Horseback teams are often called upon to cover tough terrain in an attempt to find lost or injured hikers and other backcountry enthusiasts. The team members’ roles are as varied as the situations they face.
It’s a tricky task: managing to arrive at the trail head just as weekend warriors are vacating the site.
Cody Price has been tending cattle in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains for 10 years. The New Mexico cowboy’s…
Contained within the boundaries of the San Juan and Rio Grande National Forests, Colorado’s Weminuche Wilderness boasts 490,000 acres…
The Absaroka Mountain Range fills the Big Sky horizon as horseman Farrell Lloyd and a friend make their way through the Montana backcountry, just outside of Livingston. The small town in the southwestern part of the state is home to nearly 10,000 people and an excellent staging area for some of the state’s best riding opportunities.
Carved by wind and water, Bryce Canyon’s eerie landscape of red-rock spires, arches and slot canyons has intrigued visitors for centuries.
Alberta’s Banff National Park boasts more than 2,500 square miles of stunning mountain landscapes and incredible riding opportunities in the Canadian Rockies.