Horseback Riding to Return to Running Y Ranch Resort for Third Year

Saddle up and let your spirit run free!

Running Y Ranch Resort is excited to bring back horseback riding for the third year. Saddle up and enjoy a horseback riding adventure that departs right from the resort grounds and will be offered June 1 st through the end of September.

Trail guide, Bonnie McElrath

All trail rides will be led by the finest guides in Southern Oregon and are catered toward both novices and seasoned riders. Regardless of experience level, riders will truly experience a life-changing journey. The forested wilderness area surrounding the resort is the perfect setting for riding. The trail goes amongst Ponderosa Pines and Juniper trees and offers a front-row view of Klamath Lake and spectacular views of the Skillet Handle – an area renowned for birding. Depending on the day, riders may see red-winged blackbirds, egrets, grebes, and bald eagles.

One hour rides leave at 10 am, 1 pm, and 4 pm and are $95 per person. Riders age six and up are welcome, and helmets are provided for all. It is recommended that riders wear long pants and boots or sneakers. Advanced reservations are required.

Those interested in reserving a riding time or have questions about the ride may call Bonnie McElrath at

About Running Y Ranch Resort:

Situated in the heart of the breathtaking Cascade Mountain Range, Running Y Ranch is a full-service resort
located just across the California border. Fresh mountain air, clear star-studded night skies, and beautiful
landscapes make Running Y Ranch Resort the perfect place to relax and recharge offering the finest lodging
available in Southern Oregon. The resort is home to the only Arnold Palmer designed golf course in
Oregon. Golf Digest consistently rates it a Top 100 US Public Course, Top 15 in Oregon and Top 5 in the
The United States for Women.

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