Prepárese para un paseo inolvidable a caballo a través de los estrechos senderos serpenteantes de la base del cañón Red Rock con sus vaqueros experimentados. Vea burros salvajes, liebres y lagartos del desierto en el camino antes de reunirse alrededor de la fogata para una verdadera barbacoa del oeste.
This was a fun experience. My husband had never rode a horse before, and I have only ridden once before for an hour. So we were not experienced. They walk no trotting or anything you through a trail and we saw a lot of desert, mountains, cacti, and we saw a rabbit. We unfortunately didn't see any other animals. I was hoping to see some more. The guides were very cool and answered all our questions. They made us a delicious meal and cowboy s'mores. I got a lot of great pictures. It was about 68 degrees when we went and if I could change anything then I would have brought a jacket and a bottle of water. My husband wore shorts, but I recommend wearing jeans or at least something that covers your legs because you do go by some bushes that might be a little scratchy.
This was my first time on a horse, and it was amazing. The horses are well trained and gentle. They do most of the work. We were on them for over an hour. The food was yummy, well cooked. Both our guides were great and kept a constant chatter going and were very pleasent.
This was a great trip - my first time riding a horse, but a very relaxing experience. Our cowboy guides made us feel welcome, and although we didn't have a full briefing on how to work the horses, it was all a very safe and enjoyable. Lovely setting, watching the sun go down behind the canyon. Our steak meal at the end was of a higher quality than I had expected, very well cooked and presented. Cooking the 'smores on a GAS fire is very difficult - not sure a real cowboy would have any time for that!
On the information it says 5 hours it was actually closer to 4. Its overpriced for what it is. The thing that makes it is the stunning scenery. Horses are healthy and well looked after which was a concern. Enjoyable yes, do it again? Definitely not. Nice to watch the sun go down and be out of LV for a little while.
We really enjoyed our 'cowboy experience', riding horses and gawping at the views of the canyon. We'd never ridden a horse before, and were a little nervous. We were very soon put at ease and the horses are so well tempered. BBQ was yummy, steak was so tender - lots of food!
This was a wonderful finish to our vacation in Vegas. Emily, one of our tour guides, wrangler, etc was absolutely wonderful no, she didn't tell us to say that:. The wranglers were all extremely helpful and made the trip fun as well. Joanna, our bus driver and cook, was lovely. Very informative and a great cook as well. I would highly recommend this trip to anyone going to Vegas.