One-and-a-half Hour Rides

$59 Per Person

1.5 hour rides include Gold Creek, Williams Creek and the Salmon River trail. One-and-a-half hour rides are based out of the Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch, located between mileposts 180 and 181 south of Stanley.

Half Day Rides

$89 Per Person

Half day rides include the Gold Creek Overlook, River Run and the Decker Flat Loop. Half day rides are based out of the Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch, located between mileposts 180 and 181 south of Stanley.

Pony Rides

$30 Per Child

Perfect for kids younger than 6.. Our gentle horses are a safe way to introduce youngsters to the joys of horseback riding.  One of our guides spends 30 minutes teaching kids individually while walking around the corrals.

All Day Rides

Casino Lakes

Casino Lakes full day is a beautiful 10 mile ride round trip. Starting off at the Boundary Creek trailhead (5.5 miles south of Stanley, across the highway from the Sawtooth fish hatchery and then up the Forest Service road a mile).  Once in the saddle, we quickly ride up through high mountain meadows filled with mountain wild flowers, lodgepole, douglas fir and white pine trees on top..  Cresting out 9500 feet in elevation it gives you an amazing view of the entire Sawtooth range.  After a quick break we will drop down into the lakes for a relaxing lunch, if you brought your fishing gear a chance at mountain Cutthroat trout await you.  The ride home is the best as you look across the valley at Redfish Lake and the Sawtooth Range.

*All rides are subject to idaho sales tax and a 3% forest service use fee. Gratuity not included.

Horton Peak

Horton Peak is one of the highest places in the Stanley basin accessible by horse. It's an old fire lookout abandoned by the forest service. Your ride will start out from the Horton Peak trailhead, along Valley Road south of Stanley. and will quickly climb up through groves of quaking aspen trees and Douglas fir. Reaching the top, you have a view of the entire Sawtooth range and Stanley basin. You will also be able to see most of the White Cloud Mountains from the top at 9896 feet, over 3000 feet above the valley floor.

Chamberlain Lakes

This is a beautiful ride that leaves from the Fourth of July trailhead, 13 miles up Fourth of July Road. It travels past Fourth of July and Washington Lakes through 10 miles of pine tree forest. It then rises over a pass to Chamberlain Basin to view Castle Peak, one of the most photographed peaks in the state of Idaho. This is a long ride you will want to be in shape or used to riding for this 20 mile round trip. $15 extra charge for this trip. Includes oppurtunity to fish.

Redfish Inlet

Leaving from our corrals located at the Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch, this ride follows a beautiful nine mile loop through towering Lodge pole, Douglas fir pine trees and high mountain meadows.  We will ride up below the Grand Moguls of the Sawtooth Range.  After cresting over the top the ride drops down to the inlet of Redfish Lake, where we have leisurly lunch. This is where it seems Heyburn peak seems to rise out of the lake to touch the sky..  Then we are back in the saddle riding the ridge following the length of the lake on our way back to the corrals.

All day rides include sack lunch with a sandwich, chips, juice and a water bottle.

*All rides are subject to Idaho sales tax and a 3% forest service use fee. Gratuity not included.