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Stables offers the most scenic, guided horseback trail rides in the area. One of Western North Carolina’s best kept secrets, we have over 20 miles of trails, experienced guides, and gentle horses in a beautiful, relaxing environment. Take in the...more
We were staying at Mt. Mitchell and decided to take a two hour horseback ride at Wolf Laurel.....the owner, David, was there and personally took us up the mountain....we rode along old logging roads and the views were fantastic! Our horses were patient and responsive....all...More
We were visiting from Ohio & were rained out of another trail riding stable. We called Wolf Laurel & David got us in with only a few hours notice...on a Saturday! My young niece was a little apprehensive and our guide, Kara worked wonders building...More
I called over a week ahead of time (Monday April 16th at 1:25) to schedule a reservation for me and my fiance. I talked with David who assured me he could get us a two-hour ride at 10 on Wednesday 25th, and that he didn't...More
We had a great family outing with Ms.Amanda. Mr. David was very flexible in accommodating our large last minute group. We had several small children ranging from 3-9, he ensured safety was first. Definitely recommend this stable.
My wife and I had done a trail ride at the beach and we wanted to try a ride in the mountains, so I did some looking on the web and found Wolf Laurel , I am really glad I did. Look at their web-site...More
Fantastic ride through the mountain. The staff is extremely polite and accommodating. I rode Pearl and my husband rode Copper. Both horses were wonderful. Worth every penny...👍🏻.
P.S. If you don't know how to ride, they will take care of you too.
We were a party of 3 for a 2 hour ride. When we arrived we were met by "Morgan" who turned out to be our guide. She was a truly warm southern lady who spent extra time talking about the flora and fauna of the...More