Horseback Riding Guides and TripsBelow are popular Horseback Riding guides and trips that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
Explore the wonders of of Isle du Bois on walking, biking, and equestrian trails. Enjoy camping, boating, and fishing.
Think Lake Louise without the crowds and with better chances of seeing North American wildlife.
Summer boating, fall colors, winter snowshoeing, and spring waterfalls make this El Dorado park enjoyable year round
A permit only section of the Bay Area Ridge Trail
Just across Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans, the Tammany Trace is Louisiana's premier rail-trail.
Gold mine ruins, sawmill well + plenty of quiet!
Bike/hike this historic & scenic trail from Washington D.C. to Cumberland, MD w/ many camping/lodging options available.
The Ashuelot Rail-Trail, located near Keene, New Hampshire is a 23 mile, four season trail with something for everyone.
Scenic round trip of "Mount Inaccesible" as he was called in former times.
Isle du Bois State Park - Lost Pines Nature Trail. Take a casual walk from the visitors center to the lake and back
Solitude, and great remote picnic area!
People used to travel from all over for the healing waters of Mineral Wells. Now they'll visit town for this great trail
Quiet park in South Fulton offers waterfalls, rock formations and plenty of nature
A great way to see the East Bay hills; nature abounds just minutes from civilization
A popular hiking, horse backing, and ATV/Offroading area with waterfalls, creeks, deep rocky canyons, and wild mustangs
A pleasant hike to a beautiful waterfall
This is the loop at Liberty Lake WA, it does include a side loop of about 4 miles.
Fun for all levels. Very scenic.
Excellent moderate hike at Sierra crest southwest of Lake Tahoe
Whether you live in D.C., or you're visiting, these three trails are sure to become your favorites for biking or hiking.