Norco One-Hour Horseback Trail Ride
Set off on a one-hour horseback ride through the Hidden Valley Wildlife Preserve. Make the most of the perfect opportunity to learn the basics of horseback riding.
What You Will Do
- Enjoy the perfect experience for riders looking for more instruction or outdoor enthusiasts, who want to explore the wilderness
- Travel across the rolling foothills and through the sandy brush of the riverbed as you enhance your riding skills
- Ride off with a veteran instructor, who has plenty of experience working with first-time and beginning riders
- Hour of horseback riding
Please wear jeans and closed-toed shoes. No shorts and no sandals. Carry-ons are not allowed on the ride, so please be sure to drink water before-hand. Your guide will take pictures of you during the ride and text them to you at the end of your ride. Please be aware that horseback riding is a kinetic sport and that our horses have been trained in a specific riding style. We respect all forms of experience but ask that all riders follow instructions from their guide as deviation from our riding style will confuse and stress the horses and can cause serious issues. Must be at least 7 years old.
Minimum of 48 hours notice to receive full refund. Minimum of 24 hours notice to reschedule a ride. Cancelling or rescheduling sooner will incur an extra hour charge based on the day of the ride.
- 62 Ratings
Carissa who was our guide made us feel very comfortable. Was great with my daughter who had never been on a horse before and I loved that she continuously helped her throughout the ride. She was friendly and sociable. We had a blast. Will definitely return
I was expecting more pictures to be taken. I think only saw/received one picture for me and my friend.
My 11-year old daughter and I had a great ride! The staff made the ride pleasant and memorable, and the horses were friendly. I highly recommend S&D Horseback Riding. Thank you!
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I'm glad my nephew had a fantastic time. However I think the assembly line of how things are setup was off-putting. I have a lot of anxiety and I made this clear when I got there and I feel they should have spent more time with me trying to ease me into riding the horse. I know the guides are not therapist but not everyone is the same and a little empathy goes a long way. Being told to keep up when you're holding on for dear life because you are afraid of the horse isn't the most comforting thing to hear. I'm glad the guide eventually took the red rope and started guiding my horse that helped a little. I think if someone shows up a half-hour early spending two minutes explaining how riding a horse works and the rest of the time being condescendingly chastised for not following the exact orders isn't great. It didn't help that the people in our group had ridden before and were fear free so in essence causing more anxiety because you don't want them to have a bad time waiting up for you. So in all I'm happy my nephew had a great time but I think it will be a long while before I attempt to ride a horse again.