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
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
Saddling Trip Dates - For those of you returning to our web site, Welcome Back! Please note that as of 2017 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 camp dinner prepared by our staff. For Breakfast and Lunches it will be BYOB&L. Click on the page of B&L ideas at the bottom of the Itineraries list.
Pricing - Because we are asking folks to take the reins to get themselves to the trailheads and no longer including hotels or ground transportation (unless it's on a mule), and the staff will just be preparing hot drinks in the morning and a hot meal at night, our pricing will reflect the changes. The cowboy guides in the mountains have received a well-deserved raise in pay, so it will balance out to be a similar daily cost as our tried-and-true Local's Special rate offered in the past.
New Iineraries - Please note a new format for listing of some of the trips. By combining the Canyon Rock Art route with the Painted Caves, we offer the option to go for just 5 days into Canyon Santa Teresa, or to continue on and ride/hike to Rancho San Gregorio as well adding 5 to 6 more archeological sites, and 3 more ranch visits to the route. You'll be a seasoned Baja rider if you choose the longer trail time. We do have a couple of layover days during the 9 day route.
Hope to see you soon on a Baja trail !
Please Click on the Dark Blue Links Above the Video Clip for Trip Descriptions / Itineraries.