Mountain Pass Ranch Horse Rentals

Mountain Pass Ranch Horse Rentals

Article by Teresa Dunn

We Provide Horse Rentals for horseback riding adventure vacations in the mountains. We have experienced trail horses for your journey. Whether you choose to ride The Pacific Crest Trail, The Blue Mountain Heritage Trail or any other trail in the state of Oregon, we can provide you with the horses that you will need for your horseback riding adventures. Mountain Pass Ranch horses are versatile and skilled in many areas for wilderness and back country travel. No matter what the occasion, we are happy to serve you with great trail horses for basic trail riding, big game hunting or weekly camping. Begin your journey with Mountain Pass Ranch horses!

It is our pleasure to provide you with good trail horses for your Oregon adventures. We deliver to any location that is compatible with a loaded six horse trailer. This is a great service for those who are familiar with horses. Not recommended for novists.

Wranglers are available to care for the horses throughout your journey. This is a great option for those who do not know much about horses. Wranglers are available at an additional cost.Horses are available on a first come first serve basis by calling our reservation line. Feel free to contact our headquarters for reservations and information

You may find equestrian trails by visiting The Oregon Trail Network link above or you may choose to purchase a trail map from a local forest service district or hardware store near you. Feel free to contact us with any questions that you may have.

You may find campgrounds for camping with horses by visiting our camping info link or you may contact a local forest service district for more information.

Hourly rates are available in our local areas. We provide daily and weekly rates as well. Feel free to contact us with any questions that you may have.

Mountain Pass Ranch Horse Rentals will deliver horses right to your front door. No matter how remote your location is, we provide trail horse rentals as well as pickup and delivery. This service is weather permitting only. If you end up in a situation where snow has accumulated to the degree where our drivers are unable to reach you, then you will be required to meet the driver with the horses at the nearest paved county road. This policy is in place to protect our horses and our drivers. If you choose to transport the horses in this type of weather, you will be required to have approved equipment and traction traction devices to transport the horses safely.

It is our pleasure to transport the horses to you. We will pick up and deliver the horses to any location that is compatible with a loaded six horse trailer. This is a great service for campers and hunters alike.

We do not claim to be outfitters. We leave the outfitting to professionals, however wranglers are available to care for the horses throughout your journey. This is a great option for those who do not know much about horses. Wranglers are available at an additional cost. You will be responsible for packing your supplies and cinching your saddles.

Mountain Pass Ranch will deliver up to ten horses at any time. If you will be needing more horses then this, we have back up drivers for our larger deliveries.

Mountain Pass Ranch Horse Rental provides canvas panniers for your convenience. These bags fit right over the saddle and are very easy to use. They are versatile for camping supplies or big game retrievals. Furthermore if you are packing in to a remote location of Oregon, you will need to locate feed and water sources before you go. The water source issue will apply to day riders as well as weekly rentals. If you will be packing feed for the horses, a weed free feed will be required or you may contact the forest service to determine whether or not there is sufficient forage on the forest floor to maintain the livestock throughout your journey!

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