Painted horse has the best riding of anyone in North America. I beleive Kevin is in the same state but he never talks or posts pictures about the mountains.
I too would love to live where Painted horse lives and ride in his mountains but it is too far from my family, my work so I guess I am stuck here in Ontario
I am sure Australia can rival the landscape and I would love to see Wild Spot post more pictures?
Went back down today and rode the same area. Snow is all gone now. In fact, it got downright warm. Sunburned my face and arms.
We rode up Chute Canyon across the back of the San Rafael Reef and down Wild Horse. The GPS said it was 22 miles. But I know we lost the signal a few times in the canyons.
This is Chute Canyon
Here we are coming through Wild Horse. It's pretty hard not to bang your knees if you stay on your horse, so we got off and led them.
Gives you an idea of how Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch evaded the law in the old days. It's not a really dangerous trail, But it is pretty technical. Your horse needs to trust you when you ask it to cross obsticles.
Great pictures painted horse. Your riding is so much different than what we have here in New Hampshire, water everywhere (and shoe sucking mud). You can be 1/8 mile away from a house and not see or hear anything from it because of the dense woods and undergrowth. Sure would love to ride out your way sometime.
What do you use for your horses feet when riding in that rocky terrain? Shoes, shoes with borium, or barefoot?