Horseback Riding at the Rim
Traverse over 600 scenic acres in beautiful Wyoming. Enjoy the wildlife, and the majestic views! We offer various trail riding opportunities.
Rim station offers a variety of ride lengths to suit our guests’ riding interest and schedules. Daily ride times vary. Our horses are saddled specifically for their reserved rider and rotated daily to insure a happy, healthy mount.
All rides are guided.
Please review our Rider Requirements first, and please note weight restrictions/limits.
Riders must be at least 8 years old and under 225 pounds. Riders under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Cancellation policy – 3 days prior to all rides
Questions – They may already be answered on our FAQ Section, or email TheRimStation@gmail.com Since we are often with guests and horses throughout the day, email is the best way to reach us. Please be sure to include your phone number and we will get right back to you!
Group rides, must have a minimum of 2 riders or ride can be rescheduled
1 Hour Group Ride $50.00
2 Hour Group Ride $80.00
4 Hour Group Ride with Lunch $275.00
1 Hour Private Ride $65.00
2 Hour Private Ride $95.00
4 Hour Private Ride with Lunch $300.00
Private Beginner Horse Experience - 1 Hour $100.00
Group ride – This is you and your party, and you may be joined by others.
Private ride – This is you and your party and your trail guide.
Typical rides begin at 9:00 and 1:00 pm, but we are flexible depending on your schedule.
Reservations Highly Recommended.
RESERVATION INFORMATION NEEDED
Name of contact person
Email AND Phone number
Group or private ride
Date of ride
Length of ride (1,2, or 4 hour ride)
Rider info : Name , height, weight, age and riding experience (FOR EACH RIDER)
ANY SPECIAL NOTES THAT YOU WANT US TO KNOW
CREDIT CARD - to hold the reservation (card number, expiration date, cvv code and zip code)
Children must be at least 8 years old and able to follow instructions to go on a trail ride. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
For the health of our horses, our weight limit is 225 pounds. In addition, a rider’s height/weight ratio must fall within a safe BMI range for our horses.
Riders must wear closed-toe shoes. Athletic shoes or sneakers are fine; those wearing sandals and flip-flops will not be allowed to ride.
For safety reasons, riders cannot bring backpacks, hats which could blow off the head, or wear excessively loose, floppy garments.
No-show riders, even those part of a large group, will be charged the full price of the ride.
Late arrivals may miss the ride and will be charged the full price
All rides have a three-day cancellation policy
Guests who do not meet age or weight requirements will not be permitted to ride and will be charged full price for the ride.
Alcoholic beverages are not allowed on the ride; guests who show up under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be permitted to ride and will not get a refund.
Guests who insist on wearing inappropriate, unsafe clothing (open-toe shoes, barefoot, extreme high-heels, loose floppy hats, etc.) will not be allowed to ride and will not be granted a refund.
Are we required to wear helmets?
Helmet are required for riders under 18 years old. Riders 16 years old and older can have a parent approve the denial of a helmet. We do provide helmets however you are welcome to bring a helmet (including bicycle helmets) from home as well. Riders over 18 years old are not required to wear helmets.
Is there a weight limit for the trail rides?
Yes, for the comfort and safety of our horses, there is a weight limit of 225 pounds per horse.
What do I wear to horseback ride?
Closed toe shoes
Sweatshirt or Jacket recommended depending on the weather
On cold days gloves can be nice
You are welcome to bring your own helmet (helmets are not required for riders over 18 years old, we also provide helmets)
It can be windy, please tie your hair back, or wear a baseball cap
Don’t forget to bring a camera!
What is a Group Ride?
Group rides are walking only trail rides. They are made up of your group joined by other group riders that want to enjoy the same trail.
What is a Private Ride?
Private rides are exclusive to your group with a trail guide. Private rides are good for riders that would like a more focused ride.
Do I need to book a reservation?
Yes please! We are a busy stable and reservations are highly recommended. Same day reservations are welcome. Advanced reservations are the best way for us to best take care of our guests!
Can my child ride double with a parent?
Double riding is NOT permitted at any time. Riding double is difficult and can be dangerous. Children 8 years old and older ride their own horse, a trail guide can lead the kiddo if they are not able to ride on their own. We have well behaved, kid safe, beginner safe horses and great guides!