Montana has the most beautiful scenery and the finest Ranches and Horse Properties

Montana Horse Property For Sale

A trip to Montana just doesn’t seem complete without a one on one interaction
with a horse. Choose a horseback riding Montana adventure, wagon ride, or
horse drawn sleigh ride for the total Montana experience. This pristine state gives visitors and residents a multitude of reasons to find adventures that unfold amongst Montana's rolling rivers, scraping peaks, and wide-open spaces where a more authentic trail ride experience exists.

All horseback riding trips are guided rides, available May through
September. It is important to make your reservations for horse back
riding in advance.


Horses in Glacier National Park

HORSEBACK RIDING… There are many, many trails
(maintained by the forest service) to follow into the
deepest parts of Glacier National Park as well as Yellowstone and other state parks.  When horseback
riding, or taking stock of any kind into the park, you must bring your own feed. Grazing is not permitted in order to keep the areas totally natural. Do remember to hang all feed, grains, pellets, etc., high in the trees away from the reach of bears. Yes, bears… They are your neighbors here and will not bother knocking when wishing to borrow whatever you may have packed into their territory to eat. Be cautious and alert to this fact. Cougars are another species that will trail you for miles if they get wind of food not properly packed and hidden from their sensitive nostrils.

People are drawn to the beauty of this area from all over the country.
When people think of Montana, most think of Yellowstone National Park. When
people think of Yellowstone National Park, most think of stunning natural
beauty. The beauty does not stop there, it is throughout the state.

Back Country Horsemen of Montana, 2167 N 4th Rd, Huntley MT 59037

There are 730 miles of hiking/riding trails in Glacier generally; the trails of Glacier National Park are open to stock (i.e., horses, mules, donkeys, llamas), as well as foot travel. There are a few trails, however, that due to their physical condition or unsuitability, are not available for stock use.  Check for maintenance schedules to determine if rock and downfall have been cleared from the trails. It is a good idea to check on the status of river crossings, especially the Middle Fork of the Flathead.

Certain conditions may cause trails to be closed to stock use. Generally, this is in the early summer, when they still have steep snow banks, before trails have dried out sufficiently, or during extended periods of wet weather. Bear activity may also result in temporary closures at any time. To be certain, check at a visitor center or ranger station.

Every type of equestrian riding interest you can imagine is available in Montana.
Our community is comprised of very large ranches, smaller acreages primarily
for personal and recreational use and the historic town of Big Timber. Since
the ownership in Sweet Grass County is a rare, positive spectrum of long-time
residents and a mix of more recent newcomers, this blend of community
contributes to our thriving, healthy spirit and supports the increasing
value of ownership.

The Continental Divide Trail (CDT) is a primitive and challenging backcountry trail on or near the Continental Divide that provides people with the opportunity to experience the unique and incredibly scenic qualities of the area. The CDT will eventually be a 3,100 mile trail, traveling from Canada to Mexico, through five western states - Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico.

The North American Trail Ride Conference is one of a number of competitive trail ride organizations in the United States.

Visit Horse Trail -- Horse Trails and Campgrounds for horse trails and campgrounds throughout North America. You can view rider's ratings of trails and camps and get local weather forecasts to help plan your trip.

For a monthly, quarterly or yearly subscription fee, Trail Source gives you access to trail information including description and topographic maps for thousands of trails worldwide.

For a collection of trails and places to camp and ride submitted by trail riders, visit Horse & Mule Trail Guide USA . This web site lists horse campgrounds, trail head's, trails, overnight places to stay and 5 day rides or trail rides that are BYOH trail rides that are open to the public. This site is for people who have their own horses and mules. There are also links to other pages that have camping and trail information listed.



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