HORSEBACK RIDING

Waterton Lakes National Park is an astonishing mixture of natural beauty and human history – wild, pure and completely unforgettable. Visitors to Waterton Park can relive the experience of the original visitors to Waterton most thrillingly and authentically – by horseback

Guided Horseback Adventures in Waterton Park

Guided Horseback Adventures outside of Waterton Park

Horseback Riding

Alpine Stables

Alpine Stables has been a part of the Waterton Lakes community since 1969. For more than 40 years, visitors to Waterton Lakes National Park have enjoyed the chance to experience our park by horseback, making trail rides one of the favourite activities among tourists and locals alike. Novice riders can enjoy gentle hourly or half-day guided rides led by guided who love sharing stories about Waterton’s history,

its wildflowers and wildlife habitat. More experienced riders can explore Waterton’s breathtaking alpine trails or guided overnight pack trips that can span as many as 5 days.

Phone: 1-403-859-2462

Blue Ridge Outfitters

With outfitting rights stretching from the border of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park north to Pincher Creek and the Castle River Range and west through the Gladstone Valley and into the Beaver Mines recreational area, Blue Ridge Outfitters can offer visitors to Waterton everything from gentle day trips to exhilarating multi-day horseback adventure.

Phone: 1-403-859-2462

Painted Trak Ranch Retreats

Located just 30 minutes from Waterton Glacier International Peace Park, Painted Trak Ranch provides a great way to replace the hustle and bustle of city life with the quiet tranquility of the Rocky Mountains. From trail rides to group and private riding lessons, camping under the stars to fishing in clear mountain streams, it is an ideal retreat holiday for people from all walks of life.

Phone: 1-403-626-3738