Mounted police opt for equine transportation so that they don’t have to deal with the squad car’s wailing thirst for gas and justice. Harness real horsepower with today’s Groupon to Cowboy Way Adventures in Wickenburg. Choose from the following options:
- For $32, you get a two-hour guided horseback trail ride for one (a $65 value).
- For $42, you get a three-hour guided horseback trail ride for one (an $85 value).
- For $59, you get a two-hour guided horseback trail ride for two (a $130 value).
- For $77, you get a three-hour guided horseback trail ride for two (a $170 value).<p>
The veteran wranglers who lead Cowboy Way Adventures’ horseback trail rides play matchmaker between human and equine before setting out on excursions through the wilds of the Arizona countryside. Perched on a steed that moonlights as a cattle horse and occasional lounge singer, riders spend the afternoon weaving through scenic terrain specially suited to personal skill level. The varied topography of the area takes parties through panoramic desert scenes, while others trot alongside rocky cliffs and through sandy washes. Wranglers ensure a comfortable yet exciting journey that allows beginners to saunter along while advanced equestrians gallop up hills and naturally occurring escalators.
Cowboy Way Adventures
Cowboy Way Adventures’ veteran wranglers traverse this vast landscape and know the wilds of Arizona almost as well as they know the muscular steeds they captain. To introduce others to the untamed beauty of the Arizona countryside, they match riders with compatible horses and lead guided trail rides.
After pairing each guest with a steed that moonlights as a cattle horse and occasional lounge singer, the wranglers take parties through the pine-filled Prescott mountains, trotting alongside rocky cliffs and through the Verde River. Riders wander down Sonoran Desert trails, past saguaro cacti and sandy washes that lick the bases of soaring cliffs.
Wranglers ensure a comfortable yet exciting journey that allows beginners to saunter along and advanced equestrians to gallop up hills and naturally occurring escalators.