Country Ride (7 or 10 days)
National Park Lodge Ride (4, 5 or 6 days)
Hills Working Ranch and Round Ups (7 days)
River Valley Ranch (8 days)
Horseback riding vacations in Alberta and Saskatchewan
From the moment of arrival Albertas
grandeur and beauty are obvious. Rolling foothills, intimidating
mountains and prehistoric hoodoos are a few of Albertas more
distinct natural landmarks.
Horse riding holidays in Alberta are many and varied. In Banff you
can enjoy horse riding in the Canadian Rockies and Banff National
Park on our Banff Tenting Ride and Banff Lodge Ride. Explore the
Kananaskis area on our Continental Divide Ride. In Southern Alberta
experience some true ranch style hospitality on our High Plains
Drifter Ride and Porcupine Hills Cow Camp. And finally, near Calgary
(home of the world famous stampede) enjoy a ranch style holiday
on our Southern Alberta Ranch ride.
Most impressive are Albertas Rocky Mountains and Kananaskis
Country, which facilitate the world famous resort towns of Banff,
Jasper, Canmore, Kananaskis, Lake Louise and Waterton. Dinosaur
hunters flock to Drumheller, home of the acclaimed Royal Tyrrell
Museum of Paleontology, where the desert topography yields countless
fossils and prehistoric discoveries.
Albertas rural heritage can be further explored with a visit
to the vast farmlands of Albertas Heartland, Southern Alberta
and Northern Alberta. Calgary, home of the globally recognized Calgary
Stampede is best known for its warm hospitality and close proximity
to the Rockies.
Some of the most enduring images of Saskatchewan are endless
fields of golden wheat waving in a gentle breeze, stoic grain elevators
and modest, welcoming communities where the pace of life leaves
time for living. Even though times change and people come and go,
one true thing endures: the Saskatchewan prairie way of life.
Saskatchewans people are its heart and soul warm, friendly
and deeply connected to the land. Join Equitour on a real working
ranch getaway with breathtaking sunsets. Our River Valley Ranch
is located close to Lake Diefenbaker, and is a unique opportunity
to partake in day to day life on a real Saskatchewan ranch. Here
you can live the cowboy dream, riding and roping, and spending evenings
around the campfire under a prairie sky.