Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding


Experience the majesty of the Sierra the way cowboys and explorers have for generations - on horseback!  One of the easiest ways to enjoy the backcountry trails in the Mammoth Lakes area, horseback riding is a great way to get off the beaten path, discover the natural, untouched beauty of the mountains and even see wildlife.   Options abound - local pack outfitters offer experiences ranging from hour-long trail rides to multi-day expeditions to remote backcountry lakes and peaks.  Whether you choose a short jaunt or an overnighter, you'll have your own horse and feel what it's like to be a cowboy, whether you don Wranglers, western boots and a Stetson or not! Saddle up and see the best of the Sierra.

For reservations please contact 800-MAMMOTH!


Reds Meadow Horseback Rides are now closed for the 2013 summer season. Thank you to everyone who made it out and we hope to see you next summer!


Reds Meadow Pack Station Rides

Visit iconic locations in the Reds Meadow area like Rainbow Falls, Minaret Falls, the Red Cones and more while on a horseback ride with Red's Meadow Pack Station.  Located behind the shoulder of Mammoth Mountain and accessible from the Adventure Center by a mandatory shuttle ride, the Red's Meadow Pack Station offers 2 hour, half day and full day rides daily.


Pricing*Ride DepartsAll Ages
2 Hour Ride 10am & 2pm $60
Half Day Ride 8am & 1pm $90
Full Day Ride 8am $125


*Prices do not include mandatory shuttle ride from Adventure Center to Red's Meadow Pack Station.  Guests are responsible for arriving at the Pack Station at least 30 minutes before scheduled ride time.  Please plan on leaving the Adventure Center 1 hour before your ride. Lunch is not provided. There are no refunds or exchanges for horseback rides.

For more information please visit the Red's Meadow Pack Station Website or contact 800-MAMMOTH (800-626-6684)


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