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Horseback Trail Ride along the Verde River


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Half Day – Sunday, April 14 AND Tuesday, April 16

Horseback Trail Ride Along the Verde River
Date: Sunday, April 14 AND Tuesday, April 16
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation
Cost: $89

photo of horses crossing shallow river

On the Trail in McDowell Mountain Regional Park


Ride down on horseback to and across the scenic Verde River for about 90 minutes. Explore the beauty of the Verde River, and take in panoramic views of the Sonoran Desert’s flora and fauna. Return to the Fort McDowell Dinner complex for a presentation on Yavapai Heritage presented by a member of the Yavapai Nation for 90 minutes. Wrap up your ride with a cocktail reception including rides on the famous Tequila Bus.

Difficulty Level

This ride is suitable for beginners.


Staff of the Fort McDowell Adventures

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