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Useful Information to Help You Plan & Prepare for Your Trip


Two-day trip: $700
Three-day trip: $1,050
Four-day trip: $1,400
Five-day trip: $1,750

NOT INCLUDED: Taxes, gratuity, and transportation.


Days 1-5 & Custom:
This is an open riding vacation where the sky is the limit. There are no pre-set trails. This is a vast ranch where there are waterfalls, canyons, rimrock, grasslands... riders set out to see it all.

On a three-day or longer trip, arrangements can be made for a massage therapist to be brought to camp for a little pampering to help with the sore muscles. Arrangements are made ahead of time for scheduling.

Days 1-3 Live Music Included:
The difference for this trips is the wonderful addition of a local musician joining riders around the campfire. These are booked in advance since arrangements need to be made to bring a singer in and out of this remote camp. There's a slight increase in cost but well worth it!

What's Included

  • All meals while out on the trail
  • Range tipi, cowboy bedroll, pillow and lantern
  • Horse and tack
  • Rain slicker, saddlebags or other pommel-type bag
  • Helmets offered
  • Linens
  • Towels

If a member of your group is a non-rider but would like to join you in camp for the night, let Texas Horseback Adventures know when you book the trip and they'll arrange to bring them up to camp for at least one night

Nearest Airports:
Midland/Odessa International or El Paso International

Suggested Clothing:
The elevation ranges from 4,000 to 5,000 feet. The weather in the summer is generally warm and mild, with a possible rain shower in the afternoon. Summer temperatures are 80-90 degrees in the day and mild at night. Mornings can be cool and warm up rapidly so be prepared to layer then shed them as it warms up!

All Seasons
  • Don't forget your personals such as toiletries, flashlight, etc.
  • Blue jeans.
  • Boots preferred - cowboy boots fit stirrups; hiking boots don’t. There are cactus and rattlesnakes - sandals aren’t the best camp shoe. A hiking type boot is good around camp.
  • Hats and sunglasses are strongly recommended.

  • Layer long sleeve t-shirt with long-sleeved light colored shirts
  • Lightweight jacket

Fall and Spring:
These are potentially cooler months. Once again, layers work well. Silk with light cotton and fleece or wool sweater and jacket are the preferred items for riders. Gloves may be needed.

Last Updated on Friday, 30 April 2010 18:02