Horse Trails: The Traveler's Guide to Great Riding Getaways (Coast to Coast)
Publish Date: 2006-09-01
Author: Vicki Hogue-Davies
Discover the greatest riding venues in America, from the breathtaking wilderness trails of Alaska to the lush lakeside bridle paths of Minnesota. Whether you're a seasoned trail rider or a beginner looking to get started, Horse Trails reveals the most interesting and appealing riding venues in the United States. Each area's trails are rated by difficulty, so you'll be able to tell at a glance if you want to saddle up or move along. You'll also learn the inside scoop on the best places to stable your horse and yourself, where to eat, and what sites to visit after a day on the trails. After your ride, you can lunch with a NASA astronaut at the Kennedy Space Centre, run with the wild horses of Assateague Island, explore the vast underground caverns in Mammoth Cave National Park, visit a nearby museum, or find the area's most interesting shops.