The Heart and Soul of our Operation are our Wilderness Central Oregon Horse Riding Adventures

 

Wilderness Horse Adventures offers everything from a 2 hour scenic rides to a 4 day private custom Central Oregon horse riding adventure.  Explore the designated equestrian trails in the High Lakes of Central Oregon.  Ride the infamous Metolius-Windigo trail, Todd Lake trails and Quinn Meadows Trails.

Wilderness Horse Adventures can  customize an experience for you during the summer months May- November in the Central Oregon area.

If you are interested in Cowgirl Camps we have some wonderful Central Oregon horse riding adventures for women this summer.

 

 

 

Of course safety is our priority and we want to find the best horse experience for you. We like our adventures to be personal so we talk to every rider that wants to explore with us.

Central Oregon Horse Riding

We Invite you to ride with us

503 360 3130

 

 

From Kim Correls book.

 

 

Central Oregon is on the east side of the Cascade Mountains, in the transition zone between the rainy west and the dry east. The riding here is amazing. We have more than 1,000 miles of horse trails, plus 14 horse camps within a 1.5-hour drive. The terrain is gentle, the forests and mountains are beautiful, and the weather is sunny. Understandably, Central Oregon is a popular vacation spot for equestrians from all over the Northwest.

One of the most interesting trails here in Central Oregon is the Metolius-Windigo Trail, which runs 150 miles from the Metolius Basin to Windigo Pass. Built for equestrians as a lower-elevation alternative to the Pacific Crest Trail, the Metolius-Windigo Trail is also popular with hikers and mountain bikers. The trail runs on a combination of single-track trails and dirt forest roads, and the entire distance is signed with yellow diamond trail markers on the trees. At both ends the Metolius-Windigo connects with the Pacific Crest Trail.

 

The Metolius-Windigo runs along the eastern foothills of the Cascade Range, through forests of ponderosa pine, fir, and hemlock. Elevation gains and losses are gradual, the trail tread isn’t rocky, and the occasional views of the nearby volcanic peaks are breathtaking. And did I mention the always-sunny weather?