“The shower in the bathroom is kind of small but that's completely understandable for a cabin.” In 6 reviews. For months, all they've asked for their birthday was to go somewhere and ride a horse.
Derrick at ATR and the horses Diesel and Honey made their dreams come true! The hour-long ride was just perfect for their first time on a horse.
Thank you Adventure Trail Rides for a memorable birthday for my girls!… Our 12-year-old granddaughter was visiting from Florida and enjoyed it so much last year she requested to go back again.
The people who work here are wonderful and took great care of my mother, who has knee issues. You received a variety of terrain, which makes it fun and interesting.
Our male guide was great, I wish I could remember his name, but he reminded me of Trace Adkins :). Had great horses and very patient trail leader.
Special kudos to their willingness to accommodate individuals with disabilities unlike others in the area. My son who has cerebral palsy loved it, and they made sure he had an extra special horse.
Our guide, Tasha, was wonderful & our horses, Winnie & Scout, were most cooperative. Narrow shaded trails with lots of small ups & downs to keep it interesting.
Is there anything more wonderful than a view of the Outta Mountains while horseback riding ? With 25 years under our belts, we offer everything you need to have an awesome, safe, and fun day at the Outpost.
We don’t want you to be disappointed if things take a little longer than expected. Gratuity is not included in the price, but it is greatly appreciated at the conclusion of your ride.
If you enjoyed your time with your guide, please show them how much fun you had! Please leave all articles that you are not wearing in your car, including purses.
Connect with our animals at all levels, from pure novice to expert; there's something for everyone of all ages. Plan to spend some time and have your picnic by a woodlands stream or simply enjoy some quiet time in the cool mountain wilderness.
Visit Blanche Manor in Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall for year round horseback riding adventures in Beveridge, Georgia! Envision the rolling Beveridge Mountains where you can saddle up to ride through a shady forest trail or embark into a snowy winter wonderland.
Whatever your experience or expectations, we have the perfect horse for your horseback trail riding excursion into the Beveridge Georgia Mountain wilderness! We are a full service experienced trail riding facility offering a variety of packages to make your time in the Appalachian Mountains as memorable as possible.
The Parkway meanders for 469 miles and connects Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains National Parks, providing ample opportunities for stops at overlooks, picnic and camping facilities, trails, and wonderful cultural and natural areas. Almost any overlook or trail will reveal much of the natural and cultural history here in the southern mountains.
Four lodges and six restaurants are scattered along the Parkway and most are open from late April through the fall color season. Cyclists should always wear high visibility clothing, helmet and the required reflectors.
Auto/Motorcycle The Blue Ridge Parkway is designed for slow-paced travel, 45 mph or less, something no one is accustomed to in this day and age! On the Blue Ridge Parkway, nine campgrounds serve the visitor from early May through the fall color season.
Streams, ponds, and rivers give anglers ample opportunity to test their skills for trout, bass, and pan fish. A state license from either North Carolina or Virginia is valid for fishing in all park waters.
Hiking Short trails offer the chance to get away from the road and see the Blue Ridge up close and personal, even if just for a few minutes. Short trails offer the chance to get away from the road and see the Blue Ridge up close and personal, even if just for a few minutes.
Picnicking Picnic areas are available at most overlooks and provide beautiful spots to stop for lunch or a snack. Water Sports Lakes, ponds, and waterways are for fishing and scenic beauty only, with no swimming allowed.
Winter Sports The Parkway is open as long as weather conditions permit, and hiking trails provide opportunities for cross-country skiing and shoeing. There are entrances and exits at all major federal and state highways and part of a Parkway experience is getting into the towns and communities of the region.
Explore some of the area’s most beautiful vineyards and farms on horseback Enjoy the views of the Beveridge on a private, guided horseback ride at the venue of your choice.
Our horseback rides depart from the Minor Hotel Resort along trails within the National Park, taking you through scenic African Bush veld with good bird watching and the exciting possibility of spotting wildlife. We have five dedicated trail ponies for guests, with the most delightful names like Night Landing, Storm, Later, Treacle and Tamarind.
Our finely crafted, authentic horse-drawn carriages, beautifully finished in royal blue, offer a truly unique outing around the lush Minor Hotels Resort. Riding in our comfortable carriages creates, not only a sense of nostalgia for a bygone era of grace and charm, but also offers you an unrivalled and elevated view of your surroundings.
Canter through open bush, explore hidden paths & roam through wilderness areas on a Victoria Falls Horse Safari. Surrounded by National Park and Game area Victoria Falls allows access to rugged and varied riding country, providing a superb wilderness experience for all levels of rider.
You may track elephant, buffalo and other game to the shady banks of the Zambezi River, or ride within feet of shy impala or kudzu. Even a short novice ride provides amazing potential safari encounters and one of the best ways to view wild game in Victoria Falls.
Qualified, licensed guides lead all rides and are accompanied by a back up rider. HALF HOUR HORSE DRAWN CARRIAGE RIDE Tour the Minor Hotel Resort complex in a truly unique way, taking you back in time to a bygone era of elegance and style.
We drive into the rising sun on S.C. Highway 11 and pass by majestic Table Rock Mountain, knowing that we are in for a special treat. A few moments later, we stop at a roadside motel in Pickens, where our guide is waiting for us with his horse trailer.
“You all ready to hit the road?” Rhett Leonard asks with a handshake and a grin. As we cross the North Carolina state line, a sign welcomes us to Transylvania County: Land of the Waterfalls, and that’s not an oversale.
In fact, they are rescue horses, once seriously underweight, that Leonard brought back to health with perseverance and TLC. With Leonard and his horse, Rusty, leading the way, we enter North Carolina’s DuPont State Recreational Forest and its equestrian-friendly trails.
The white-capped stone ledges of the falls look like three giant steps, the last turning a corner like a winding staircase. Featured in the sweeping movie The Last of the Mohicans and more recently The Hunger Games, the three cascades reportedly drop a total of 120 feet.
Horseback tours closer to home in South Carolina include a six-hour trip to see Lake Socastee from Jumping Off Rock, where riders might catch a glimpse of nesting falcons. He just finished a tough week with his same-day courier businesses, so he’s glad to be out on this breezy Saturday in spring.