Dry Ridge Outfitters offers Wyoming horseback rides, pack trips and drop camps on the west side of the Teton Mountains. Our sure-footed, mountain-bred horses and experienced guides will take you on a picturesque journey in the Rocky Mountain regions.
Starting atUS $55 / Night
Dry Ridge Outfitters offers Wyoming horseback ride
s, pack trips and drop camps on the west side of the Teton Mountains. Our sure-footed, mountain-bred horses and experienced guides will take you on a picturesque journey in the Rocky Mountain regions of Idaho and Wyoming. We'll ride through fields carpeted with wildflowers and tall grasses, watch the sunlight dance upon the rippling waters of clear alpine lakes, and cast our gaze at the dramatic vistas of the Teton Mountains.
In addition to our Wyoming horseback rides, we offer trail rides in the Bechler region of Yellowstone National Park and Harriman State Park, an 11,000 acre wildlife refuge along the Henry's Fork of the Snake River. You'll be sure to enjoy a leisurely Yellowstone horseback ride. Moose, Elk and Sandhill cranes are there for the viewing as we ride through this spectacular natural setting of pristine lakes and open meadows framing a long distance view of the Grand Tetons.
Join us for your Wyoming horseback riding adventure!
TYPICAL DAYS:GUIDED BACKCOUNTRY PACKTRIP: Most days we spend riding our horses through high mountain elevations. We specialize in 3 to 7 day progressive camping trips. Experience the beauty of the wilderness areas of the Grand Tetons or Yellowstone National Park. After a full day of riding relax with a good book, a cool swim in the creek or a hike around camp. The evenings are spent visiting with friends and relaxing around the campfire. Your meals are cooked on a open fire-dutch oven style. Memories and friendships to last a lifetime.EXTENDED DAY RIDE: As another specialty we offer extended day rides in the Teton and Yellowstone. Riding times vary ranging from 4-8 hour trips. We meet in the early mornings and trailer our horses to different trail heads throughout the range. Lunch is provided. We offer lots of variety and many different destinations.TOWNHOUSE / EXTENDED DAY RIDE PACKAGE: These packages offer a 5 night stay in a local townhouse and 4 days of extended day rides. Continental breakfast, lunch on the trail and evening meals provided. We offer this type of trip to those that love to ride but prefer the comforts of home - a warm bath and comfortable bed at night.GUIDED trail ride
: We also offer 1, 2, 3 and 4 hour guided trail rides.Experience levels are varied. We offer rides for everyone!
Age range, type of group
We offer Wyoming and Idaho horseback riding
trips for everyone. Minimum age on a pack trip is 8 years old. Minimum age on trail rides is 6 years old. We offer trail rides for families, couples, singles, children and senior citizens.
Sleeping and meals
Pack trip meals are included. Lunch is provided on the extended day trips. No foods are provided on the 1 hr. to 1/2 day trips.
Weight limit is 250#.
Dry Ridge Outfitters offers guided: 1-4 hr. Horseback trail rides; 4-8 hr. Extended Day Rides; 3-7 Day Pack Trips and 5-day Townhouse & Extended Day Packages
We offer group and/or family discounts. Please inquire.
|One hour trail ride||$40.00||per person|
|Two hour trail ride||$55.00||per person|
|Three hour trail ride||$65.00||per person|
|Four hour trail ride||$75.00||per person|
|Discount for 5 or more riders||$5.00|
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Kevin & Deb Little (View My Profile)
Kevin Little is a fifth generation native of Teton Basin with twenty five years of experience guiding Wyoming horseback rides and packing in the mountains. His grand-parents, Elmer and Lucille Little, homesteaded at Dry Ridge in 1910, and Kevin is still drawn to this part of the valley. It only made sense to name his business Dry Ridge Outfitters after his love of this land. Deb Little moved to the valley in 1990 after moving all around the country. She now feels she has finally found her home here. When she isn’t guiding trails rides and pack trips she enjoys winter hobbies such as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and working on her computer. Together they maintain their ever-growing horse herd and just enjoy being a part of this beautiful valley. In 1997, out of their mutual love for the mountains and horses, Kevin and Deb ventured beyond wrangling at a local guest ranch and started their own outfitting business. Their hobbies resolve around horses. Most days you’ll find them riding, caring for their Morgan horses or breaking and training new colts. Kevin spends a lot of time training and driving his Percheron and Shire draft horses. It’s easy to see why Kevin and Deb love their work.