Horseback Riding Baja - Saddling, Equestrian Tours, and Pack Trips in Baja California, Mexico

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GRAB YOUR SOMBRERO and join us for a glimpse of traditional ranch life little changed since early Spanish settlement!  Let experienced guides take you into the spectacular mountains of OLD CALIFORNIA. Riding through colorful cactus garden valleys and into lush palm springs you’ll meet some of the wonderful local folks of the remote ranches of Baja.

Visit the renowned World Heritage Rock Art sites and famous roadless ranches, near the village of San Ignacio in the heart of the peninsula.

Since 1988 we’ve been running great trips for small groups in the outback desert - unique journeys into the heart of the sierra and its historical ranch culture. For nearly 300 years the only way to travel these mountains had been on horseback. It’s still the best!

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General Itineraries and trip descriptions: (Scroll down the page for Trip Dates)

· Travel to the Trailhead 2019/20

· General Information (travel, equipment, physical requirements, meals, etc. )

Please be sure to read the General information above. Click on the Itineraries below for route details.

ITINERARIES - In the area of San Ignacio and the World Heritage Rock Art canyons. 6 hours north of Loreto.

· Painted Caves of Baja

· Canyon Rock Art Pack Trip

· San Gregorio Ranch and Art


ITINERARIES - In the mountains just west of Loreto,about an hour into the Sierra de la Giganta.

. Sierra Giganta Traditional Ranches

. Ranch Gardens

· San Javier and Ranches


· Private Group Tours and Rates - general info to set up a private trip

· Sierra San Francisco - Do-it-yourself Rock Art - In Santa Teresa Canyon / San Ignacio area.

· Favorite Menus of Guides and Guests


A Day in the life of a mule pack trip - Sierra Giganta Traditional Ranches route

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We hope you enjoy the gallery photos; credits to guides, friends and Richard Jackson of and owner of Las Cabañas de Loreto.

Read Trudi's Painted Caves of Baja journal!

Read Graham's Adventures Saddling South and Mule Packing in Baja by Thalia Zepatos for two wonderful accounts of our pack trips!


Saddling Trip Dates - For those of you returning to our web site, Welcome Back! Please note that as of 2018 all itineraries will list only Riding Days. We will no longer offer a Full-Package itinerary. There will soon be several pages posted with very helpful information on how to travel to a trail-head, a DIY list of possibilities, and also names of other companies offering fully catered tours if you prefer.

Meals - This coming season we will provide you with a great breakfasts and dinners prepared by our staff. For Lunches it will be BYO.

Pricing - Because we are asking folks to take the reins to get themselves to the trailheads and no longer including hotels or ground transportation we are charging for just the actual trail days.

Hope to see you soon on a Baja trail !

Please Click on the Dark Blue Links Above the Video Clip for Trip Descriptions / Itineraries.

Saddling South Dates:

2019October 21 - 255 days$945Canyon Rock Art
 December 7 - 1610 days$1,800Painted Caves of Baja
 December 7 - 115 days$945Canyon Rock Art
2020January 1 - 55 days$945Canyon Rock Art
 January 1 - 11 days$0CONTACT US for CUSTOM TOURS
 February 5 - 117 days$1,295Parral Canyon / Serpiente-full/closed
 March 1 - 88 days$2,850CRAF Serpiente - all inclusive
 March 10 - 145 days$900San Javier to Comondu - 5 day
 March 12 - 198 days$2,850CRAF Sta. Teresa - all inclusive
 March 17 - 248 days$1,350Comondu to San Javier-La Recua Route
 March 22 - 298 days$2,850CRAF - San Gregorio - all inclusive
 April 2 - 32 days$360San Javier area w/ overnight in village

Summer months - contact us for private tours.

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