Haviland’s Western Horseback Riding Adventures
Explore the Tetons and the Caribou-Targhee National Forest by horseback! Saddle up for a genuine Western experience unlike any other with Haviland’s Western Adventures horseback rides. Perfect for the entire family, you’ll enjoy spectacular views, beautiful wildflower meadows, and even better company. Private horseback riding is not allowed on any hiking or mountain biking trails. Children must be 6 years old for the trail rides. Children 5 & under may do the corral rides.
|Horseback Ride Options||Rate||Booking|
|Per Hour Rides – Ride up to the Wishing Well
wildflowers & Teton views
|Two Hour Ride – Ride out to Rick’s Basin
Breathtaking Grand Targhee, Leigh Canyon and Teton Mountain views
|$60||Call For Reservations|
|20 Minute Corral Ride
Good for children, includes a pre-ride familiarization
SE2017 Horseback Ride
If you are looking for unique experience on the great American Solar Eclipse of 2017, then you will want to book a special horseback ride with Haviland’s Western Adventures. This scenic ride will take you and 11 other riders to the Wishing Well, where you’ll have a view of Grand Targhee Resort and Teton Valley while viewing the eclipse. Riders will be provided with special solar eclipse viewing glasses.
|Adult – SE2017 Horseback Ride||$89||Call For Reservations|
|Junior (6 – 12 yrs old) – SE2017 Horseback Ride||$72||Call For Reservations|
- Pre-purchase your parking pass or Camping/RV pass
- Check in at the Activity Center by 9:30am
- Wear long pants and close toed shoes on the day of the ride
- Bring water & sun protection
You can also call us to book online or for more information.
Call For Reservations
24-hour cancellation policy, any cancellations within 24 hours will forfeit the fee for horseback riding.
Haviland’s Western Adventures
Hayden Haviland was born and raised in Gilbert, Arizona. He grew up working a family-owned dude ranch consisting of trail rides, cattle drives, hay rides, carriage rides, cookouts, and gunfights! During the hot Arizona summers the family would take about 50 of their horses and migrate to Northern Utah where they would run a living historical museum. Using their Shire draft horses the family would perform all the historic farming with authentic horse drawn equipment. Hayden now drives the Wells Fargo stage coach in many of the parades and rodeos in the Western states. His summers are spent on the western slopes of the Grand Tetons providing equestrian activities for The Grand Targhee Resort.