horses, the guides, and the view were all perfect. They were all very professional with a sense of humor.

Thank Cheri L
Reviewed 3 days ago

My boyfriend and I did the two hour ride a couple of weeks ago and really enjoyed it! We were originally supposed to do the trek the day before, but arrived late. Thankfully the lovely man on the desk put us on the tour the...More

Thank Jenny S
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

My husband and I did the 1/2 day Bryce Peek-a-boo trail ride. We originally we're booked for a afternoon ride , but a severe thunderstorm derailed our plans. The friendly staff was able to get us in for the next morning 8am ride and It...More

Thank rmrdh
Reviewed 4 days ago

Our family had so much fun on this trail ride! My 8-year-old son was a bit scared at first, but soon felt comfortable and confident thanks to our fun guide. My husband doesn't care for heights, but he enjoyed this as much as the rest...More

Thank AnnaRabea
Reviewed 4 days ago

My husband and I had a blast with Canyon Trail Rides. The views were spectacular and the horses we had were VERY well trained. My past experiences with horseback riding were very bad but this experience and my very well behaved horse, Blaze, completely turned...More

Thank LizzieGoat
Reviewed 5 days ago

The ride was outstanding, I did the 1/2 day peek-a-boo loop. It was wonderful to be down in the canyon among the hoodoos and know that I didn't have to walk back out! Thanks Hammer for doing all the work for me. There was a...More

Thank Kimilee G
Reviewed 5 days ago

My husband and I took the two-hour ride. We had a small amount of horse experience, and the wranglers did a great job matching us to our mounts. My husband was on a very poky mule, but that was fine, and my horse was steady...More

Thank AnnC161
Reviewed 1 week ago

These guys and gals know what they are doing. They take the time to size up the riders and ask questions before assigning a mount. They then place them in an order so the animals get along. Joe our guide was wonderful on our 3...More

Thank Disneyadic
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Nature E
1.)I think it's understandable that the guides want participants to understand English. It could be a real problem if they give instructions to someone who can't understand them. Did you offer to translate? 2.)It's also a bit of a stretch to expect a trail riding place to offer helmets. Riding helmets were originally only used by equestrians for jumping fences. To this day, many Western riders take offense to the idea of wearing helmets and so don't even in competitions such as barrel racing. Your picture in a long evening gown would seem to indicate that you are a city dweller. Yes, people in the cities wear helmets to ride their bicycles and even place them on kids riding tricycles. It's different in the country, and you don't have to play on horses in the country if you're not used to it. Try some riding lessons at an equestrian center in a suburb back home first. I mean this seriously, as it can be a bit of a crash course to suddenly put yourself or a child on a horse when they've never even as much as petted one before.
17 August 2017|
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Response from aericken | Reviewed this property |
I am not quite sure as to why your comments came to me. Nothing in my review has comments about a language barrier or wearing helmets vs riding without one. Please reread my review because your response suggests I wrote... More
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KBK316
9 July 2017|
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Response from aericken | Reviewed this property |
We were standby. As per the lady in the lodge suggested, we went down to the corral and waited until the others got on their horses ( about 15-30 min) and were told immediately we were ok to ride.
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KBK316
29 June 2017|
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Response from fayandelch | Reviewed this property |
We did the afternoon yesterday and it was fine. Not too hot at all. And no riding experience here and it was fine as well.
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