Bryce Canyon National Park Horseback Riding

Looking for an exciting way to view Bryce Canyon? How about from the back of a horse?

In spring, summer and fall, Canyon Trail Rides wranglers lead 2-hour and 4-hour horse and mule rides into Bryce Amphitheater along a dedicated horse trail and the Peekaboo Loop Trail.

For information, visit their web site at

www.canyonrides.com .

For reservations, write or call:

Canyon Trail Rides, P.O. Box 128, Tropic, UT 84776, 435/679-8665 or 435/834-5500.

$3599.99
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