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Trail Rides at Erik's Ranch

Trail Rides at Erik's Ranch - Livingston, Montana

Duration: Flexible
Location: Livingston, Montana

From USD
$55.00

Erik's Ranch proudly offers trail rides in Paradise Valley, Montana! Saddle up for an exciting trail ride guided by the animal-loving members of Erik's Ranch & Retreats.

See for yourself why iconic movies such as "A River Runs Through It" and "Horse Whisperer" were filmed here. Our gentle therapy horses will lead the way up switchbacks while your guides will impart stories and folktales of this beautiful geographic area. In the heart of the Absaroka Mountains, choose between a 1-hour ride on the Erik's Ranch property, or a 2.5-hour ride ascending Antelope Butte ... More info ›

Erik's Ranch proudly offers trail rides in Paradise Valley, Montana! Saddle up for an exciting trail ride guided by the animal-loving members of Erik's Ranch & Retreats.

See for yourself why iconic movies such as "A River Runs Through It" and "Horse Whisperer" were filmed here. Our gentle therapy horses will lead the way up switchbacks while your guides will impart stories and folktales of this beautiful geographic area. In the heart of the Absaroka Mountains, choose between a 1-hour ride on the Erik's Ranch property, or a 2.5-hour ride ascending Antelope Butte. Book your tour today for an unforgettable Western experience!

All trail rides begin and conclude at Erik's Ranch: 273 Trail Creek Road, Livingston, MT. You may leave your car on the property during this time. Dress in long pants, such as jeans, and wear shoes with a heel.  250 lbs. weight limit. Ages 8+

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Antelope Butte Hike

Antelope Butte Hike - Livingston, Montana

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Livingston, Montana

From USD
$25.00

See for yourself why iconic movies such as “A River Runs Through It” and “The Horse Whisperer” were filmed in Paradise Valley. Ascend switchbacks on Antelope Butte – formed of volcanic rock 60 million years ago and once home to the Crow Native Americans – where you will be greeted to a statuesque, snow-capped view of Emigrant Peak towering in the distance ... More info ›

See for yourself why iconic movies such as “A River Runs Through It” and “The Horse Whisperer” were filmed in Paradise Valley. Ascend switchbacks on Antelope Butte – formed of volcanic rock 60 million years ago and once home to the Crow Native Americans – where you will be greeted to a statuesque, snow-capped view of Emigrant Peak towering in the distance. At the summit, you will also see a cairn standing in reverence – an homage to the Crow Native Americans’ presence on the Butte dating back to the 1880s. Be sure to bring your binoculars – and camera! – as you may have the unique opportunity to view some of Montana’s natural inhabitants including Mule deer, Golden Eagles, fox, elk and more!

The hike up Antelope Butte lasts approximately two hours. Our tour guides are members of Erik's Ranch, and are young adults on the autism spectrum. Your guides have a passion for the outdoors, animals, and wildlife, and will entertain you with facts about the Ranch and the surrounding area.

We ask that you meet at the Lodge 15 minutes prior to the start of the hike so that you can be given safety instructions. You will be walking through brush, and as you ascend the Butte, the incline can be challenging. Please wear long pants, and bring a water bottle, as well as your sense of adventure!

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