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Sun Valley’s legendary Western heritage is no better experienced than with a visit to the fabled Sun Valley Stables and Western Horseman’s Center.  Trail rides and wagon experiences are fun for the entire family, from the beginner to experienced rider.  Private and group events are available.

Sun Valley Stables also provides western horsemanship lessons and training programs for children and adults from beginner to intermediate-level riders.  Age and size minimums apply. Please check with us for schedules and availability.

Daily Trail Ride Times: 9 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 2:30 pm, 4 pm

Through September 3 by reservation.

Ask us for a tour of our historic wagons and carriages while at the Sun Valley Stables.  

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Wagon Rides:

Fridays at 5:00 pm by appointment

 

Rates

Prices Early/Late Season Peak Season
Trail Ride | 1 hour $55/person $65/person
Wagon Ride | 1 hour  $29/person $35/person
Children 6 and under Free
Western Horsemanship Private Instruction | 1 hour $75 $85
Western Horsemanship Group Instruction | 1 hour $35 $45

 

Early/Late Season – Before June 29, 2019
Peak Season – Peak Season – June 29, 2019, through September 2, 2019

Please arrive 20 minutes before your scheduled ride or lesson.

All rides are subject to weather conditions. For trail rides, children must be at least 8 years old and 52" tall, and accompanied by an adult. 250 pounds is the upper weight limit.

All rides subject to availability and weather/trail conditions. Prices subject to change.

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Closed for the season. See you again in summer 2019!

(208) 622-2887

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