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Tips for the Trail

Every summer, The Horse Ranch takes people from around the world back into the mountains on a learning/adventure holiday called High and Wild.  We start from the ranch, drive 200 miles north on the Alaska Highway to a grassy airstrip where we board a bush plane and fly 80 miles from the nearest road to our host lodge.  We are away from cell phones and computers and get to spend up to 3 weeks getting back to nature, spending time with horses and great people immersed in amazing scenery.  We spend time in the hot tub, enjoy hiking, great meals, work with horses at the lodge and get out for some beautiful rides.

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The Learning is All Around, High & Wild A Journey of Self-Discovery!

The annual High and Wild Horsemanship Educational Adventure has been a big part of The Horse Ranch over the past 16 years.  It started with Glenn and his first trip to these mountains when he was only 17 years old.  If you get to know him, you will find out that his trips to these mountains have changed his life and his horsemanship in many different ways. 

High and Wild Horsemanship Educational Adventure

High and Wild is the name of the trip that The Horse Ranch opens to its students at the end of summer each year.  It’s called that because it’s a horsemanship adventure high in the mountains and in the backcountry 80 miles from the nearest road, getting there is part of the adventure.  The horses we use are mostly born and raised back in the mountains.  They run wild until we round them up in the spring and bring them in to halter break and begin the process of turning them into safe saddle and pack horses. 

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