The hour trail ride was gorgeous during the fall. The website talks about offering first-time riders a lot of training, but don't expect it - you get about 30 seconds of instruction and then take off in a line of other riders behind a guide who doesn't really offer much instruction along the way. Luckily, the horses are pretty routine and know to follow each other. My horse kept going sideways and trying to perhaps scratch his behind against every single tree or bush we passed, and I did leave with a few scratches up my arm and fallen leaves in my hair. I was pretty nervous the whole time but am so glad I can scratch horseback riding off my bucket list, and the trail in the fall time was absolutely breathtaking. Not sure if the riding boots were more germy than bowling shoes, so if you have your own boots, wear them. Tennis shoes won't work. I would recommend it to anyone staying in the area - it was a good experience. Just be prepared to be in the mercy of your horse! They are beautiful creatures and each has their own personality.
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