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Put on your cowboy hat and venture into the back country of the Wild West to marvel at its rugged beauty by horseback on this riding tour. River washes, mountain views, and desert trails carved out by wild mustangs await you on your adventure into Nevada's wilderness.
The Maverick Breakfast Ride After a rise-and-shine pick-up from your hotel, head off to the ranch where you savor an authentic Western-style breakfast. Then saddle up and hit the trail. Gaze out at the mountains and revel in the quiet and tranquility of the early morning hours—just like true American cowboys used to. After the ride, visit a cowboy town and petting zoo.
The Ol’ Spanish Trail Lunch Ride At your hotel, meet your driver and relax on the short ride to the ranch. Seasoned ranch hands greet you and help you pack your horse. Trot along the historic Ol’ Spanish Trail, a dusty road once ridden by the most infamous outlaws of the Old West. Make your way back to the ranch for a cowboy lunch with all the fixin's before heading over to a cowboy town and petting zoo.
The Wild Wild West Sunset Dinner Ride Enjoy an afternoon pick-up from your hotel before a friendly greeting once arriving at the ranch. Mount your horse and set out into the breathtaking land shared by cowboys and generations of Pauite Indians. Spot a jackrabbit, hear a coyote, and watch an unforgettable sunset. After the ride, feast on a cowboy dinner, with a slice of good ol' American apple pie for dessert.

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