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A High Mountain Trail Ride, You're Buns Have Come a Long Way Baby!

Riding high in the Rocky Mountains on horseback is one of the most magnificent experiences of our lives. We trusted our sure footed steeds to carry us over high cliffs and rocky terrain to witness extraordinary views of the Rockies.

Alberta - The Planet D

Alberta - Dave and Deb

Horses are welcome in South Dakota with trail rides, horse camps, guest ranches, and many state parks offering facilities for riders.

Horseback riding is a great outdoor adventure for many. Great opportunities across South Dakota.

When in cowboy country, you can't go without riding a horse and the best place to do that is at the Anchor D Ranch in Black Diamond, make sure you take a high mountain trail ride for a true adventure.

A High Mountain Trail Ride, You're Buns Have Come a Long Way Baby!

Cowboy is in my blood. When Dave and I got married, we went horseback riding on the beach, this ain't a beach ride, this is a Rocky Mountain high altitude adventure.

Old Farm Barn & Windmill By Old Well | Windmills - new and old | Pint ...

Old Farm Barn & Windmill By Old Well! Love this rustic old barn and windmill!

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While they plan for pranking "The Eagle" they stay in an old barn. They all come up with different things to tell the eagle, and meet up at the old barn.

Ride a horse in the High Mountains. Southern Alberta is often overlooked when traveling to this Canadian Province, but it shouldn't be missed. Get yourself to the Anchor D Ranch and do a high mountain trail ride to take in the extraordinary view of the Rocky Mountains. Read more at: A High Mountain Trail Ride, your Buns have come a long way baby! http://theplanetd.com/a-high-mountain-trail-ride-youre-buns-have-come-a-long-way-baby/ Discovered by The Planet D at Black Diamond, Alberta

Black Diamond, Alberta — by The Planet D

Take a horseback ride through the beautiful mountains and valleys of Alberta Photo by Chuah Planet D

moving cattle near Pincher Creek on February 8th - note the rancher on horseback at the head of the line

moving cattle near Pincher Creek on February - note the rancher on horseback at the head of the line

Garden of the Gods:    This place is a gorgeous public park that was recognized as a National Natural Landmark in 1971. And in 2011, it was recognized as a Great American Public Place. It’s a fun place to have horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking and rock climbing.

Garden of the Gods: This place is a gorgeous public park that was recognized as a National Natural Landmark in And in it was recognized as a Great American Public Place. It’s a fun place to go horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking and rock climbing.

Image from http://www.hiddentrails.com/Uploads/Countries/USA/usa_arizona_utah_trails_ancient_monument_valley_ride_01.jpg.

Go horseback riding across places like Ireland, New Zealand, Iceland. Taking in all the sites, culture and people. (oh yeah, and to own several different breeds of horses!

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