November 1, 2014

Horseback Riding

For many, the key image of the West is of a lone horseman wearing a broad-rimmed hat and soiled high-heeled boots, moving freely through an immense and majestic landscape of mountains, mesas and plains. Angel Fire remains prime horseback country. Extended horseback pack trips open New Mexico’s backcountry, where no motorized vehicles or mountain bikes are allowed. Participate in cattle drives, trail rides, sleigh rides, horseback hunting trips, wagon rides, carriage rides, mountain campouts and cowboy evenings.

Bobcat Pass Wilderness Adventures

575-754-6639 (Phone)

Between Eagle Nest & Red River. Horseback rides and other ranch activities including cowboy evenings, guided fishing trips, wagon rides, cook-out dinners with western entertainment.

Roadrunner Tours, Inc.

800-377-6416 (Toll-free)
575-377-6416 (Phone)

Summer: horseback trail rides, wagon rides with campfire dinners, cattle round-ups, overnight rides, hay rides, dinner and breakfast rides. Also offering coach rides and wedding carriages for special occasions.

Winter: Snowmobile tours, sleigh rides. On Hwy 434.

Sky Ryders Outfitters

575-377-6302 (Phone)

Snowmobile tours and horseback rides from Angel Fire Stables. Dinner tours, custom tours, guided wilderness trail rides. Ask about our fully outfitted tours in the high country!