Big Loop Ride
3.3 mile trip (60 moments) This trip has an excellent, comfortable rate. Those who find themselves able to preserve their particular seat could have the opportunity for trotting. Everyone in the team additionally needs to have that ability. Our path meanders through Indian Ford Creek along a beaver pond with Aspens and Ponderosas. $50
5.5 mile ride (1.5 hours) love spectacular views from across Glaze Meadow of cracked Top, Three Sisters and Mt. Washington, as you enjoy this scenic 5+ mile ride through old development pine woodlands, Aspen groves and meadows. $60
Hole in the Wall Gang
7 mile ride (approx. 2 hours) a thrilling and difficult ride. Trot along a trail lined with manzanita, and a variety of wild plants. This ride crosses Indian Ford Creek and journeys around Glaze Meadow with big mountain views. Trotting experience is needed because of this trip. $70
Half day, backcountry experience w/lunch (two rider minimum). This will be a trip for advanced bikers, in good shape, that comfortable maintaining their particular seat in a saddle over-long distances. This trip provides an outstanding view associated with the Cascades from horseback. A number of channels is taken, each with exclusive points of interest. Please ask the pinnacle wrangler about options. $150 contains complete meal.
Black Butte Posse For Hours Adventure
That one day ride takes place inside Deschutes nationwide Forest or Three siblings Wilderness. This trip is tailored into the expectations and abilities of this members. Ideal for a household reunion or group team building events task. This is actually the "hard charger" ride for the fit outside enthusiast. Adjacent to Black Butte Ranch $175. Three Sisters Wilderness $225.
Parent Powered Lil Buckaroo Corral Rides
Regular during summer. Call in the early morning to check availability $20 per trip.
Parent powered minimal Buckaroo Rides can be found each day through the summertime (8am-11am only) moms and dads (or guardians over 18) lead children centuries 3-6 on experienced horses when you look at the arena. These ponies being fitted with pony saddles only for the youngsters. Both the mother or father and buckaroo should put on sturdy boots or shoes. Be sure to deliver a camera!
The annals of Black Butte Stables—a Ranch tradition
A family group’s love of both Black Butte Ranch and ponies is instrumental in keeping a high quality driving center at Ranch. Alfred B. “Barkey” Herman, Ebony Butte Ranch property owner since 1971 and previous president of the Ebony Butte Ranch Association board had been an established horseman inside the youth and ended up being a dynamic horseman throughout their life. Barkey thought that any farm worth its name needs horses, when the previous concessionaire pulled completely, making the stables facility vacant and Ebony Butte Ranch without ponies and riding for a season, Barkey founded Black Butte (Ranch) Stables in 1988. Barkey’s boy David overran the reins at the stables after their father’s untimely death in 1993.