Guided Horseback Tour in Redwood National Park
Ride up a scenic mountain to a redwood forest where you experience the tallest trees found anywhere in the world. See the Redwood National Park without taking too much time out of your day with a first-rate tour.
What You Will Do
- Embark on a 90-minute guided horseback tour deep into the Redwood National Park
- Breathe in the clean, fresh air as you gaze out over the scenic, lush wildlife
- Experience and observe the tallest trees found throughout the world
- Learn from a local guide about the Coastal Redwoods and the rich history of the forest
- Enjoy riding a docile horse that is well-trained, calm, and friendly so you don't have to worry about needing experienced riding skills
- 1.5 hour horseback tour
Wear long pants, sweatshirt or coat, and close toed shoes.
- 43 Ratings
We had a great time on our Goose Pen Tour. Great views. Very knowledgeable guides. The horses were calm and knew exactly what to do. Would definitely recommend Redwood Creek Buckarettes.
It was a super cool experience to ride in a redwood forest. Exotic for us with the western sadels and the nature. Nice and calm horses and excellent staff.
Our tour guide was awesome. She was very informative our the land and the trees. We were bummed we didn't buy the 4 hour tour. We will definitely be back!
Christina was a perfect guide for me and my 2 daughters. Our horses were sweet beings and the scenery was magnificent. A wonderful experience.
A fun ride with interesting details about the Redwoods.
Great horses, well adapted to the needs; experienced instructor, wonderful nature; If you could add the possibility to trot, the experience would be even better
On time, polite, helpful, friendly, knowledgeable service and great horses that were easygoing. Thanks!!!
This was a great way to see some of the Redwood Forest via the Orick Horse Trail. Our group included two senior citizens and the horse back riding allowed them to venture up the steep trail, whereas they may not have been able to make it up there on foot. Our guide was wonderful, providing information and pointing out things about the Redwood Forest along the trail ride.
the first lady we met talked sarcastically to us when we asked where to park---she needs to learn people skills and leave her personal problems at home. I was given a horse that was too fat for me to be riding---I have short legs,so it became a very uncomfortable ride. All they did was cinch the stirrups up higher for me--which helped somewhat--but I felt like one of those plastic cowboys that you set on the back of a plastic horse--very stiff! Didn't feel like I could talk to the woman in charge after her rudeness in the beginning.