Going on a trail ride lets you feel like an old-fashioned cowboy, just like wearing a ten-gallon hat or eating sand from a boot. Ride into the sunset with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $59 for a 90-minute horseback trail ride with instruction for one, valid Monday–Friday (a $130 value)
- $59 for a 90-minute horseback trail ride with instruction for one, valid Saturday–Sunday (a $130 value)
- $115 for a 90-minute horseback trail ride with instruction for two, valid Monday–Friday (a $260 value)
- $115 for a 90-minute horseback trail ride with instruction for two, valid Saturday–Sunday (a $260 value)<p>
The undulating peaks and vistas of the Malibu Hills serve as the backdrop for each of Connemara Ranch’s trail rides. Up to eight riders meander along the verdant trails, learning basic riding and horsemanship techniques from skilled instructors as they take in sweeping views of the nearby Pacific.
Connemara Ranch, featured by the New York Times, is perched amid breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and the Malibu countryside, beckoning visitors to its pristine grounds for both the expected—trail rides and lessons—and the unexpected—equine-therapy sessions. Founder Talley Hutcherson taps into her extensive background in equine therapy to lead groups and individuals through programs that address trauma, addictions, and self-esteem as the clients learn about riding and bond with their horses. Talley harnesses the gentle nature of horses to build confidence and communication skills in her students, encouraging participants to commune with their equine companions through learned horsemanship techniques.
Beyond connecting with her community, her ranch has been graced by the likes of celebrities including Brad Pitt, Billy Crystal, Cindy Crawford, and Mr. Ed’s great-great-grandson.
100% of 14 customers recommend
“Leave plenty of time to get there. Had a great time Tally was incredibly helpful and took us through some beautify countryside.”
“Highly recommended! It was a magical experience :-)”
“I would say the trail was a little boring, however the staff were great.”