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We went to the ranch for the first time with 3 generations. Mark & Gretchen have a wonderful policy that 1 grandparent was free with 3 generations - this made my mother very happy (she even got on a horse). My 85 year old Dad...More
2015 was my third consecutive visit to the T Cross and I'm already making plans for a 2016 visit. Mark and Gretchen have created a wonderful place to escape from it all. Jay (the chef) makes the best meals, always something I enjoy. They bend...More
My husband and our three boys always wanted to venture out west and have a real dude ranch experience. We are from the Northeast and wanted a break from school, sports and our hectic schedule. I did a lot of research on dude ranches and...More
We stayed her summer 2015. Scheduled one week but left early. The riding, though advertised as "beginner to advanced" is not riding at all, it's sitting. Walk only. Up the mountain and then down the mountain, every day. Horses had cracked hoofs, some were lame....More
No matter what they are, your expectations will undoubtedly be exceeded at the T Cross Ranch. This place is truly special! The setting of the ranch is perfect whether you like to ride horses or not. There are a tremendous amount of activities to do...More
How much freedom did you have with riding? Was it "nose and tail"? Did you have the same horse the whole week? What would you say your riding level is and how did they accommodate you to make this enjoyable?
Thanks so much
15 September 2014|
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We pride ourselves on accommodating all levels of riders and break our guests into groups of people who have similar skills. As long as a guest lets us know what they would like, we'll do our best to make that happen. If... More
We pride ourselves on accommodating all levels of riders and break our guests into groups of people who have similar skills. As long as a guest lets us know what they would like, we'll do our best to make that happen. If it's open riding you're after, just let our head wrangler know.
Guests are matched with a horse suited to their riding abilities and ride the same horse and saddle all week. On the rare occasions that a horse and rider are not a perfect fit, we have a herd of 65-70 sure-footed horses to choose from, and another horse will be assigned.
Please read our reviews--our guests provide the best input! We'd love to see you in the future, and you can follow us on Facebook to get a good feel of our spectacular ranch!