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. Pictures from the peak coming soon
- Riding restrictions include anyone under 6 years of age and guests weighing over 250 pounds. Exceptions are sometimes made on weight if you are exceptionally tall.