I started this ride in the 90's , laid out the trails and managed the ride for 6 years. So I'm a little bias. But it is one of the most beautiful places to ride a horse. The folks who have been running it for the past 10 years, Have done a great job and got the management of the ride down to a science.
I realize it's a long way from the OP who asked about rides. But every year we riders show up from that far away. I've seen license plate on trucks from Georgia, NC, NJ as I walk thru the camp.
Anyway, Their website has lots of photos of the area. Anybody needing a horsey fix during the winter can probably find it by scrolling thru the pictures. Strawberry Fields Endurance Ride, June 17, 18, 19, 2011
The very first year I put this ride, The winner of the ride took 7.5 hours to complete the 50. Many folks were hard pressed to beat the 12 hour max time. The vet judge cdame to me and asked, " How many miles is this trail?" I replied that I had been very careful to make sure it was exactly 50 miles long. I continued that I had read the rules and that a Sanctioned ride needed to be 50 miles right?
The vet replied " This country is too rough, the trails have too much elevation change, you are riding at 10,000 foot elevation, You need to make this ride 40 miles long and tell folks it is 50" It turns out the original trails I had laid out had over 16,000 foot of verticle elevation change in the 50 miles. In subsequent years we modified the trails so there is not so much climbing and the riders can complete the ride in more normal time for an endurance race..
To me I just figured endurance riders could handle it. This was where I rode all the time and the trails were just what I considered a good days ride.