One Week of Row and Ride

5.0 (1)
7 days 6 nights
USA
Difficulty
Easy
Comfort
Basic
Weight limit
90 kg / 198 lb

Immerse in the awe-inspiring landscapes of the American West on this unforgettable adventure! First, you will embark on a four-day, three-night float trip down the Snake River, where you will glide through the deepest gorge in North America. Imagine yourself drifting through breathtaking canyons, surrounded by towering basalt cliffs and vibrant greenery, while enjoying the tranquility of the river.

Then, after your leisurely float, you will trade your raft for a horse and head into the rugged Wallowa Mountains. Spend three days and nights exploring these majestic peaks, galloping through wildflower meadows, discovering hidden waterfalls, and soaking in the breathtaking scenery that surrounds you. 

This is a trip that will leave you breathless and craving for more!

from US$ 2 100
per tourist for 7 days
Departing from
Oregon, Multnomah County, Portland International Airport
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Number of individuals
Only in the Horse Tours Club
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Photo SHIRLEY C.
SHIRLEY C. is the provider and guide of this trip
The provider speaks: English
Barry and I train and give Horsemanship Clinics so we have a very high standard for the horses we use in our tours.

Tour highlights

Oregon river
Raft Down the Snake River
Glide through the deepest gorge in North America and drift through breathtaking canyons, surrounded by towering basalt cliffs and vibrant greenery
Oregon mountains
Reach the Wallowa Mountains
Spend three days and nights exploring these majestic peaks, galloping through wildflower meadows and soaking in the breathtaking scenery
Oregon landscapes
Discover Picturesque Landscapes
Tranquil streams, crystal clear lakes, dense forests and breathtaking views- immerse into the beauty of local nature

Route details

Day 1
Start Your Journey

After a hearty breakfast pack at Forest Service managed trailheads and head towards the Snake River. Once reaching a destination, listen to the instructions and get on rafts. And here the adventure begins!

In the evening get back to the camp, where tents with cots will be provided for you to have a good sleep and get ready for the next day. 

Oregon landscape
Riding raft
Day 2
Get Back on Track
Day 3
Keep Paddling
Day 4
Last Day of Floating
Day 5
Now Saddle Up
Day 6
Keep Riding
Day 7
Final Day
Difficulty
Easy
Tour provider's comments

The trip can be tailored for all abilities (beginners/ intermediate riders/ experienced riders). The only limiting factor is age and physical condition. 

Horse Breed: Lusitono, Spanish Mustang and Morgan horses

Tack Type: Western 

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Accommodation

Comfort
Basic

Accommodation during the trip includes tents with cots and cook. 

We also provide:

  • meals;
  • food and cook;
  • wall tent (cook tent);
  • wood stove; 
  • propane cook stove/ propane;
  • dome tents (min of 2/ tent);
  • lantern;
  • tables; 
  • camp chairs;
  • saw and axe. 

Tickets to group meeting place

Group meeting place
Oregon, Multnomah County, Portland International Airport
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Weather conditions along the route
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  • the statistics from previous years’ trips
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Tour conditions

Included

  • 7 riding days;
  • 6 nights accommodation (tents with cots);
  • meals;
  • food and cook;
  • professional guides;
  • well-trained horses (horses stay at camp for day ride use);
  • wrangler;
  • tack; 
  • wall tent (cook tent);
  • wood stove; 
  • propane cook stove/ propane;
  • dome tents (min of 2/ tent);
  • lantern;
  • tables; 
  • camp chairs;
  • saw and axe. 

Extras

  • international flights to and from the US; 
  • transfer to and from airport; 
  • travel insurance (we encourage clients to obtain relevant travel insurance before visiting the US); 
  • tips, personal expenses and gratuities;
  • lodging pre and post trip; 
  • sleeping bags; 
  • pads;
  • personal items.

Group size

up to 7 tourists

Duration

7 days
6 nights

It's important to know

Personal equipment you need for the tour

Suggested pack list:

 

CLOTHING:

- 1 pair of pants or jeans;

- 1 pair of shorts and or swimsuit;

- 1 heavy coat;

- 1 pair hiking boots, well broke- in;

- 1 pair camp shoes (loafers or sneakers);

- 3-4 T-shirts;

- 6 pair of socks;

- 1 pair gloves;

- rain gear;

- cap or hat;

- long underwear.  

 

TOILETRIES:

- hand soap, shampoo;

- toothbrush, toothpaste;

- toilet paper/ wet wipes;

- prescription medications;

- small first aid kit;

- sunscreen. 

 

OTHER:

- sleeping bag;

- pillow;

- pad;

- camera;

- water bottle;

- binoculars for wildlife viewing;

- day pack;

- headlamp or flashlight;

- mosquito repellant. 

 

HOW TO PACK: 

All gear is packed in on mules or horses and we appreciate it if you make an effort to pack light. Suggested weight allowed for each camper is 27 kg. This helps us plan how many pack animals to bring for each trip. If you are bringing more than 27 kg per person we will have to bring extra pack animals and there may be an additional charge.

We limit loads for our pack animals to 54 kg or 27 kg/side. If you have a lot of gear, we suggest you consider packing your loose items in Rubbermaid 14 or 18 gallon totes. Totes are weatherproof, flexible enough to tie on a pack animal easily and are good in your camp to use for tables and to set things on.

Soft items should be in duffle bags. 

You might consider a small backpack for lunch and water. We also suggest you tie an extra coat and rain gear on the back of your saddle.

Plan to meet us at the Two Pan trailhead at 10 a.m. unless other arrangements have been made. The Base Camp is approximately a 3 ½ hour ride from the trail head.

There is a spring near the camp but you may consider bringing a filtering device.

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Tour reviews

5.0
Based on 1 review
  • BA
    Brian and David
    28 Jun, 2023
    about tour
    Thank you once again for a great time. It is a pleasure to know both of you. I can’t say enough about the quality of service you both provide. Safety is very important when your child is involved, and we constantly feel safe with you. Your ability to connect with your clients is amazing. David and I feel like family with both of you. Thank you for your friendship above all else. We will continue to recommend you to everybody. Thank you for a wonderful adventure.
    28 Jun, 2023

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