Horseback Riding

Ride the Steamboat Horses at Del’s Triangle 3 Ranch through scenic Elk and Deer trails in a wilderness-type environment. On Summer or Winter horseback rides, once you leave the corral, you won’t see a sign of civilization until you get back.

Truly a trip worth remembering! A journey into yesterday on horseback.

Summer Horseback Rides

Summer Horseback Rides

From June flowers to the golden glow of Fall, relax as we lead you through a natural Elk and Deer habitat for a few hours or an entire day.

2014 Summer Ride Rates
Reservations Required
1 Hour: $55/person 1/2 Day: $150/person (w/ lunch)
Call: 970-879-3495
2 Hour: $75/person Full Day: $300/person (w/ lunch)

Long pants and closed toe shoes recommended for rides

Children must be 6 years old – Everyone rides their own horse

We accept cash or credit cards – VISA/MASTERCARD

Winter Horseback Rides

Winter Horseback Rides

For a truly unique experience, take a break from skiing and go for a ride in the snow! Let our surefooted horses guide you through the snow-covered aspen trees in the silence of Winter’s simple beauty. We recommend you wear ski clothing for the winter rides.

2014 Winter Ride Rates
Reservations Required
Winter Ride: $80/person*
Call: 970-879-3495
*Free Winter Shuttle Available! Pick-up: 9:00a & 1:00p 

Location: Ski Area Gondola Transportation Center

Ski clothing and snow boots recommended for winter rides

Children must be 6 years old – Everyone rides their own horse

We accept cash or credit cards – VISA/MASTERCARD

Steamboat Horses

The Steamboat Horses

Who are the Steamboat Horses? Most of our horses are born and raised on the ranch and trained locally. Several of them are featured in ads for the Steamboat Ski Area and have appeared in ads and videos all over the world. We have registered Quarter horses, registered Arabians, and even a few old nags.

The guides and wranglers are all experienced horse riders – Some have guided for most of their lives

We attend clinics given by horse trainers such as: John Lyons, Ray Hunt, Pat Parelli, Clinton Anderson, Bill Smith, and Marty Marten and others