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iscover Utah’s Canyon Country with Hondoo Rivers and Trails multi-day horseback riding vacations, hiking


tours and Jeep tours. Two multi-day options include camping and inn accommodations. Camping with the horses allows a deeper interaction among people, horses and the backcountry that Hondoo Rivers and Trails


Each day can be easily tailored to optimize a group’s wishes, weather conditions and local atractions. Hondoo Rivers and Trails lodg- ing location changes mid-week from Torrey to Boulder, as the ride meanders down the Waterpocket Fold towards Lake Powell. Horseback ride destinations move from the Capitol Reef National Park area into the Grand Staircase/Escalante Canyons National Monument. During warm weather or fall foliage, excursions to the lakes and alpine meadows of Fishlake or Dixie National Forest become part of the itinerary. Trails on all the Hondoo Utah horse- back rides are mostly un-groomed and pioneered by wildlife, Indians, outlaws or herdsmen. Areas explored are select- ed for their scenic quality, pristine nat- ural condition and remote location. As a special offer, for the months of June, July, and August, receive a 15 percent discount on horseback riding


is passionate to share with riders. With the camp pre-set and supplied by 4×4 vehi- cles, not only are they able to spend more time handling the horses, but also provide more opportunities for in-depth explora- tion of the surroundings—and ourselves. The backcountry featured on these Utah horseback camping rides access areas too remote for inn lodging. Camp location is generally situated at a higher elevation in mid-summer and a lower elevation in spring and fall seasons. Areas explored include Capitol Reef National Park, Grand Staircase- Escalante National Monument, San Rafael Swell Wilderness, or Utah’s High Plateaus. Inn trail rides offer a broad array of riding conditions, top notch lodges and restaurants.


trips. Visit the Hondoo Rivers and Trails website, www.hondoo.com, for more details. Also, the telephone number is (435) 425- 3519. See ad on page 43.


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The In Gate column is composed by the sales staff at the California Horsetrader. If you would like to put the California Horsetrader and horsetrader.com to work for you, please call the display sales staff at 760/546-1184, or e-mail to: lori.wilson@horsetrader.com


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