My family of four (which includes 2 early teens) went for a one-hour ride, although we originally paid for two hours. We quickly realized that two hours would be too long once we started out on the trail. We expected level ground and a nice meandering trail. Instead, we were taken up the side of a mountain on a very narrow and extremely rock-filled trail. Two of the horses were a little too spirited for the inexperienced riders in our family and I found it disconcerting that a 13-year old girl was our trail guide, although she was very nice. I DID think that she should've given some instructions along the way, but she was pretty quiet and whenever we were concerned about something that was happening, she just said it's ok. This ride is not for the faint of heart because the horses could easily slide down the mountain if they barely stepped off the trail. Maybe we just weren't prepared for a real Wyoming trail ride, but I wouldn't do it again. We were given a partial refund for changing our minds and only doing the one hour. (It was $25 per person per hour).
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